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About the Master Psychomotor Therapy

The Master’s degree programme of Psychomotor Therapy is based on a model of competence-based learning. 

The competences are linked to the professional profile of psychomotor therapists.

Competences of a psychomotor therapist at the Master's degree level

At the start of your Master's programme of Psychomotor Therapy, you will reformulate a number of learning questions from daily practice as learning goals. You will link these goals to the seven professional competences of the Master’s programme, thereby creating direct interaction between your work situation and your Master's programme.

Seven competences

1. Intervene
2. Diagnose
3. Construct
4. Evaluate
5. Report
6. Position
7. Reflect