THE NEUROSEQUENTIAL MODEL IN CAREGIVING
The next LIVE Neurosequential Model in Caregiving Webinar is scheduled for April 15, 2019: Register HERE
This program is ONLY available for Arizona residents at this time.
The Neurosequential Model in Caregiving is a training program for foster, adoptive, and kinship families and the staff who support them in the child welfare and behavioral health systems. Dr Bruce Perry developed the model as an extension of the Neurosequential Model which explains the impact of child abuse, neglect, and other traumas on children’s brain development. Our goal is to increase caregivers skills in managing difficult behaviors and reduce out of home placement disruptions.
More useful information about the NMC Webinar Series
Click the images below to register for the archived webinars. Once registered, registration links are sent by email every week on Wednesday. Contact us at 602.252.9363 or email@example.com if you need the link sooner than that.
Archived Webinar #18: Secondary Trauma and Caregiver Burnout, Register HERE
Archived Webinar #19: Relational Sensitivity and State Dependent Functioning, REGISTER HERE
Archived Webinar #20: Self Care, Intimacy Barrier, and “Dosing” of Self Regulation, REGISTER HERE
Archived Webinar #21: Parenting Tips on Co-Regulation, Collaborative Problem Solving, and Relational Sensitivity, REGISTER HERE
Archived Webinar #22: The Stress Response and Sleep, REGISTER HERE
Archived Webinar #23: NMC Q&A Part 2, REGISTER HERE
Archived Webinar #24: The Stress Response, Sensitized Reactivity, and Co-Regulation, REGISTER HERE