This text is intended to accompany lectures, workshops and seminars on basic Neuroanatomy. It will be particularly helpful for those who are interested in basic neuroanatomy but do not know how to begin. Medical students, trainee clinical psychologists and students of the health professions will benefit from an understanding of the basics of the structure of the brain as well as of its functions. The brain is incredibly complex yet by sub-dividing it and naming its parts, it becomes easier to comprehend. Mastering the basics, allows the reader to make a remarkable journey into this fascinating subject area.