SACNA




SACNA is a peer-credentialed association of psychologists in South Africa, who aim to promote and stimulate interest in the field of neuropsychology, while maintaining standards in neuropsychological practice. This is achieved by ensuring that its full members have demonstrated knowledge and competence in the field, by way of examination and peer review.

In addition, SACNA's intention is to promote the professional development of clinical neuropsychology in South Africa,

  • through encouraging participation in training and CPD activities,
  • through maintaining regular meetings at regional levels attended by psychologists and related professionals,
  • through hosting a national bi-annual conference, and
  • through liaising and consulting with the HPCSA Professional Board for Psychology, and other bodies pertinent to the practice of neuropsychology in South Africa.

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  • Dr. Coenie Hattingh Lectures: Dr. Hattingh will present a series of lectures in November in the major metros of Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban and Bloemfontein.
 
  • INS 2017: SACNA is proud to announce it's involvement in hosting the International Neuropsychological Society's mid-year meeting in 2017. The conference will run from 05-08 July in Cape Town. Watch this space for more details.
 
  • NEPSY II Research: Test translations are now available to Full members, and can be access on the Resources page. This test has been translated into 6 different South African official languages. A big thank you to Dr. Sharon Truter for her enormous efforts in this area of research.
 
  • SACNA Online Course: Working in Under-resourced settings. Assignments have been marked and results have been emailed. Please email nicky@sacna.co.za if you have not received your results.



Bloemfontien Workshop by Dr. Coenie Hattingh 26 November 2016- A practical approach to making neuropsychological sense of brain scans.

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R550.00 for Non Member
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Bloemfontien Workshop by Dr. Coenie Hattingh 26 November 2016- A practical approach to making neuropsychological sense of brain scans.

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R250.00 for Student member
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Bloemfontien Workshop by Dr. Coenie Hattingh 26 November 2016- A practical approach to making neuropsychological sense of brain scans.

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R450.00 for Full member, Associate member, Subscriber member, Student member and Honorary member
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Durban Workshop by Dr. Coenie Hattingh 27 November 2016- A practical approach to making neuropsychological sense of brain scans.

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Durban Workshop by Dr. Coenie Hattingh 27 November 2016- A practical approach to making neuropsychological sense of brain scans.

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Durban Workshop by Dr. Coenie Hattingh 27 November 2016- A practical approach to making neuropsychological sense of brain scans.

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R450.00 for Full member, Associate member, Subscriber member, Student member and Honorary member
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CT Workshop by Dr. Coenie Hattingh 23 November 2016- A practical approach to making neuropsychological sense of brain scans.

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CT Workshop by Dr. Coenie Hattingh 23 November 2016- A practical approach to making neuropsychological sense of brain scans.

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CT Workshop by Dr. Coenie Hattingh 23 November 2016- A practical approach to making neuropsychological sense of brain scans.

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R450.00 for Full member, Associate member and Subscriber member
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Johannesburg Workshop by Dr. Coenie Hattingh 24 November 2016- A practical approach to making neuropsychological sense of brain scans.

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Johannesburg Workshop by Dr. Coenie Hattingh 24 November 2016- A practical approach to making neuropsychological sense of brain scans.

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R550.00 for Non Member
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Johannesburg Workshop by Dr. Coenie Hattingh 24 November 2016- A practical approach to making neuropsychological sense of brain scans.

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R450.00 for Full member, Associate member and Subscriber member
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