Monographic courses explore Neurocognitive Theory (TNC) topics in-depth. These courses are aimed at rehabilitators finished with the initial education process.
These courses circumscribe, deepen and update student knowledge on a particular pathology or neurocognitive instrument, as well as on the conduct of Neurocognitive Reasoning (see Neurocognitive Rehabilitative Records).
Through the monographic courses, the student will:
- Observe and interpret specific pathological behavior related to specific pathology, and also process patient Profiles, choice of Action to be Modified, and choice of theme or exercise.
- Learn new tools for exercises to change the patient’s actions.
- Gain expertise in Neurocognitive Reasoning that underlies the entire rehabilitation process on the topic addressed.
- Be able to integrate a particular aspect of Neurocognitive Reasoning into therapeutic procedures.
The monographic courses are taught by Neurocognitive Rehabilitators Teachers qualified at the Scuola Internationale and with experience in the topic.