Neuropsychology is about the relationship between the brain and a person’s thinking abilities, behaviour, social abilities and emotional responses.
Clinical neuropsychologists are trained to understand, assess and treat the cognitive and behavioural effects of conditions impacting on brain function. This includes degenerative disorders (e.g. Alzheimer’s disease), Traumatic Brain Injury, drug/alcohol abuse, psychiatric and neurological disorders.
Clinical neuropsychologists are trained in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the brain. These include neurological, medical and psychiatric conditions, developmental disorders, learning disabilities, and acquired brain injury.