A biologically-respectful approach to treating children.

The Neurosequential Network develops and disseminates innovative programs and practice to improve life for children, families and communities.  The Neurosequential Model is a developmentally sensitive, neurobiology-informed approach to clinical problem solving. The model, developed by Bruce D. Perry, MD, PhD, is not a specific therapeutic technique or intervention. It is an approach that integrates core principles of neurodevelopment and traumatology to inform work with children, families and the communities in which they live.

 
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Neurosequential
Model of Therapeutics

This model is best utilized by mental health clinicians and organizations working with children & families.

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Neurosequential
Model in
Education

This model is best utilized by educators and schools/school districts working with children & families.

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Neurosequential
Model in
Caregiving

This model is best utilized by parents, foster/caregivers or professional childcare staff.

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Neurosequential
Model in
Sport

This model is best utilized by coaches/trainers working with children & families

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Model in
Early Childhood

This model is best utilized by clinicians working primarily with young children & their families

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Attend or Request a
Presentation

The Neurosequential Model Network, LLC provides an array of live & recorded trainings. View options in the link below.

The Neurosequential Model

Publications

Dr. Perry has published an extensively.  His work includes overviews, applications and outcomes related to The Neurosequential Model.  Our multimedia link below will take you to a variety of video content.  We will add published content over time.

 

The Neurosequential Network

3733 - 1 Westheimer Rd., #1039

Houston, Texas 77027

(833) 804-8880‬ or via email

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