EAC Chair: Pamela Dean, PhD
EAC Composition and Members
The Education Advisory Committee (EAC) fulfills the education mission of Division 40. The EAC serves in an advisory capacity to the Executive Committee of the Division and informs the Division membership of education-related issues and developments.
The Education Advisory Committee is composed of ten core Continuing Members as well as rotating Organizational Representatives from six training/professional organizations in neuropsychology spanning the doctoral, internship and post-doctoral level.
|Continuing Members||Organizational Liaisons|
|Pamela Dean, Chair||Jenny Peraza, Member||Nina Hattiangadi Thomas, AITCN|
|Emily Edmonds, Member||Dalin Pulsipher, Member||Doug Whiteside, APPCN|
|Robert Fallows, Member||Amelia Nelson Sheese, Member||Emily Duggan, ANST|
|Julie Janecek, Member||Alexander Tan, Member||Cady Block, ECPNC|
|David Kaufman, Member||Emily Trittschuh, Member||Glenn Smith, CNS|
Please click on the above link for access to a recorded Q&A session about changes to education and training in the time of COVID-19, between clinical neuropsychology graduate students and panelists Drs. Scott Sperling, Margaret Lanca, David Kaufman, and Emily Duggan.
Please click on the above link for access to a recorded Q&A session about changes to education and training in the time of COVID-19, between clinical neuropsychology interns and panelists Drs. Scott Sperling, Margaret Lanca, David Kaufman, and Emily Duggan.
Please click on the above link for access to a recorded Q&A session about changes to education and training in the time of COVID-19, between clinical neuropsychology fellows and panelists Drs. Scott Sperling, Pamela Dean, Emily Trittschuh, and Emily Duggan.
Doctoral Worksheet for Education & Training in Clinical Neuropsychology
This worksheet was developed to help doctoral students prepare for success throughout their training (i.e., doctoral, internship, and postdoctoral fellowship levels) and as they enter independent practice as early career neuropsychologists. It is intended to be used a training tool, to help students 1) develop training and career goals, 2) develop a clear training plan by which their goals can be realized, and 3) identify areas of strength and gaps in training that can be addressed. We strongly recommend that the worksheet be completed collaboratively by students and their mentor, and that it be revisited at least annually.
Education & Training Guidelines
Taxonomy for Clinical Neuropsychology
For more information see Sperling, Cimino, Stricker, Heffelfinger, Gess, Osborn & Roper (2017) Taxonomy for Education and Training in Clinical Neuropsychology: past, present, and future, The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 31:5, 817-828, DOI: 10.1080/13854046.2017.1314017
Goals of the EAC
To promote the recognition of Clinical Neuropsychology as a specialty within APA with defined education and training requirements.
To support and promote the implementation of the Houston Conference recommendations on Specialty Education and Training in Clinical Neuropsychology.
To facilitate training in clinical neuropsychology at all levels including doctoral, internship, post-doctoral, early career and continuing professional education and serves as a forum for communication and coordination among the various training organizations in clinical neuropsychology.
To maintain the Division 40 list of Training Programs that is updated annually to disseminate information about doctoral, internship and post-doctoral training programs in clinical neuropsychology.
To serve an advisory role to ANST (Association of Neuropsychology Students in Training) and help sponsor education/training information sessions at APA and INS .
To serve an advisory role to Division 40’s representative to the APA Committee on Early Career Psychologists to facilitate efforts of clinical neuropsychologists at the early stages of professional development.
Interested in Neuropsychology?
Search for Doctoral, Internship and Postdoctoral Residency programs in Clinical Neuropsychology using the Training Listing maintained by the EAC. Encourage your training director to keep program information up to date. Check out our tip sheets for applying to Clinical Neuropsychology Programs: