Grande Prairie NMT
The Neurosequential Model (NM) is a revolutionary evidence-based practice based on the understanding of neuroscience and brain development. This model, developed by Dr. Bruce Perry and his team at The ChildTrauma Academy, has deepened our understanding of how we work with traumatized children and adults. By better understanding the core concepts of the NM, and utilizing that as the framework in which we understand our children and youth, we have increased our capacity to work with our clients, seeing a decrease in restraints and critical incidents, and increase in relational engagement, self-regulation, and staff satisfaction. By helping these children build the capacity to self-regulate using this approach, the children and youth have shown better access to higher-order thinking (executive function skills) and have increased retention and learning potential both in the classroom and in their home environment.
Learning objectives Day 1:
1.Gain an understanding of how trauma impacts brain development and the stress response system.
2.Gain an understanding of how this approach can be utilized in different settings to help manage the stress response system, improve a childs capacity for self-regulation and develop healthy relationships.
3.Provide an overview of what the NM approach looks like for caregivers across different program settings and using different Evidence Based Treatment modalities.
4.Provide an overview of how the NM has decreased restrictive practices and improved outcomes.
5.Small group discussion of a case with a completed nmt metric
Learning objectives Day 2:
1.Gain an understanding of how this approach can be implemented in different settings to help manage the stress response system, improve a child and familys capacity for self-regulation and develop healthy relationships.
2.Illustrate the importance of rhythm and relationship within various settings.
3.Provide an overview of what the NM approach looks like in practice across different contexts
Location: Grande Prairie, Podollan Inn & Spa 10612 99th Avenue, Grande Prairie, Alberta
Dates: June 7 & 8 2017
Time: 9:00-4:00 Lunch will be provided
Please register for each day by June 1, 2017
Contact: Emily Wang at firstname.lastname@example.org for all inquiries
Podollan Inn and Spa (View)
Grande Prairie, AB T8V 8E8
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