Postdoctoral Residency Program

Basic Program Information:

* All questions listed in red must be completed to submit your program.

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Accreditation in Clinical Neuropsychology by APA:


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Member of Association of Postdoctoral Programs in Clinical Neuropsychology (APPCN):

Length of Program (years):

Stipend ($)/annum:

Total number of current neuropsychology resident positions (all years):

Number of neuropsychology supervisors:


Number of supervisors board certified in clinical neuropsychology:

Certifying Board(s):


Application and Admission Information:

Prerequisites for Admission (check all that apply):








List specific doctoral and internship training experiences that are required for selection:

List specific doctoral and internship training experiences that are preferred for selection:

Number of completed applications in the prior application cycle:

Number of applicants accepted into the program in the prior application cycle:

Number of positions anticipated for the upcoming year:

Application Deadline:

Participate in APPCN Matching Program:

Will the program interview applicants at the INS conference?


Please enter below the program's policy regarding onsite interviews:

Month/Day program begins:

Is there flexibility in the start date?


If yes, please specify:

Training Experiences:

Overview

Overall percentage of time spent in clinical service (e.g., assessment, intervention, consultation, etc.)

percent

Number of assessments/week:

Full
Brief

Overall percentage of time spent in research:

percent

Is there variability across fellows in the percentage of clinical and research experiences?


If yes, please explain

Overall percentage of time spent in educational activities:

percent

Clinical Training

Specific Setting(s):

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Patient populations: Check if present, then enter maximum percentage of training with that population):







Please list the primary disorder(s) in your patient population in order of most frequent:

List intervention experiences offered:

Please list any additional information regarding your patient population (optional):

Didactics

Is there specialty coursework for neuropsychology residents (i.e., auditing or enrollment in a formal university course)?


If yes, please specify course (please put frequency in parenthesis after each)

Please list the rounds/seminars/conferences the neuropsychology resident is required to attend:

Type: (please put frequency in parenthesis after each)

Please specify other didactic training:

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Indicate if specific training/education is available for the following:





Is there training that specifically prepares residents for board certification?


If yes, please describe

Research

Please describe research opportunities at your site:

Do residents have access to research databases relevant to neuropsychology? If so, please explain.



Houston Conference Guidelines

Please respond to the following statements from Houston Conference Guidelines. (See www.theaacn.org/position_papers/houston_conference.pdf):

1. The faculty is comprised of a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist and other professional psychologists.


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2. Training is provided at a fixed site or on formally affiliated and geographically proximate training sites, with primarily on-site supervision.


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3. There is access to clinical services and training programs in medical specialties and allied professions.


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4. There are interactions with other residents in medical specialties and allied professions, if not other residents in clinical neuropsychology.


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5. Each resident spends significant percentages of time in clinical service, and clinical research, and educational activities, appropriate to the individual resident's training needs.


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The program provides the following:

6. Advanced skill in the neuropsychological evaluation, treatment and consultation to patients and professionals sufficient to practice on an independent basis.


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7. Advanced understanding of brain-behavior relationships.


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8. Scholarly activity, e.g., submission of a study or literature review for publication, presentation, submission of a grant proposal or outcome assessment.


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9. A formal evaluation of competency in the exit criteria 1 through 3 shall occur in the residency program.


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10. Eligibility for state or provincial licensure or certification for the independent practice of psychology.


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11. Eligibility for board certification in clinical neuropsychology.


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The program meets all 11 items above pertaining to Houston Conference Guidelines


Identify other exit criteria for the residency:

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