Log in


Upcoming events

    • 12 Oct 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Online (Zoom link to follow)
    Register


    NYNG Bilingual Task Force Student Research Forum 

     

    Moderators: H. Bender, Ph.D., ABPP and L. Nakhutina, Ph.D., ABPP 

    October 12, 2022 

     

    6:00-7:30pm 

     

     

    Presenter: Alena Stasenko, Ph.D. 

    Affiliation: University of California, San DiegoLab of Cognitive Imaging 

    Title: Effects of bilingualism in epilepsy: Exploring neuroplasticity and cognitive reserve 

     

    This talk will cover recent studies examining the effects of bilingualism on structural and functional changes in the brain in people with temporal lobe epilepsy. Challenges related to bilingual assessment and future directions will also be discussed. 

    Presenter: Jéssica Orobio, B.S. 

    AffiliationUniversity of Texas Southwestern Medical Center 

    Title: "The development of a neuropsychological tool for Spanish-speaking children in the U.S." 

     

    A discussion regarding the development of a new neuropsychological tool in Spanish and for children. Important considerations when developing a measure intended to assess a culturally rich and linguistically diverse group will also be presented. 

     

    Details to Access the Webinar TBD

     

    Free Event

     

    For more information, contact: luba.nakhutina@gmail.com or Heidibender@aol.com


    • 17 Oct 2022
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Zoom link to follow
    Register
    •  

    • "Neuropsychological Reports: How Can We Do Better?" 

      1.0 NYSED or APA CE credit (1 hour) available*

      Presented by

      Jacobus Donders, PhD, ABPP

      Chief Psychologist, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital 

      Mary Free Bed chief psychologist recognized for work by National Academy of Neuropsychology - Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital

      Monday, October 17th, 2022 at 7 PM (via Zoom)

       

      Abstract: Neuropsychological reports are often long on detail and short on novel findings or pragmatic and feasible suggestions. This webinar will describe the “inverted pyramid” model of report writing that focuses on the main conclusions, supported by those findings that are truly relevant. In addition, examples will be provided about application in various settings, including rehabilitation, forensics, and pediatrics.  Finally, the presentation will review alternative communication methods to supplement or replace the traditional written report.

      Dr. Donders has been the Chief Psychologist at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital in Grand Rapids, MI since 1992. He is board-certified in Clinical Neuropsychology, Pediatric Clinical Neuropsychology, and Rehabilitation Psychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology. He is also a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and of the National Academy of Neuropsychology. In addition to being an active clinical practitioner, he has served on multiple editorial and executive boards, has authored or co-authored more than 100 publications in peer-reviewed journals, and has edited or co-edited six textbooks. 

      Learning Objectives:

    • 1.     Describe general guidelines for preparation of evidence-based reports.

    • 2.     Be familiar with ways to make reports more practically useful.

    • 3.     Understand specific applications of reports in various settings.

    • 4.     Describe ways to tailor reports to the needs of the consumer.

    • 5.     Appreciate alternative service delivery and communication models.

    *Admission and CE credit is free for members. Non-members: $15 attendance & $15 CE credit


© 2020 New York Neuropsychology Group

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software