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Neurosequential Model in Reflection & Supervision Training  Sep 27-29, 2022

Neurosequential Model in Reflection & Supervision Training Sep 27-29, 2022

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3-Day (12-HOUR) NMRS BOOT CAMP (SEPTEMBER 27, 28 & 29, 2022) PLUS 6-months of continuing content

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Training in the "Neurosequential Model in Reflection & Supervision" (NMRS)

Developed by Drs. Kristie Brandt and Bruce Perry

3-DAY (12 HOUR) NMRS BOOT CAMP (4 Hours each day SEPTEMBER 27-29, 2022) + 6-MONTHS OF CONTINUING CONTENT

TRAINING IN THE "NEUROSEQUENTIAL MODEL IN REFLECTION & SUPERVISION (NMRS)" DEVELOPED BY DRS. KRISTIE BRANDT AND BRUCE PERRY

The 12-hour (3 days/4 hours each day) Boot Camp training on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, September 27, 28 & 29, 2022 from 2p-4p Pacific Time each day will include didactic and experiential learning on both functional neurobiology and concepts related to reflection. Prior Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) training IS NOT required in order to enroll in this training. IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are in the NMT Phase III/Mentor training and no Mentor slots appear for registration, please email PICIinfo@mail.com

The Neurosequential Model in Reflection & Supervision (NMRS) is an outgrowth of Dr. Bruce Perry's Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT). Training in the NMRS is designed for providers responsible for or moving into the role of providing reflective supervision for groups or individuals of all disciplines. Reflection is the wellspring for problem solving, generating new ideas, perspective change, invention, advancing ones professional work, processing experiences, etc. Supporting others in this process is guided by awareness of the stress response systems, and attention to regulatory states, co-regulation, and state dependent functioning.

The Boot Camp will launch a 6-month NMRS learning process detailed below:

TRAINING COMPONENTS (46 hours) included in registration fee:

12-hour NMRS Boot Camp from Three-Day (4 hours per day) on the following dates: Wednesday, 9-27-22 from 2p-6p Pacific Time Thursday, 9-28-22 from 2p-6p Pacific Time Wednesday, 9-29-22 from 2p-6p Pacific Time This 3-meeting Boot Camp is a live online learning experience led by Drs. Kristie Brandt and Bruce Perry, and launches the 6-month NMRS learning process.

Consolidation Session: Monday, October 10, 2022 2p-4p Pacific Time A live online learning session for all participants led by Dr. Brandt to process concepts presented at the Boot Camp.

Participating in six 1-hour NMRS Sessions: One Monday per month for six months on the following dates: October 24, 2022; November 14, 2022; December 5, 2022; January 2, 2023 (in some countries this may be a national holiday); February 6, 2023; and, March 6, 2023 Registrants will choose a time slot at registration. Time slots available are the following: 10a-11a, 11a-12n, 12n-1p, 2p-3p, 3p-4p & 4p-5p (all Pacific time).

YOUR TIME SLOT WILL BE CHOSEN WHEN YOU REGISTER. Original time slot chosen at registration may be changed provided there is another time slot opening available. To change times if you have already registered, you must cancel your first registration and re-register in the new Reflective Session time slot. PLEASE NOTE THAT IN THIS CASE, SOME OR ALL OF THE EVENTBRITE PROCESSING FEES MAY BE LOST FOR THE INITIAL REGISTRATION. Once NMRS reflective sessions start, your NMRS time slot choice cannot be changed. IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR REGISTRATION: If too few registrants enroll in a given session, participants may be asked to move in order to balance the participant numbers in all reflective practice groups.

Providing NMRS October 2022 through March 13, 2023: Provide at least six 1-hour NMRS sessions for an individual or groups of 8 or fewer. For those in NMT Phase II or III training, this section is expected to be fulfilled by providing reflective support for NMT Phase I or Phase II learners in implementing NMT concepts. (Note: this step is omitted for those not planning to provide reflective support for others.)

