Dr. Randolph has lectured extensively both locally and nationally on a variety of topics.
Some examples include brain health, workplace wellness, positive neuropsychology, ADHD, nonverbal learning disability, executive function and dysfunction in students, differentiating depression from dementia, neuropsychology in primary care settings, and stress management.
He has also taught courses on promoting brain and cognitive health; physiological psychology; the psychology of aging; and clinical interviewing at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
For information on Dr. Randolph’s upcoming New Hampshire Psychological Association presentation on the science of brain health, please click here.
Please contact us if you would like Dr. Randolph to speak on these or related topics at your facility.
Understanding and Applying the Science of Brain Health (Fall Term 2019)
September 23, 2019 – October 28, 2019
Osher @ Dartmouth: Learn More
Cognitive Resilience in MS: Associations with Lesion Volume, Pain, and Smoking Status (Poster Presentation)
November 14, 2019
National Academy of Neuropsychology: Learn More