I'm in a bit of a dilemma as to what direction I want to take my future career. I'm a first year clinical psychology doctoral student. I also have a master's degree in family and marriage/Christian counseling. My conflict is trying to decide which direction I want to go towards with my career in the future. I'm genuinely interested in neuropsychology. I think neuropsychology is a really fascinating field, and I could definitely see myself enjoying a job where Im testing clients. On the other hand, I love doing traditional psycho/behavioral therapy with my clients. I don't think I would be very happy in a neuropsychology position where I couldn't do some type of therapy in treating my clients with their emotional and personal struggles in life. I know that finding a pre-doctoral internship or post-doctoral fellowship in neuropsychology where you could do therapy with your clients is very hard to come by. Thats not what Im concerned about here. That time only lasts a few years. Im talking about my career after my fellowship has ended and Im out in the field. For me finding a job where Im truly happy is the number one concern in my mind. Even though I know most neuropsychologists make good money, the money is very much a secondary concern for me. Ive been told by more then a few people that Im a talented therapist who does an excellent job with my clients. Ive also been told by others that I have real potential as a future clinical psychologist in therapy. If I go towards the direction of neuropsychology in my studies, I really want to be able to use the talent that God has given me as a therapist in some capacity. Does anybody have information about neuropsychologists who do both testing and more traditional types of therapy with their clients?