Autism Module

This module proposes a detail approach on theoretical foundations in ASD and Early Intervention, as well as advanced topics and applications.

Our autism module is a comprehensive resource for anyone wanting to understand this complex neurological condition. Developed by experts in the field, the module covers the latest research, diagnosis and treatment options, as well as real-life perspectives from individuals with autism and their families. With interactive exercises and practical tips, the module is designed to fully understand this pathology.

Through these 7 days, each participant will acquire an in-depth knowledge of autism.


  • The prerequisite for training is master’s degree in psychology(bachelor’s degrees students in the process of completing a master degree are considered upon request of the institute where the clinical activity takes place), therapeutic pedagogyspeech therapyoccupational therapy.
  • While participants are enrolled in the training, they work in a public center with children in early intensive intervention under supervision provided by certified ABA or ESDM trainers.
  • State or public utility provider for intensive early intervention are a prerequisite for the clinical experience portion. Working on at least 10 clinical cases of children with ASD receiving intensive early interventions and 2 parent coaching interventions must be documented over the courses of the training. A total of 150 hours of supervision, of which at least 50 hours of individual supervision are required for graduation.
  • Registration is only possible with the approval of your supervisor.
  • Exceptions are possible in consultation with the directors of the institute.