A one-day introductory workshop on the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) is coming to Birmingham next Spring.
The Family Place is hosting the new course on Wednesday 4th March 2020 (9.00am to 5.00pm) at The Priory Rooms, Birmingham, B4 6AF. The cost for the day is £210.00 including lunch and refreshments.
For more information please visit the Training pages on the Family Place website. Spaces are limited, to reserve a place please email email@example.com as soon as possible.
“NMT (Dr Bruce Perry) offers crucial insights into how we can create neurodevelopmentally-informed and relationally-rich therapeutic interventions and educational activities for children, young people and adults who have been impacted by adverse developmental experiences, trauma and neglect. It can guide clinicians to decide which interventions (and in what order) will be most effective.
Participants will develop a basic understanding of how a neurosequential brain map informs the planning and pacing of therapeutic interventions and activities. Overall, this workshop will help participants determine how an individual’s strengths and vulnerabilities can inform an individually-tailored plan of treatment that matches developmental need. Time will be given to discuss the practical implications of the neurosequential model and participants will be offered the opportunity to present case examples from their own clinical practice.”
– Emily Barnbrook
The trainers for this one-day introductory NMT workshop are Roland Verdouw MD and Tony Bloemendaal, both NMT Mentors and Fellows of the Child Trauma Academy. The workshop on 4th March 2020 is the first to be held in England and Wales.
This announcement was brought to us by Dr Emily Barnbrook, a Practitioner in DDP and Clinical Psychologist at the The Family Place.