Where do neuropsychologists work?

Neuropsychologists most commonly work in acute settings, usually in regional neuroscience centres where their main focus is on the early effects of trauma, neurosurgery and neurological diseases. They also work in rehabilitation centres providing post-acute assessment, training and support for people who have sustained brain injury, or who have other neurological problems. Experienced neuropsychologists also commonly act as expert witnesses for the courts, and research is an important aspect of neuropsychological practice.