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I absolutely love your book Fractured Minds. I am currently taking a neuropsychology class where we discuss a chapter each week. It has really swayed my heart to pursue neuropsychology in the future and I just wanted to say thank you! It is also very inspiring to me that you are so available on your blog. Thank you for raising awareness and giving such helpful advice.
Jenni,your website is beautiful! It's great to hear of your dream life. Thanks for getting in touch with me - Mary Kabrich, Hawaii Writer's Conference.
All I can advise is to remember that although it is a long and difficult training it is worth it in the end! Check out carefully the psychology programmes you enroll in, and get good advice from staff in the graduate neuropsychology programme you hope to enrol in about what undergrad courses you should take. And read some of the great neuropsychology books out there; any university library that has a good up-to-date selection probably has a good neuropsychology programme reputation as well. There are also some excellent websites on neuropsychology and also brain neuroanatomy and function that you could play with and learn from to give you a great start. (Neuroanatomy is often one of the hardest parts of neuropsychology once you are in a programme, so becoming familiar with this will be very helpful.) Good luck and have a great career,
Hi! My name is Sheila and I love your page. I am an aspiring clincal neuropsychologist and I was wondering if you had any advice.