To be eligible for the clinical neuropsychology program, applicants must have either:
- Anticipated completion of a doctoral degree from an American Psychological Association or Canadian Psychological Association accredited program in one of the health service delivery areas of psychology (for example: clinical, counseling, school, clinical neuropsychology, health psychology) prior to residency start date; or
- A doctoral degree in psychology with additional completion of a respecialization program designed to meet equivalent criteria as a health services delivery training program in psychology.
Additional educational requirements include:
- Dissertation must be completed by the residency start date.
- Graduate training or the respecialization program must contain the majority of the coursework in the generic psychology and generic clinical core areas of the Houston Conference guidelines as well as additional coursework in brain-behavior relationships and the practice of clinical neuropsychology consistent with the guidelines.
- The graduate school curriculum must include clinical training and competence with research methodology to meet equivalent criteria as a health services delivery professional in the scientist-practitioner model.
Applicants must also have anticipated completion of an APA- or CPA-accredited psychology internship with at least one neuropsychology rotation experience.
The residency is a member program of the Association of Postdoctoral Programs in Clinical Neuropsychology and is recruiting a pediatric resident in the 2021 match.
This residency site agrees to abide by the APPCN policy that no person at this facility will solicit, accept or use any ranking-related information from any residency applicant.
Interested candidates should email the program the following materials by Jan. 4, 2021:
- Cover letter
- Curriculum vitae
- APPCN Doctoral Training Verification Form
- Graduate school transcripts
- 3 letters of reference
- 2 de-identified sample reports