Postgraduate Training in Clinical Neuropsychology. Clinical Neuropsychology. From The APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists:
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From The APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists:
“Clinical neuropsychologists study changes in thinking and behaviour that may arise from brain dysfunction such as head injury, epilepsy, neurological disease and stroke, drug and alcohol disorders, learning disabilities, attention deficit disorders, dementia and psychiatric disorders.
They deal with the cognitive, emotional and behavioural problems related to brain dysfunction through assessment, rehabilitation, education and psychological therapy.”
Work in a wide variety of settings: public health sector, hospitals and rehabilitation centres, private practice, medical schools, psychiatric hospitals & clinics, correctional facilities, academia, etc.
Work with a wide variety of patient populations: Rehab (strokes & TBI), neurologic (tumors, dementia, multiple sclerosis), psychiatric (schizophrenia), children (ADHD), forensic (prisons & forensic psychiatric)