The NMT Case-Based Training Series are sets of clinical case conferences led by Dr. Bruce Perry and attended by participants via the Internet. This teaching model has been useful for helping clinicians and frontline staff better understand the neurodevelopmental principles involved in many of the primary symptoms, as well as strengths, they see in the children they serve.
The 2012 Winter NMT Series consists of ten 90-minute sessions for a total of 15 training hours. Participate as an individual or as a group.
NOTE: No pre-requisite courses are needed to attend.
Recordings will remain available for 1 year following enrollment. Recordings may be stopped, paused and/or replayed.
Session 1 - Overview of the NMT and Web-based NMT Metrics
Session 2 - Psychopharmacology
Session 3 - Sleep problems and maltreatment
Session 4 - Neurodevelopmental 'wisdom' of Indigenous healing practices
Session 5 - Encopresis and fecal smearing
Session 6 - Physical activity as a therapeutic tool
Session 7 - Music and the brain
Session 8 - Neurobiology of empathy
Session 9 - Secondary trauma
Session 10 - Course survey and feedback
After making this purchase, please allow 24 - 48 hours for your account to be created. The named (or lead) participant will receive an email with access information. A paid invoice will be emailed separately.
For Beginners - 2012 Winter NMT Series
Each individual subscriber will receive access to the recordings in this series and will include a case abstract and metric for each session. All sessions must be purchased as a set.
The organization will identify a Moderator to convene a group (of up to 25 participants) into a single space for each session, logging in from a single computer which may be displayed using an LCD projector. Moderators will access the case abstract and metric to distribute via email for each session. All sessions must be purchased in a group.
By purchasing this subscription, I affirm that all of the participants in this (whether it be an individual or a group) will be reminded that the content discussed and distributed is confidential and is only provided as part of this case-based training experience. All communications should be viewed as “Privileged Communication” unless otherwise specified. I also understand that content provided about the NMT Clinical Practice Tools, Report and Functional Brain Map are subject to Copyright and may not be copied, adapted, redistributed or distributed beyond their immediate clinical team or used in any way without specific, written permission by The Neurosequential Network. I understand that the sessions will be recorded and distributed by The Neurosequentila Network for educational purposes. The purchase of this subscription acknowledges this understanding and indicates that all participants accept the conditions as described herein.