The Clinical Neuropsychology Track offers broad-based training in Clinical Psychology for interns with specific prior graduate training in neuropsychology. Interns entered into the Neuropsychology subspecialty will meet the didactic and experimental training requirements recommended by APA Division 40, including six months of specific neuropsychology experiences with multiple associated seminars and rounds. Additionally, as a part of the overall Internship Program research requirement, interns in the Neuropsychology subspecialty will devote the entire year to brain/behavior research under the mentorship of a faculty member who specializes in Clinical Neuropsychology.
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The Charleston Consortium is a member of the Association for Internship Training in Clinical Neuropsychology (uthsc.edu/AITCN).