By Robert J. Sbordone
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Sbordone, R. J. and Rudd, M. (1986). Can psychologists recognize neurological disorders? Journal of Experimental and Clinical Neuropsychology, 8 (3), 285–291. ) in the field of psychology, the clinical neuropsychologist has received advanced training (usually at the postdoctoral level). Such training typically consists of courses and seminars in neuroanatomy, neuropathology, neurology, neuropharmacology, and clinical neuropsychology. CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGISTS The clinical psychologist specializes in the assessment and treatment of patients with “psychological” problems such as anxiety, depression, marital difficulties, work or occupational conflicts, sexual difficulties, child custody, poor self-esteem, paranoia, and stress-related disorders.
This course typically consists of one or more of the following treatment modalities: individual, marital, family, or group psychotherapy; relaxation therapy; desensitization; or biofeedback. While there are many different schools of thought regarding the treatment of patients with emotional or psychological problems, most psychologists ascribe to the assumption that most of these problems are the result of maladaptive learning or intrapsychic conflicts stemming from the interaction of one’s childhood experiences and current emotional or environmental stressors.
1996). Hazards of blind analysis of neuropsychological test data in assessing cognitive disability: The role of confounding factors. Neurorehabilitation, 7, 15–26. Sbordone, R. J. and Rudd, M. (1986). Can psychologists recognize neurological disorders? Journal of Experimental and Clinical Neuropsychology, 8 (3), 285–291. ) in the field of psychology, the clinical neuropsychologist has received advanced training (usually at the postdoctoral level). Such training typically consists of courses and seminars in neuroanatomy, neuropathology, neurology, neuropharmacology, and clinical neuropsychology.