Evidence of Absence: A Guide to Cognitive Assessment in Australia
|Presenters||Professor Simon Crowe|
|Description||For psychologists in clinical practice and who are called upon to make assessments of cognitive functioning, memory functioning, and to comment upon the implications of cognitive assessment to the functioning of the client in the real world. This workshop is provided in two blocks:
Day 1 - will be focused on laying down the foundations for generalist psychological assessors.
Day 2 - is the advanced level and will be focused on specialists in intellectual assessment.
Suitable for all psychologists. The Foundation course is a good refresher and introduction into the Wechsler's. The Advanced course will provide more detailed and in depth content building upon the concepts discussed in the Foundation Course.
Group Discounts Available see website for more details.
|About the presenter(s)||Simon Crowe is Professor of Neuroscience and Clinical Neuropsychology in the School of Psychological Science at La Trobe University. He has a PhD in the neurobiological basis of memory and has also completed professional training in clinical neuropsychology. He is a member of the APS Colleges of Clinical Psychologists, Clinical Neuropsychologists and Forensic Psychologists. Simon was a member of the Board of Directors from 2005 to 2007 and was elected again in 2008, serving as Vice-President for periods during this time.
In February 1991 Professor Simon Crowe was appointed to the School of Psychology as a joint appointment to the areas of Clinical Neuropsychology and Biological Psychology. In 1994 he was promoted to Senior Lecturer and then to Associate Professor in 2000.
Professor Crowe also works as an Independent Assessor for the Transport Accident Commission, as well as the Victorian Work Cover Authority.
Before joining La Trobe, Professor Crowe worked as a Clinical Neuropsychologist, firstly at the Brain Trauma Unit at Mont Park and then as the State wide Consultant Neuropsychologist at the Neuropsychiatric Unit at Mont Park. During 1989 he was the Clinical Psychologist in the Forensic Psychiatry Unit.
|Location||QLD Metro, Australia|
44 Ferry Street, Kangaroo Point
Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
|Start/End Date||28 Nov 2012 to 29 Nov 2012|
|Time||9:00am - 5:00pm both days|
|Notes||These workshops will present a comprehensive review of the structure, function and test operating characteristics of the recently published WAIS-IV, the WMS-IV and the Advanced Clinical Solutions (ACS) package and provide clinical guidelines for the use of these instruments in assessing cases of dementia, traumatic brain injury and psychiatric disorders. The aim of the workshop is to provide clinicians with sensible, psychometrically sound guidelines for conducting assessments of intelligence and memory in the clinical setting and to do so in a way that is both clinically and statistically meaningful.|
|Contact Name||Anchalee Hasty|
|Fax||02 9261 4975|