As part of the commemoration of the psychologist's day, a sample of projects of the learning journey that the students have been carrying out during the semester took place. During their introduction, the importance of having an area of specialization and the advantages of being a registered psychologist after obtaining their degree were presented.

Fourth semester students who focused their project on social and labor psychology, titled their project "Labor Inclusion"; which consisted of looking for opportunities in different companies for people with different abilities and give them a sense of belonging. Their project showed that there are vacancies in many companies but that these people do not seek these jobs due to lack of information. Her biggest goal was to achieve a change of mentality.

Other fourth-semester students conducted a workshop to raise awareness about people with disabilities among university students, carrying out integrative activities and raising their awareness through the use of wheelchairs to achieve greater empathy.

To close the day, the students received two workshops. The first one, given by teacher Guadalupe Samaniego, was about the analysis of resilience in children through a thanatological perspective. In it, the workshop leader began by giving the definition of resilience, which comes from the concept resilio; which means to jump backwards. In psychology, resilience is the capacity of human beings to overcome emotional pain and continue with their lives. She also pointed out that children are more capable of adapting to this type of loss or grief because they are not accustomed to so many experiences and do not handle prejudices; on the other hand, adults have a more limited way of thinking. Through family, individual and social perspectives, the carver analyzed these concepts with the students.

On the other hand, the Attention Deficit Disorder workshop was also held, which was taught by Monica Silerio, who provided didactic material with psychometric and value tests to diagnose children through self-evaluations. All this in order to know the impulsive characteristics that children have and to detect what their solutions are when dealing with frustration. The workshop leader pointed out that the diagnosis of a child with attention deficit is from the age of three, however, it is possible to start working with him/her from the age of five.