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This course is aimed at entrepreneurs, managers, entrepreneurs, workers and anyone who intends to acquire the necessary technical and managerial knowledge for the International Master's Degree in Child and Adolescent Psychology. International Master's Degree in Coaching and in Emotional Intelligence for Children and Youth .


The modality of the Master's degree is On-Line and Tutoring

  • Once enrolled, the student will receive the access codes in less than 24 working hours.
  • Our team of teachers and tutors will contact the student within a maximum of 48 hours after enrollment to guide the student, accompany him / her at the beginning and throughout the course, and answer any questions or questions that may arise.


The duration of the course is 600 hours.


  • Original Amount: $ 1900
  • Current Amount: $ 475

* Amount expressed in US Dollars

Certification obtained

Once the studies have been completed and passed the evaluation tests, the student will receive a diploma that certifies the "International Master in Child and Adolescent Psychology International Master in Coaching and in Emotional Intelligence for Children and Young People", of ESNECA BUSINESS SCHOOL, endorsed by our condition of partners of the CECAP, AEC and AEEN, maximum Spanish institutions in training and quality. ESNECA BUSINESS SCHOOL, since November 2016, and following its commitment to quality, has been recognized with the ICEEX seal of excellence and quality of training. The diplomas, in addition, bear the stamp of European Notary, which attests to the validity, content and authenticity of the title at national and international level. The Degree can have the APOSTILLA DE LA HAYA (Official Certification that validates the Degree before the Ministry of Education of more than 200 countries around the world).

Formative Content

Part 1. Expert in Child and Adolescent Psychology

Module 1. Approach to Psychology

Didactic Unit 1. General and Evolutionary Psychology

  1. Personality
  2. Personality theories
  3. Forms of human behavior and conscience
  4. Mechanisms of defense of personality
  5. Types of temperaments

Didactic Unit 2. Psychology

  1. Introduction
  2. Psychological and clinical evaluation
  3. Therapist's skills

Didactic Unit 3. Factors of Psychological Treatments

  1. Introduction.
  2. What is a psychological treatment?
  3. Psychologist Psychiatrist
  4. Moment for the treatment and its types.
  5. Professionals who perform psychological treatments.
  6. Where to find psychological treatments
  7. Efficacy of psychological treatments.
  8. Evaluate the effectiveness of treatments.

Didactic Unit 4. Basic Psychological Notions

  1. Health concept
  2. Emotional aspects involved in the disease
  3. The motivation
  4. Frustration and conflict
  5. Mental health and psychotherapy

Module 2. Psychological Development in Childhood and Adolescence

Teaching Unit 5. Introduction to Child Psychology

  1. Brief history of Child Psychology and current status
  2. Basic concepts in Child Psychology
  3. Current concept of development
  4. The dimensions of development

Didactic Unit 6. Prenatal Development

  1. Stages of prenatal development
  2. The genetic inheritance
  3. Problems in prenatal development
  4. Problems in prenatal development

Didactic Unit 7. El Niño from 0 to 15 Months

  1. Birth
  2. Physical and psychomotor development
  3. Sensory development and perception
  4. Cognitive development
  5. Language development
  6. Psycho-social and affective development

Didactic Unit 8. The Child of 1 to 3 Years

  1. Physical and psychomotor development
  2. Cognitive development
  3. Language development
  4. Psycho-social and affective development

Didactic Unit 9. The Child of 3 to 6 Years

  1. Psychomotor development
  2. Cognitive development
  3. Language development
  4. Psycho-social and affective development

Didactic Unit 10. El Niño from 6 to 9 years

  1. Physical and motor development
  2. Cognitive development
  3. Language development
  4. Psycho-social and affective development

Didactic Unit 11. The Child of 9 to 12 Years

  1. Physical development
  2. Language development and communication
  3. Psycho-social and affective development

Teaching Unit 12. The Adolescent of 12 to 18 Years

  1. Adolescence
  2. Characteristic changes of adolescence
  3. Theories of Adolescence
  4. Adolescence as a critical period of development
  5. Cognitive development
  6. Personality development: identity search
  7. Self-concept and self-esteem in adolescence
  8. The development of personal identity

Module 3. Childhood and Adolescent Abuse

Didactic Unit 13. Child Mistreatment: Concept and Typology

  1. Definition of childhood abuse
  2. Alternative definitions
  4. Types of abuse

Didactic Unit 14. Detection and Assessment of Ill Treatment

  1. Introduction
  2. Signs to suspect abuse in the child and abandonment of children
  3. How to recognize the type of abuse through its signs
  4. Detection of child abuse in hospitals
  5. Detection of child abuse in schools
  6. Assessment of child abuse

Didactic Unit 15. Situations of Risk in Childhood

  1. Introduction
  2. Risk factor's
  3. Situations of risk in childhood

Didactic Unit 16. Consequences of Abuse

  1. Introduction
  2. Consequences of abuse from the point of view of education
  3. The impact of ill-treatment on psychosocial development
  4. Consequences of emotional abuse
  5. Long-term consequences

Teaching Unit 17. Performance Criteria

  1. What to do when a child tells us that he has been mistreated
  2. Barriers to reporting
  3. Treatments
  4. Family treatment and therapy
  5. Support and individual treatment
  6. Interventions directed to social networks
  7. Intervention of the school in the child abuse produced in the home

