After concluding these studies, the graduates will have the professional outlets indicated below:

The areas making up the program are among the most demanded research and occupation areas in Psychology, and have a strong presence in research, development and innovation projects both in Spain and in the European Union, as well as in other developed countries, especially the United States and Canada. The funding sources for Research, Development and Innovation projects in the area of Psychology carried out in Spain generally come from public organizations (Spanish and European) and occasionally from the private sector. There is a great tradition of research in the different National R + D + I Plans within the areas of Psychology. The European calls also include Psychology research areas, as do the regional calls, where its presence is very noticeable. It is relevant that one of the first Projects of Excellence awarded for the Andalusian Regional Government program was to the Coordinator of this Program, making it possible to significantly support resources and expand the possibilities for training researchers at this university within the proposed Program’s fields of action. In all of them, the researchers teaching this Program have obtained funding, several leading to the creation of stable research groups, as can be seen in this Report’s curriculum. Therefore, from a scientific point of view, the research lines that make up the Postgraduate Program come, for the most part, from researchers with extensive experience, and whose work has great scientific relevance. The Postgraduate Program is supported by the joint scientific production of the eleven participating researchers. Data on the potential demand for the proposed PhD Program come from its own previously referenced history, as well as data on the number of participants over the last five years of the program, which are included later in the corresponding section. As for the interest to society - given its rating as a doctorate of excellence, the high employability of its graduates and their high scientific level - society benefits both directly (with the doctors created and their excellent training) and indirectly (from their studies aimed at understanding and improving the mechanisms of psychological intervention in clinical and health contexts, and from publications that make applicable advances; such advances benefit all the professionals working in these fields and, in turn, society as a whole.