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After The Segment – M2S1

Referenced Resources

Case in Point

Discussion Starter Multi-Systems

Easy Reference One Sheet

Traumatized Brain at School

If you are interested in learning more about the Neurosequential Modeling in Education (NME) program and becoming district or school, contact NME Director Steve Graner at sgraner@childtrauma.org.

Regardless of where you are with your trauma-informed efforts, a book study using Dr. Perry’s book, The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog, is a great place to start.

Related Resources and Research

Resources

Child Abuse Definition

40_Child_Maltreatment

Addressingtraumaandotherbarrierstolearning

perry-handout-effects-of-trauma

Research

cognitive and academic functioning in maltreated children

neurobiological consequences of early stress and childhood maltreatment

PUTNAM-2006-Juvenile_and_Family_Court_Journal

Building Trauma-Informed Schools and Communities

Child maltreatment and the developing brain-

A review of neuroscience perspectives