It shows the topics of which we have Seniors willing to become mentors in the research work.
Since the subject is very broad to be able to have knowledge of everything, it is specified in what aspects this knowledge is in a way that allows us to specify and focus the work to be done.
As there are people with other knowledge will be incorporated in the corresponding section.


Considering the complexity of this field of knowledge, the mentors offer their knowledge and experience in aspects that can favor a more concrete approach and at the same time guide the demands made by the students that, logically, have a very broad and generic or overly specific view. It is specified in the following aspects in which they can be accompanied in order to deepen their research work.


The field of psychology has applications in many fields and professions. Education, business, clinical behavior ... In this case we speak of the relationship and collaboration of education, education and psychology.  


The World of adaptation involves many decisions and a degree of
complexity raised both institutional and especially emotional relationships both at the time when the decision is made and throughout the process, and then when the person enters its new family. The monitoring of adaptation and future questions is complex and very interesting.

Early childhood:

Its importance lies in many aspects, of which the biological and psychosocial deserve to be highlighted. On the one hand, during this period, most of the physical growth of extrauterine life occurs, based on the rapid progression of the skeleton and the muscles in children with adequate nutrition. On the other hand, the life of relationship with other human beings has its origin in childhood itself, with the possibility of defining links that can be extended throughout life.
Through relationships with others, children develop their well-being and develop socially and emotionally, this development includes the skills to have satisfying relationships with others, play, communicate, learn, openly discuss and experience emotions. In general terms, formation through relationships is crucial for the development of trust, empathy, generosity and awareness of oneself and others. Relationships are those ways in which the baby comes to know the world and the places where it is. In this context the parents or caregivers will be those people who provide the loving context necessary to comfort, protect, motivate and offer elements to face difficult moments in life. Social emotional well-being is frequently known by mental health and development professionals such as children's mental health. Understood as the ability to experience and regulate emotions, the establishment of secure relationships and the confidence to explore and learn, all in the context of the family and the community of the child, and under a cultural background.
In different models that explain the construction of the personality, emphasis is placed on the importance of the complementation of the genetic potential in childhood, the physical and affective experiences of the first months of life and social relations in later years. Such is the relevance of these processes in childhood that the alterations in these phases give rise to disturbances that can be the starting point of mental illnesses of various magnitude in the future.


is the process of emotional adjustment that follows any loss (loss of a job, loss of a loved one, loss of a relationship, etc.). Although conventionally the emotional response of loss has been focused, grief also has a physical, cognitive, philosophical and behavioral dimension that is vital in human behavior and has been well studied throughout history. At present, the issue of whether other species also have feelings of grief as human beings is under discussion, and in some of them, peculiar behaviors have been observed in the face of the death of their congeners.
Psychotherapy is a process of communication between a psychotherapist and the person who comes to consult him ("patient" or "client") who seeks change in the behavior, attitudes, thoughts or affections of an individual with the aim to increase their well-being. The treatment of everyday problems is rather referred to as “counseling” but the term is sometimes used interchangeably with “psychotherapy”. In addition, the term psychotherapy does not presuppose a particularly scientific orientation, being considered denominative of an ample specialized scientific-professional dominion, that is specified in several theoretical-practical orientations.
Within psychotherapy there is a great diversity of currents, forms and theoretical concepts applied to the psychotherapeutic field, which give rise to so many other ways of establishing this context of communication. However, two characteristics that unify psychotherapy are:
The direct and personal contact between the psychotherapist and the person who consults him, mainly through dialogue.
The quality of "therapeutic relationship" of the communication context, that is, a helping relationship designed to generate change in the patient. 

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