Educational Psychology Certificate in Neuropsychology | San Francisco and San Diego, California
Neuropsychology is a fast-growing and increasingly essential field within educational psychology. According to the National Academy of Neuropsychology, neuropsychology practice in schools helps educators identify, assess and evaluate a child’s brain-related strengths and weaknesses so that they may better anticipate and resolve students’ behavioral and functional problems.
ADVANCE YOUR CAREER WITH AN IN-DEMAND SPECIALTY
School neuropsychology is an in-demand specialty in school systems, leading to improved professional competencies and employment prospects. School psychologists with a master’s or doctoral degree are well-qualified to pursue their postgraduate certification in educational neuropsychology.
A COMPETENCY-BASED, POSTGRADAUTE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
The Educational Psychology Certificate in Neuropsychology is a competency-based, postgraduate training that finishes with a unique practicum experience combining workshop learning with professional mentorship. The program may be completed in as few as nine units for candidates holding a doctorate in educational psychology, or in 14 units for candidates with a master’s.
Areas of study include:
- Development, structure and functioning of the brain
- Neuropsychological assessment for intervention
- Understanding and serving learners with diseases and disorders and from special populations
- Neuropsychological interventions in schools
A master's in school or educational psychology and a valid PPS credential are prerequisites for admission to this program.
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Our program is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
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