Hospital for Sick Children

APPCN MEMBER SINCE 2008

 

TORONTO, ON, CANADA

Telephone: 416-813-5437
Fax: 416-813-8839

Laura Janzen, Ph.D., ABPP-CN
Department of Psychology
The Hospital for Sick Children 
555 University Avenue 
Toronto, ON Canada 
M5G 1X8
 

E-mail:   Laura.Janzen@sickkids.ca

For a detailed program description click on this link:
http://www.sickkids.ca/Psychology/Education-and-learning/Post-doctoral-fellowships/Neuropsychology-fellowship/index.html

Program will do interviews at INS in 2019: Yes

Policy regarding on-site interviews: On-site interviews prior to or following INS are optional and do not make an impact on rankings of applicants. Candidates who are not planning to attend INS should make arrangements for an on-site or remote interview.

2019 application deadline: January 2, 2019
2019 residency start date: September 3, 2019

Clinical neuropsychology residency openings for 2019: 1
Clinical neuropsychology residency positions: 2

Residency/fellowship positions in psychology: 3

Clinical neuropsychologists: 9
 
With ABCN/ABPP: 4 Full-time; 0 Part-time (see webpage for core training faculty information)
Other psychologists: 19

Graduate training of residency applicants:

Preferred: clinical psychology, clinical neuropsychology, school psychology
Not Accepted: experimental psychology

Primary emphasis: Pediatric Neuropsychology

Emphases of training opportunities:

Strong: neuropsychological assessment and neuropsychological consultation, multidisciplinary teams
Moderate: research, school consultation, medical consultation, supervision (by resident) of other providers
Weak: psychotherapy, rehabilitation, graduate teaching opportunities

Availability of patient populations:

Strong: stroke and cardiovascular disorders, neurosurgical, genetics/metabolics, epilepsy and epilepsy surgery, brain tumor, leukemia, sickle cell disease, prematurity and neonatal neurological complications, solid organ transplant, general neurology, racial/ethnic minorities, new immigrants

Moderate: neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1), rheumatological disorders, CNS infections, traumatic brain injury, comorbid ADHD / learning disabilities / autism, psychiatric disorders

Weak: adult and geriatric conditions, forensics

updated 11/01/18