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FULLY BOOKED! Neuropsychology for Non-Neuropsychologists 18 January 2021 (4 sessions)

January 18 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm UTC+0



Please Note: This is not a psychometric training.

Back sooner than expected by popular demand. We quickly had a waiting list for this so we hustled and put this on our schedule. Hopefully, it will be on yours too!

Join Dr Susan van Scoyoc for her popular neuropsychology webinar. It consists of four, 90 minute sessions beginning on 18JAN21 and repeating weekly thereafter. In order to accommodate folks with different schedules this even will take place 1400-1530. CPD certificates will be issued. Resources will be made available to accompany the webinar and for your future reference.

This is a positive skill builder to add to your toolbox. If you’ve never had formal training or if it’s been a while this will give you confidence to consider it in your work with clients. If you have particular queries do send them to us. We can’t guarantee they will be covered but we’ll sure give it a thought!

This is an interactive webinar for a small group in which attendees will be able to see, hear, and interact with other attendees. Attendees will receive a ZOOM link and password prior to each event. These are not recorded and attendees may not record them. Not only does this violate the GDPR, as we would need consent of every attendee, but topics discussed may be delicate and recording will suppress the openness of the group.

Cost is £120 for all four sessions and you may pay via the button below. You do not need a PayPal account to pay — simply choose to check out as a guest. If you have a PayPal account and do not want to pay using PayPal simply choose check out as a guest. You may use most credit and debit cards.

If you wish to pay by bank transfer, and we’re very happy for you to do so, send us an email and we will issue an invoice with the bank details. Give us a heads up on this and we’ll hold your place for a reasonable period of time.


Neuropsychology 1: Brain anatomy & physiology
This workshop, the first of four workshops intended to offer counselling psychologists knowledge of neuropsychology, we will explore the anatomy and physiology of the brain and how this knowledge contributes to our ability to provide effective psychological interventions/support to all our clients.
Learning outcomes and objectives:
Consider applications of knowledge of brain anatomy and physiology in current psychological practice
Neuropsychology 2: Cognitive Assessment
In this second of a series of four workshops intended to offer counselling psychologists knowledge of neuropsychology, approaches to assessment and informing therapeutic intervention.
We will explore using the WAIS-IV as a tool for neurocognitive assessment. Other neuropsychological assessment tools such as a the RBANS and the K-DEF will also be reviewed.
Learning outcomes and objectives:
Consider the use of measures such as WAIS-IV to consider neuropsychological issues
Neuropsychology 3: Normal, Abnormal and Assessment of Memory
In this third of a series of four workshops we will explore disorders of memory, our understanding of memory and the use of memory assessments in clinical settings. Disorders of memory, including different dementias, will be explored.
Learning outcomes and objectives:
Knowledge of memory disorders and what to consider at assessment
Consider the importance of integrating neuropsychological results with therapeutic planning
Neuropsychology 4: Going Further into Neuropsychological Assessment. Bringing it all together.
In this final workshop of a series of four workshops, we focus on a more in-depth consideration of a collaborative form of neuropsychological assessment. We will consider specific case studies and the need for careful therapeutic planning. This is the added value counselling psychologists can bring to all areas of neuropsychology practise.
Learning outcomes and objectives:
Able to put into practice the principles of a collaborative neuropsychological assessments
Integrate neuropsychological observations
Participate in case study discussions
Plan therapeutic input for neuropsychological difficulties


January 18
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm UTC+0
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United Kingdom


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