Event price: $ 440,000 COP
Pay on line: At the time of your registration you can pay online with credit card and PSE.
Payment in banks:
Present the invoice printed in laser, and approach the following banking entities:
- Banco de Bogotá and its banking correspondents: Almacenes Éxito, Carulla, Surtimax, Súper inter.
Go to the University Cashier and pay with a debit or credit card.
Start date: 03-09-2020
End date: 08-10-2020
Duration: 18.00 hours.
Event city: Medellin
Thursday, from September 3 to October 8 from 5:00 to 8:00 pm
Technology-assisted face-to-face mode (On Line).
Keep in mind:
The academic program begins when we have the minimum number of people in the group.
After starting the course, no money will be refunded.
Learn about our discounts for our university community, or if you are an employee or associate of institutions with current agreements with the CES University
Ask about our discounts for prompt payment, referrals or if you have seen several offers with Continuing Education of the Faculty of Psychology.
Full Rate: $ 440,000
Prompt payment rate of $ 396,000 until August 24.
If you want to take advantage of the discount, get information with:
Eliana María Zapata 444 05 55 Ext 1389, email@example.com
Claudia Obando Torres 444 05 55 Ext 1222, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Code: 70072189
To register, you must fill out the form to generate the invoice and make the payment online, banks or in person at the University.
Faculty: Well-being and mental health psychology
Eliana Maria Zapata
Continuing Education Professional
(57) (4) 4440555 ext 1389
Claudia Obando Torres
Administrative Assistant Continuing Education
(57) (4) 4440555 ext 1222
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The modality of the event is Face-to-face
Neuropsychological rehabilitation is an area of clinical neuropsychology and medicine that deals with the intervention of cognitive and behavioral alterations secondary to brain injury, with the aim of improving daily performance related to academic, social, family and other areas. Therefore, obtain a better quality of life for the patient with neurological disease and his family.
The design of intervention programs for attentional, mnestic, executive, language, praxis, gnosis and behavior processes are the field of neuropsychological rehabilitation, the objective of which is to treat these deficiencies to favor the functionality of the patient.
Health professionals interested in neuropsychological habilitation / rehabilitation (doctors, psychologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech therapists, nurses, among others).
Face-to-face supported by technology. You can connect from anywhere using an electronic device.
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Find the contents to be dealt with in the Continuing Education Course
Learn about the skills that you will acquire by taking the Course at our University.
Finance the payment of your registration with SUFI, contact the advisor:
Anderson Esneyder Acevedo Benitez
Telephone: (57) (4) 604 91 25
Mobile: 301 254 98 44
Payment with Severance:
Check with your fund and severance management company about the requirements to make the payment *.
* Applies for diplomas and certifications.
- Biological bases of neurodevelopment and aging in two stages of the life cycle and their relationship with cognitive processes.
- Disability due to neurological deficiencies in children and the elderly and bases of Neuroplasticity.
- Neuropsychological alterations in the child.
- Basic principles of neuropsychological rehabilitation in children and adolescents.
- Etiology of brain damage and cognitive alterations in adults.
- Basic principles of neuropsychological rehabilitation in adults.
Offer up-to-date information regarding the general clinical characteristics and basic biological support of the neuropsychological rehabilitation processes, from a mental health and disability perspective.