Applicants must have completed a doctoral degree from an APA or CPA accredited program in one of the health service delivery areas of psychology (i.e., clinical psychology or counseling psychology).
Graduate training must include core course work in clinical psychology (psychometric theory, assessment, psychopathology, etc), foundations in brain behavior relationships (functional neuroanatomy, neurological disorders, etc), and the practice of neuropsychology (specialized assessment and intervention techniques). Graduate training in research design and methodology, statistics, and professional ethics is also required.
All applicants must complete an APA- or CPA- accredited internship with rotation in a neuropsychology specialty area. All doctoral degree requirements, including successful dissertation defense, must be completed before fellowship begins.