Training for the Clinical Neuropsychology Residency Program (Westchester) is offered in accordance with the Houston Conference Guidelines and our program is affiliated with the Academy of the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology (https://aabnonline.com).
Our program is not a member of APPCN and does not participate in the APPCN match.
Mission Statement and Setting
The mission of the training program at Neuropsychology Westchester is to prepare individuals to excel in their careers as clinical neuropsychologists by providing them with a supportive and immersive training experience.
In our opinion, training at Neuropsychology Westchester effectively combines the resources and rigor of academic medicine with the sensibility and convenience of community based care. We believe this allows residents to succeed in a variety of different settings upon successful completion of the program.
Residents are viewed as valued members of our team, allowing them to feel supported even as they are challenged to develop increasingly advanced skills. We are strong advocates of work life balance and believe that an emphasis on self-care enables providers to better care for their patients.
Our program is based in High Point, NC and our faculty are members of the Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Group. There are currently three full-time faculty associated with our training program, two of whom are board certified neuropsychologists. Our patient population reflects the broad diversity present within the Piedmont Triad and surrounding areas, allowing residents to hone their skills working with diverse populations.