The Master in Clinical Psychology in Childhood and Adolescence provides training for clinical practice with children and adolescents and their families, and with the professionals who work within their life contexts. Framed in a developmental perspective and scientific evidence, it provides advanced knowledge in the field of (Neuro)Development, Psychopathology, Assessment, Diagnosis and Psychological Intervention in childhood and adolescence. In close connection with this knowledge acquisition, clinical skills are developed through individual and group training and through participant observation of assessment and psychological intervention sessions. This advanced training articulates intervention with research and integrates the completion of a dissertation and an academic internship carried out in a high-quality institutional context. This Master offers a solid theoretical and practical training for a competent, ethical, and socially responsible professional practice in the field of Clinical Psychology in Childhood and Adolescence.