A Clinical Neuropsychologist uses psychological, neurological, cognitive, behavioral, and physiological principles and techniques to assess, diagnose, treat, and rehabilitate patients.
Ideally, a neuropsychologist should be board certified. If not, they should at least have:
- An accredited doctoral degree in a professional area of psychology.
- A one year (or its equivalent) internship in a clinical area of professional psychology.
- Two years of supervised experience and training in Clinical Neuropsychology by a Clinical Neuropsychologist.
- A license to practice psychology and/or neuropsychology.
The following link may be used to find Board Certified Clinical Neuropsychologists in your area:*
Make sure to pick “Clinical Neuropsychology” as a specialty when searching on this page.
*If you decide to seek services from a provider not listed on this site, it is always a good idea to inquire about their qualifications.