Intervenciones Psicoterapéuticas y Psicosociales Evaluadas

Anexo 5. Descripción de las intervenciones psicoterapéuticas y psicosociales evaluadas

Las intervenciones psicológicas y psicosociales son acciones dirigidas a la solución de problemas psicológicos y sociales, en las cuales se espera una participación activa de los sujetos participantes (1).

Intervenciones psicológicas y psicosociales

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