Viewing Videos 10-24-22 through 3-13-23: 7 hours of independent viewing and analyzing of reflective support videos with links provided after the Boot Camp.

Reading 10-24-22 through 3-13-23: 8 hours of independent reading related to reflection and reflective support (links provided after the Boot Camp).

Processing Session Provided (due 3-13-23): Viewing, listening to, or reading the transcript of a segment of an audio or video session and conducting an analysis of the content. A brief written overview will be due by March 13, 2023.

Closing Workshop 3-20-23: 12n-2p (Pacific): This session will conclude the NMRS training, and will include review of course content, evaluation, and individual reports of providing reflective support using the NMRS.

Sessions are all live on a Zoom platform. All live sessions using Zoom with links sent at least 24 hours prior to the session. Participants are expected to attend these sessions with video camera on, be visible throughout the training (with the exception of breaks, lunch, bio breaks, etc.), and have a private location for participation without interruption. Guidelines for video participation in both training and Reflective Supervision sessions will be sent to registrants.

This training is for end users providing reflective support for groups and individuals. It is not a NMRS train-the-trainer workshop, and materials for training others will not be provided. Participants must complete all components in order to receive a Certificate of Training Completion.

Cancellation policy: A full refund will be provided any time up to September 16, 2022 at 12n Pacific time. From 9-16-22 at 12:01a Pacific time through 9-21 at 12n Pacific time a 50% refund will be provided. No refunds provided at 12n on 9-21-22 regardless of the cause for cancellation.

All live sessions are online using Zoom with links sent at least 24 hours prior to the session. Participants are expected to attend these sessions with video camera on, be visible throughout the training (with the exception of breaks, lunch, bio breaks, etc.), and have a private location for participation without interruption. A guideline for video participation will be sent to registrants.

REGISTRATION FEES: $1,500 for those NOT enrolled in NMT Phase III-Mentor training, and $1,000 for those currently enrolled in NMT Phase III-Mentor training. For an enrollment discount code, please contact Emily Perry at the Neurosequential Model Network: etp@neurosequential.com For all other questions, you can email Dr. Kristie Brandt at: PICIinfo@mail.com
CEs are not being offered for this training. A Certificate of Training completion will be provided for those that complete all elements of the 6-month training. No other attendance verification is provided for individual elements of the training.

ABOUT DR. BRUCE PERRY: Bruce Perry, MD, PhD, is an internationally renowned psychiatrist, neuroscientist, and traumatologist. Dr. Perry is the Senior Fellow of the ChildTrauma Academy, Principal of The Neurosequential Network, and author of the best selling book What Happened to You (with Oprah Winfrey, 2021), The Boy who was Raised as a Dog (2008 & 2017) and Born for Love: Why Empathy Is Essential & Endangered (2011). He teaches and trains around the globe on issues related to child trauma, maltreatment, and other adversity, and the ways in which adults can help children heal and recover. He developed the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) and has trained thousands of clinicians worldwide in this approach to understanding and treating the effects of trauma. Email: info@neurosequential.com

ABOUT DR. KRISTIE BRANDT: Kristie Brandt, NP, CNM, MSN, DNP, is internationally known as a teacher, consultant, and clinician. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics VF, U.C. Davis School of Medicine, founding director of the Parent-Infant & Child Institute, a ChildTrauma Academy Fellow, and a NMT Mentor. She is also the founder, director & chief faculty of the U.C. Davis CPE Napa Infant-Parent Mental Health Fellowship, a National Touchpoints Trainer for Brazelton Touchpoints Center, and NBO trainer with the Brazelton Institute. She is endorsed by the MI-AIMH as an Infant Mental Health Mentor-Clinical, and in California as an Infant-Family & Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist & Mentor. She is the lead editor of the book Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health: Core Concepts & Clinical Practice (2014). Email: PICIinfo@mail.com

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