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Workshop

Neuropsychology 2: Cognitive Assessment

29 September 2017 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
London
The workshop is now fully booked and we are running a waiting list. To register your interest and to be placed on the waiting list please click the 'Register' button.
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This is the second of a series of four workshops intended to offer counselling psychologists knowledge of neuropsychology, approaches to assessment and informing therapeutic intervention.

This workshop builds upon the knowledge of brain anatomy and physiology from the previous workshop, and focusses on the psychological assessment of cognitive abilities, in particular the use of cognitive psychometric assessment tools, such as the WAIS-IV, the RBANS and the K-DEF.

Delegates will become familiar with not only the basic principles of psychometric assessments but the more advanced considerations of domains, patterns of results and how these might provide more information than specific numerical score results obtained.

This workshop will be particularly useful for those psychologists at the end of their accredited training or post qualified who have not had the opportunity to engage in psychometric training or neuropsychology. This will be a combination of both theory and hands on practice so attendees will be able to take their learning back to their workplace.

The workshop is now fully booked and we are running a waiting list.

To register your interest in attending and to be placed on the waiting list please follow the 'Register' link below.

Please note this does not guarantee you a place on the workshop.

The British Psychological Society,
30 Tabernacle Street,
London,
EC2A 4UE

Event Location: 

Please note this is a draft agenda and subject to change.

Learning outcomes and objectives:

  1. Consider the issues specific to counselling psychologists in the use of psychometric measures
  2. Understanding the principles underlying use of psychometric measures
  3. Know how to extend the use of measures, such as WAIS-IV, to consider neuropsychological issues
  4. Know how to consider and present results in terms of domains
  5. Consider how to integrate results to work with clients

Timetable

09:30 Arrival & refreshments
10:00 Workshop starts
12:30

Lunch break & networking

Please note - lunch is not provided

16:30 Workshop closes

The workshop is now fully booked and we are running a waiting list.

To register your interest in attending and to be placed on the waiting list please follow the 'Register' link below.

Please note this does not guarantee you a place on the workshop.

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