The Clinical Neuropsychology Residency program is a full-time commitment over the course of one calendar year from September 6, 2022 to August 31, 2023, and will provide Residents with well over the minimum of 1600 hours of supervised experience. Residents are able to select major rotations in the Adult Acquired Brain Injury Program (ABIP), in the Integrated Stroke Program, in Adult Consultation Neuropsychology, and/or the Pediatric Neuropsychology Programs (i.e., Pediatric Oncology, General Neurology, Epilepsy). They work on inpatient interdisciplinary rehabilitation teams and in outpatient consultation services. Typically, they spend about 1.5 to 2 days per week devoted to their major rotations for about 5 months. In addition, Residents have opportunities to participate in group treatment and to carry individual treatment cases, often through the ABIP program, over the course of the entire Residency with designated time devoted to treatment.
In the 2022-2023 year, our program is also able to offer minor rotations in other areas of interest (e.g., Chronic Pain, Specialized Developmental and Behavioural Services, etc.). Opportunities for educational rounds/didactics are also provided. Please refer to the Brochure for additional information or contact the Director of Training, Dr. Joanna Sue, if you have any questions about our program.