• Neurosequential Model for Education (NME)

    The Neurosequential Model in Education (NME) draws upon the NMT (a neurodevelopmentally-informed, biologically respectful perspective on human development and functioning) to help educators understand student behavior and performance.  The goals of NME are to educate faculty and students in basic concepts of neurosequential development and then teach them how to apply this knowledge to the teaching and learning process.  NME is not a specific “intervention”; it is a way to educate school staff about brain development and developmental trauma and then to further teach them how to apply that knowledge to their work with students in and outside the classroom, particularly those students with adverse childhood experiences. (From Dr. Perry's Child Trauma Academy). Dr. Bloomquist from the school district will provide NME professional development for school staff based on the Child Trauma Academy's curriculum. 

    • Dr. Bruce Perry
    • Available from Child Trauma Academy
      • District NME Certified staff trainer
    • Monthly staff development

    Neurosequential Model for Therapists (NMT)

    Similar to the NME model above, but specifically for therapists and counselors. 

    • Dr. Bruce Perry
    • Available through Saint A
    • Study modules
      • Self-paced