Neurosequential Model

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The Neurosequential Model, developed by Dr. Bruce Perry, is a comprehensive approach to understanding and addressing the needs of individuals who have experienced developmental trauma, guiding the development of effective interventions that promote healing and resilience. This model aims to empower individuals to reach their full potential and lead fulfilling lives.

The Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics©

Have you or a loved one experienced trauma or adversity? The Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics© can help you heal, understand, and thrive. Developed by renowned child psychiatrist and neuroscientist Dr. Bruce Perry, NMT© is an evidence-based, trauma-informed, and brain-based approach to clinical problem solving.

How NMT© Works:

NMT© Can Help You:

NMT© Benefits for Everyone:

NMT© services are not just for children. Individuals of all ages who have experienced trauma or adversity can benefit, including:

NMT© Training Certification

The Neurosequential Network acknowledges that Open Hearts Family Wellness has completed NMT© Training Certification through the Phase ll Level. 

For more information on NMT Training Certification and the NMT Assessment Process, CLICK HERE.

NMC Training

The Neurosequential Model of Caregiving (NMC) Provides a comprehensive approach to caregiving, equipping caregivers with practical tools and strategies to support children’s emotional development. The potential benefits extend to both the children’s well-being and the caregivers’ satisfaction and effectiveness. This program is 6 weeks long, and currently offered through Telehealth with sessions in the morning and in the evening.

Benefits of NMC Training

Program Highlights

Module 1: Introduction to the Brain and Development

Module 2: Attachment

Module 3: State-Dependent Functioning

Module 4: Self-Regulation

Module 5: Caregiving and Teaching

Module 6: Self-Care

Who Should Attend

For your convenience, we offer morning sessions and evening Sessions to accommodate your busy schedule.

Interested in joining our next training session?

Please call us at 602-285-5550 or email to find out when our next training session is!

What Happened To You? Book Club

What Happened to You? by Dr. Bruce Perry and Oprah Winfrey is a reflective book that provides a guided space for reflection and processing past experiences.

At Open Hearts, we offer a book club where individuals can reflect, think about, and process some of their thoughts or emotions while getting the guidance of an NMT Assessor.

This isn’t just a reading group; it’s a dynamic and inclusive community designed for personal development and positive change.

Benefits of What Happened To You Book Club for Individuals

Increased understanding of trauma
The book blends personal stories with scientific research to explain how early experiences shape the developing brain. This approach helps you see the neurological impact of trauma, not just the emotional one.

Shifting perspective from “What’s wrong with you?” to “What happened to you?
“What Happened to You” encourages a growth mindset. By understanding how experiences shape us, you can take a more proactive approach to your personal development.

Promoting self-compassion and healing
By exploring the impact of childhood experiences on brain development and behavior and understanding these connections, you might gain new insights into your own patterns and reactions. You might recognize how past experiences influence your present self.

Building stronger relationships
By learning how childhood experiences shape people’s communication styles, emotional responses, and ability to trust and its connections, you can become more empathetic towards others’ actions and reactions. This can help you approach relationships with more patience and understanding, fostering stronger bonds.

Personal Enrichment
The book and the NMT Assessor offer tools and frameworks for healing from trauma. These tools can be valuable even if you haven’t experienced significant trauma. Learning about the brain’s response to stress and healthy coping mechanisms can empower you to manage difficult emotions more effectively.

Interested in joining our next book club?

Please call us at 602-285-5550 or email to find out when our next book club is!

Ready to Take the Next Step?

Contact us today to learn more about our programs and schedule a free consultation.