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Keys in couple relations: love, sex and brain

Claves Relaciones

 

  • Date:   31st October ; 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th November
  • Timetable: from 10am to 2pm
  • Location: Getafe Campus
  • Classroom: 18.0.A.02
  • Duration:  20 classroom hours
  • Prices: 

               University community: 26 €

               External: € 100

  • Number of places: 40

 

  • Objectives
    • Knowing how love is created at the brain level, why do we fall in love? How it evolves andaffects the sexual level into the couple.
    • Know the relational bases of love. Compatibility between people.
    • Learn the difference ways to build a couple beyond the heterosexual world. Learn the alternatives to a monogamous relational construction.
    • Discover the evolution of how we seduced before social networks and how we seduced in the digital age. Advantages and disadvantages.
    • Learn why conflict is generated and how to manage it.
    • Know what to do when a breakdown occurs. Phases and learning.
    • Become aware of how I am in relationships.

  • Program

     

    Methodology

    Theoretical-Practice. Active, dynamic and participative teaching. Group dynamics

    • Compatibility between people. Stability predictors. Biological basis of love
    • Creation of love and evolution in the relational and sexual plane.
    • Growing the couple relationship.
    • Conflict management as a couple.
    • The rupture. Phases and learning.
    • The relationship in the era of social networks.
    • More ways to love. Beyond the heterosexual relationship.
    • "Me" in a relationship

     

    Evaluation

    Continuous assessment. Compulsory minimum attendance of 80% of the classes

     

  • Teaching

    Mara Aznar Briones

    • Graduate in General Health Psychology and clinical specialist. Consultant in behavioral prediction and applied neuroscience in companies such as VipScan, Keynos, Brain Commerce and Napor. Author of the book "Stop trying to change" (Ed.Kolima).

     

    Nuria González Ruiz

    • Clinical psychologist specializing in clinical psychology. Expert in couples therapy.

     

    Rodrigo Martínez from Ubago Campos

    • Clinical psychologist specializing in clinical psychology. Director of VipScan Predicting Behavior S.L. Professor at the Open University of Catalonia. Author of the book "Stop trying to change" (Ed. Kolima).
  • Credit recognition
    • Recognition of one optional credit