Life can be very tough for those who encounter cognitive impairments as a result of illness, brain damage, or the development of a mental health issue. Combining psychology and neuroscience, neuropsychology sheds light on how mental and behavioural disorders might present themselves. For individuals in the fields of psychology, psychotherapy, medical and biological sciences, teaching, research, or psychiatric nursing, this course is ideal.

You will gain a better grasp of how neurobiological processes affect a person’s personality, behaviour, and mental processes as well as the changes that might result from brain damage in this course.




individuals from Psychology and Related Disciplines

Learning Outcomes:

  • It will aid in a thorough understanding of Neuropsychology.
  • It ensures boosting the resume.
  • It opens door for you for different opportunities.
  • help by outlining key biological underpinnings of behavioural patterns in people and different diseases.

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  • MODULE 1: Introduction to Neuropsychology

    Module objective: To introduce the learners to the foundation and future scopes in career and research in neuropsychology

    • Application of Neuropsychology in the field of Psychology
    • Overview of the scope of Neuropsychology
    • Research methods in Neuropsychology
  • MODULE 2: Neuroanatomy

    Module objective: To introduce the learners to the nervous system and develop an understanding of the base of the subject.

    • Surface anatomy of CNS – Brain and Spinal cord; Internal anatomy of CNS-
    • Parts of the brain (Forebrain, Midbrain and Hindbrain), Cerebral cortex, Lobes
    • Structure of Spinal cord; Overview of Cranial Nerves and Spinal Nerves, CSF
    • Peripheral Nervous System
  • MODULE 3: Neurons

    Module objective: To introduce the learners to the functional unit of the nervous system, its structure and supportive structures present to build the understanding of impulse conduction in the next module

    • Structure of Neurons
    • Types of neurons: Afferent, Efferent and Interneurons
    • Supportive Cells: Glial cells and Satellite cells
    • Myelination of neurons; Defects in myelination and diseases related to it
    • Synapses
  • MODULE 4: Neural Signalling and Impulse Conduction

    Module objective: To introduce the learners to the process of impulse transmission and the chemical involved in the process

    • Synaptic Transmission Neurotransmitters, Role of Neurotransmitters, Types of Neurotransmitters: Adrenaline, Noradrenaline, Dopamine, Serotonin, GABA, Acetylcholine, Endorphins
    • Neurotransmitter Receptors
    • Resting Potential, Action Potential, Ion channel and Membrane Potential, Calcium ions in neurotransmitter release.
    • Synaptic Plasticity
  • MODULE 5: Neuroanatomical Basis

    (Module objective: To introduce the learners to the functions of the nervous system)  

    • Memory  
    • Attention  
    • Language  
    • Emotion  
    • Sleep  
    • Perception 
  • MODULE 6: Dysfunctions and Disorders

    (Module objective: An overview of the dysfunctions and disorders of the nervous system caused due to prenatal development/genetic/ageing/traumatic brain injury)  

    • Agnosia  
    • Apraxia  
    • Execute functioning  
    • Neurodevelopmental disorders (Autism Spectrum Disorder, Learning Disabilities, Cerebral Palsy, Intellectual Disability)  
    • Neurodegenerative disorders (Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Spinal muscular atrophy, etc) 
  • MODULE 7: Neuropsychological Assessment and Rehabilitation

    (Module objective: An overview of neuropsychological testing, identification and treatment plans for neuropsychological dysfunctions and disorders)  

    • Goals of the Assessment and overview of Interviewing for brain impairment and history taking  Intelligence Testing  
    • Cognitive Functions testing  
    • Executive function testing  
    • Language, Motor Visuo-spatial and Comprehension Testing


Holistic approach towards psychological and educational needs

Internationally & Nationally accredited Courses

Different types and modalities of therapies.

Experienced and Qualified Facilitators and Staff

Hands-on Practical Exposure with One to One Emphasis

Queer affirmative and trauma informed psychologists


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