The Neurosequential Model (NM), developed by Dr. Bruce Perry, is the trauma-informed approach utilized by our team. NM is a developmentally sensitive approach to trauma treatment, rooted in relational practices that create significant positive impacts on brain development.
Mount Saint Vincent Home is Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) Phase II Certified. We are able to offer state of the art training focused on helping children and families begin to heal from the impacts of trauma. Our expertise in understanding trauma-informed care allows us to provide education and support based in the NM framework.
Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) Metric
Our staff of highly trained clinicians are able to complete a comprehensive trauma assessment that offers the building blocks to individualized care.
Mount Saint Vincent’s team of professionals are educated in brain development to better support the needs of survivors of trauma. Our knowledge of how trauma impacts the brain, enhances our ability to meet the developmental needs of children.
Access to NM Community
Mount Saint Vincent works as part of a large multi-disciplinary team of experts in trauma-informed care. We aim to inform and educate all of the important aspects of a child’s life, including family, teachers, coaches, communities of faith, and many others, necessary to begin the healing process for children.