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(p. 85) Intervention and Consultation in Clinical Neuropsychology 

(p. 85) Intervention and Consultation in Clinical Neuropsychology
(p. 85) Intervention and Consultation in Clinical Neuropsychology

Greg J. Lamberty

and Nathaniel W. Nelson

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date: 20 January 2021

Chapter 6 discusses the circumstances under which neuropsychologists might provide treatment services, and how, as an assessment-oriented profession, neuropsychology has traditionally focused its efforts on diagnosis and consultation. It also covers how the changing practice landscape in professional psychology always affords opportunities to those who might be interested in diversifying their practices. Finally, it address how neuropsychologists’ knowledge of the unique concerns of patients with neurobehavioral disorders positions them particularly well to provide treatment services to individuals who are often clinically challenging and misunderstood.

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