This Master is open to graduates in psychology (bachelor's and / or second level), psychologists and psychotherapists, medical graduates with psychological training (specialized or specializing in clinical psychology, psychiatry, neurology).
The keywords are: basic psycho-physiological relaxation, ability to practice the techniques on yourself, patient and group management, flexibility in the application of techniques and contraindications of relaxation techniques, design of relaxation courses. Comparison between practical and psychological modification techniques (relaxation, biofeedback, hypnosis, meditation).
Participate in our master means:
Acquire techniques applied with excellent results in various fields of psychology (particularly clinical, wellness, sports, work) and used in all the major psychological orientations (eg, cognitive-behavioral approach, systemic-relational psychoanalysis, humanistic).
Projecting into the future career: psychology is integration between psychological approaches and neuroscience.
Testimonials previous editions students
"The relaxation has been for me a great tool. It allowed me to discover myself better, to understand my core values, to focus on my goals, to live passionately my job. It has also allowed us to walk through life with greater confidence and self-esteem ... "(Valentina Morizio)" I honestly would not recommend the master to all, unconditionally. Definitely recommend to those who, at this time, feel they have the resources to open up to the discovery, or rediscovery, of aspects of themselves. "(Sara Girotti)" A professionally challenging, intense and engaging personal work, a challenging course ... "(Agnese Olivato)" This course is a real inner journey, in search of a tool that can bring peace, stability, making you remember that your body is a machine that works well without too many alterations that humoral unnecessarily subject it every day ... "(David D. Swan)" I want, now that the examination is finished, to thank you for the precision with which it was carried on the master, the attention to the physiological aspects, the obvious competence and especially the extreme willingness to accommodate any doubts and requests for support. I am also happy with the severity of the examination, much more useful than the classic evidence "proforma" to give me back the actual effectiveness of my learning. In fact much of my present happiness is due to the fact that it really does seem to know something about relaxing and having passed this examination helps me to believe it a bit 'more "(Matteo Castilletti)" To say that the lessons have been training , it is to use an understatement ... both as energy and positivity that trasmettevate as teachers, and as enthusiasm in depth the subjects treated once back at home ... "(Adele Callegari)" teachers have a way of teaching and adhering to their original personality. They know, beyond the contents also convey passion for this work, enthusiasm and thirst for knowledge. One thing I noticed is the absence in them of "intellectual egotism." Often and generously shared clinical experiences are ...... "(Sabrina Menozzi)" The ability to manage the class, organizing and conducting the lesson firsthand, having immediate feedback on my way of relating and lead the group, are of live tests what then shall I do with future groups of patients that I'll find me face ...... "(Luca Mazzucchelli)" Bella has been the experience of this master. Beautiful because comprehensive and concrete beautiful because you have given us ideas that have intrigued me, good for your openness, availability and flexibility "(Marta del Bono)
Basic Relaxation techniques:
RMP technology (Progressive Muscle Relaxation) by E. Jacobson.
Autogenous training of JH Schultz of the lower stage exercises (heaviness, heat, breath, heart, solar plexus, cool forehead, face, eyes and shoulder-neck, reduced exercise).
Biofeedback. Main parameters used: electromyography, heartbeat, peripheral temperature, skin conductance.
THE FOUNDATIONS OF RELAXATION psychophysiological:
The basics of relaxation: the skeletal muscles and their functioning. Tension and muscle relaxation.
Visceral Relaxation: smooth muscles involved in relaxation.
Blood vessels: how they work and why they are involved in relaxation.
Breathing: the lungs, rib cage and associated muscles.
The heart and cardiovascular system.
The gastrointestinal tract.
The Central Nervous System, Peripheral and Independent (Sympathetic and parasympathetic)
anatomical and physiological elements for the understanding of eye exercises, face, shoulders and neck.
Introduction to Psiconeuroendocrinoimmunology (PNEI model).
Assessment centered on relaxation techniques:
Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral multidimensional model.
Biofeedback: base-line (psychophysiological detection) and verification of the results of the practice of relaxation on individual participants during the master.
DRIVING THE RELAXATION GROUP DYNAMICS AND THEIR PSYCHOLOGICAL:
Each lesson, with the exception of the first, provides for two moments in which the group is dedicated to the practice of relaxation. One of these two moments will be managed by the teachers while the other will run, as early as the second lesson, by students that are taking place one at a time during the lessons.
Introduction to imaginative techniques and cognitive restructuring:
The purpose of the exercises Biofeedback. introduction to marketing applied psychology: how to design the relaxation courses and how to advertise them:
Introduction to marketing applied psychology.
How to structure an effective relaxation course: structure of objectives, content, cost, identification of the best areas of application of relaxation techniques.
Examples of successful projects of relaxation courses.
The application of the relaxation in the clinical setting:
Clinical cases related to major disturbances of the diagnostic manual DSM V (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) American Psychiatric Association).
Indications and contraindications of relaxation.
Comparison between experiential Relaxation and Meditation techniques:
"An inner journey of awareness and meditation"
The idea was born from the desire to know the nature of being.
Where to start? What do you know and how we know?
The mind is the architect of our inner and outer worlds? If it is, how it does and by what mode? The experiences through sensory consciousness and mental consciousness.
What can we use to test?
First recollection meditation to observe the mind and its workings.
The inner practice is proposed as a research tool, knowledge and transformation.
How can we compose a path of investigation that might try to answer our questions?
Meditation can be one of the tools. What is meditation? What are the main meditative paths.
The concentration meditation which helps stabilize the mind. What is it and how to practice it. What is useful?
Experience concentration meditation.
What is awareness. The various levels of consciousness.
The mindfulness meditation helps to investigate the nature of being. What and how you practice. What is useful?
of mindfulness meditation experience.
The quality of being at the service of themselves and humanity.
Meditation on inner qualities. What is it and how to practice it.
The purpose of meditation on inner qualities.
i) Comparison between experiential and relaxation techniques HYPNOSIS:
Introduction to hypnosis: What is hypnosis? What is hypnosis? Judgments and prejudices about hypnosis. How does it differ from relaxation techniques?
Definition of trance and suggestion.
The phenomenology of hypnosis.
I note on the history of hypnosis.
Main applications of hypnosis.
Examples of trance induction techniques directive and non-directive.
Experiences of hypnosis practices.
Introduction to the new Ericksonian hypnosis.
The trance as a natural phenomenon (common everyday trance) and not a directive. The concept of rapport and the role of the therapist. Therapeutic Setting: a flexible and creative approach. A new concept of resistance. Reading and study of short stories by Milton H. Erickson. The paradoxical technique.
Maximum number of participants: 20
Minimum number of participants for the activation of the Master: 8
Note: Students enrolled in the Master will be notified in case of postponement of its beginning at least two weeks before the start date scheduled in the event of not reaching the minimum number.