Small-Group Advanced Seminar in
Interpretation of the HRB
Integrated Interpretation of Child Clinical Cases
This small-group advanced seminar will emphasize the integrated interpretation of child clinical cases using the HRB (both the Older Children’s and the Young Children’s batteries). Various case examples will be explored through a consideration of presenting complaints, history, co-existing psychological/behavioral disorders, and thorough test interpretation. We will weigh the evidence to arrive at appropriate differential diagnoses, and will address prognosis, treatment recommendations, and determination of educational or rehabilitation needs.
All attendees must have previously completed The Neuropsychology Center’s Administration/Interpretation seminar or a Workshop from Reitan Neuropsychology Labs. By limiting enrollment to participants with this level of experience, we expect to be able to offer intensive, advanced training with extensive interaction between the instructors and participants.
ACTIVE participation is expected of all attendees!
Participants in this seminar can expect to improve their ability to integrate HRB results with other clinical and historical data, recognize important patterns in children’s neuropsychological test results, and understand implications of various test patterns for pediatric patients' daily and educational functioning.
15.0 hours of Continuing Education credit for Psychologists.
The Neuropsychology Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Neuropsychology Center maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Full attendance at the seminar is required to receive CE credit. Partial credits cannot be awarded.
Jim Hom, Ph.D.
Janice Nici, Ph.D.
The faculty members are experienced neuropsychologists with extensive background in the Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Batteries. Both have been faculty members of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, and are founders of The Neuropsychology Center. The faculty members have provided graduate level and post-doctoral training in Clinical Neuropsychology.
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