Module 4. Child and Adolescent Psychopathology

Didactic Unit 18. Child and Adolescent Psychology

  1. Introduction
  2. Concepts of health and disease
  3. Other related concepts
  4. Evaluation and diagnosis

Didactic Unit 19. Psychopathology for Children and Adolescents

  1. Introduction
  2. Anxiety disorders
  3. Aggressive and oppositional behavior
  4. Disorders of ingestion and eating behavior in childhood
  5. Disorders of elimination
  6. Sleep problems and disorders
  7. Motor skills disorders

Didactic Unit 20. Psychopathology for Children and Adolescents II

  1. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
  2. Learning disorders
  3. Language disorders
  4. Mental retardation
  5. Generalized developmental disorders

Didactic Unit 21. Psychological Treatment

  1. Introduction
  2. Behavioral therapy

Didactic Unit 22. Learning Disorders

  1. Introduction
  2. People with cognitive disabilities
  3. Etiology of cognitive disability
  4. Development of people with DC
  5. Down's Syndrome
  6. Intervention with people with DC
  7. The autistic spectrum
  8. Detection and diagnosis of the autistic spectrum
  9. Intellectual giftedness

Didactic Unit 23. Psychoeducational Intervention in Childhood

  1. General aspects of psychoeducational intervention
  2. Psychoeducational intervention in developmental disorders
  3. Family intervention

Didactic Unit 24. Sleep Disorders

  1. Introduction
  2. Types of sleep
  3. The great concerns of Pediatrics
  4. Sleep problems in children and adolescents
  5. Insomnia in childhood

Teaching Unit 25. Knowing how to eat

  1. Eating habits
  2. The main food errors
  3. Typical situations and how to overcome them

Teaching Unit 26. Drug Addiction in Adolescence

  1. Addictions
  2. What is a drug?
  3. Basic concepts
  4. Classification of drugs
  5. Synthetic drugs or designer drugs
  6. Psychology of drug addicts and pathologies of dependencies

Didactic Unit 27. Problems with the Control of Splinters

  1. Introduction
  2. Enuresis
  3. Sphincter control. Physical factors
  4. Sphincter control. Psychological factors
  5. Training in retention and control
  6. Enuresis alarms
  7. Training in keeping the bed dry
  8. Encopresis

Didactic unit. Orientations to Parents to Develop Spinners Control

  1. Introduction
  2. What can parents do to help the child
  3. What happens to a child with difficulties?
  4. Intestinal control

Teaching Unit 29. Separation of Parents

  1. Introduction
  2. Changes in the family caused by divorce
  3. Stages of divorce
  4. The child in the center of separation
  5. Pediatrician's tasks
  6. What should the pediatrician say to the parents?

Didactic Unit 30. Anxiety in Children with Separated Parents

  1. Introduction
  2. The anxiety
  3. Disorders due to anxiety
  4. Separation anxiety disorders in children of divorced parents
  5. Research example

Didactic Unit 31. Children's Jealousy

  1. What childish jealousey are?
  2. Some real examples
  3. Difference between rivalry, envy and jealousy
  4. What are the causes of jealous behavior?

Didactic Unit 32. Analysis of Children's Drawing

  1. Introduction
  2. Aspects of drawing
  3. Stages through which the children's drawing passes

Didactic Unit 33. Infantile Self-esteem

  1. Introduction
  2. How is self-esteem built?
  3. Origins of self-esteem
  4. Importance of self-esteem
  5. Evaluation of self-esteem
  6. Influence of parents and teachers on the development of self-esteem

Didactic Unit 34. Games that favor self-esteem

  1. Games that promote self-esteem
  2. Stories to promote self-esteem

Part 2. Master in Coaching and in Emotional Intelligence for Children and Youth

Training Unit 1. Child and Youth Coaching

  1. Coaching
  2. Introduction to coaching
  3. The coach
  4. The coaching cycle
  5. Backpack
  6. The 7 stages
  7. Bill Gates: The feedback
  8. The feedback
  9. The acceptance of the error
  10. The Pans case
  11. The case Papelería Bonilla
  12. Ockham penknife
  13. Executive and professional coaching I
  14. Executive and professional coaching II
  15. Personal coaching
  16. Give up smoking
  17. Basic principles for success in a coaching process
  18. Agents in the coaching processes
  19. Phases of coaching
  20. Analysis of the organization
  21. Program planning
  22. Importance of evaluation
  23. Return of evaluation information
  24. Design of the individualized plan
  25. Implementation of the action plan
  26. Follow-up sessions
  27. Periodic evaluations

Formative Unit 2. Infantile and Juvenile Intelligence

  1. Introduction
  2. The intelligences
  3. The unstoppable Will Hunting
  4. Emotional Intelligence
  5. The 6 basic emotions
  6. The new criterion
  7. Emotional competence
  8. The limits of leadership
  9. Emotional awareness
  10. Practice emotional intelligence
  11. Personal skills
  12. A new learning model
  13. How to improve emotional intelligence I
  14. How to improve emotional intelligence II
  15. How to improve emotional intelligence III
  16. The Barnum effect
  17. Mirror neurons and empathy
  18. Comfort zone
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