The NM was developed by Bruce Perry, MD, PhD, a principal of the Neurosequential Network. Dr. Perry is an adjunct Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University. The NM is an approach to clinical problem solving that incorporates advances in developmental psychology, traumatology and neurosciences.
The NM “lens” allows clinicians and caregivers to better identify the strengths and vulnerabilities of a child, and target developmentally appropriate interventions to help restore more typical brain development. The NM process helps promote healthy brain development by addressing potential dysfunction in four functional domains (sensory, self-regulation, relational, cognitive).
The NM framework allows us to educate parents, teachers, caregivers, clinicians, and others in order to improve a child’s capacity to learn, build relationships, and regulate their emotions.
At Hull Services, clinicians are certified in the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) an intensive 150-hour training process to ensure fidelity to the NM.
At Hull Services, our Pathways to Prevention clinicians provide assessment, therapy and consultation services.
Our assessment and consultation services are self-referral and for professionals or caregivers interested in understanding how a history of developmental trauma can impact social, emotional, cognitive, and relational development.
Our clinicians are available to provide ongoing consultation or therapy.
Reimbursement for fees paid may be possible through your company’s health and wellness benefits, or employee and family assistance programs. To receive more information about trauma-informed care training, NM assessment, consultation, or to book a training session please contact our program coordinator.