Neuropsychology and Cognitive Health organizes and delivers three educational series.
- Monthly Psychology Speaker Series present current clinical research findings by staff members in Neuropsychology and Cognitive Health, other Baycrest departments, and affiliated universities.
- Weekly Neuropsychology Seminars provide clinical didactics to students and trainees in neuropsychology and related areas during the academic year.
- Monthly Evidence-Based Practice in Psychology Series increase participants’ ability to find and critically appraise evidence-based clinical resources and research.
We also provide Train-the-Trainer Workshops for health-care professionals. These workshops provide clinicians with the necessary background information and experience to deliver our evidence-based memory programs, including the Memory and Aging Program and Learning the Ropes for Mild Cognitive Impairment. This training is open to licensed health-care professionals including occupational therapists, psychologists, social workers, and others.