Postdoctoral residents receive supervision both individually and in group format.
Postdoctoral residents receive supervision both individually (two hours minimum per week) and in group format (two hours minimum per week). Primary supervision is provided by licensed psychologists with extensive experience in neurodevelopmental disorders. Group supervision focuses on presenting cases, reviewing current research and methods, and discussing best practice intervention and assessment techniques. Each resident’s major rotation supervisor evaluates his or her progress every three months and provides written feedback every six months.