The Neurosequential Network acknowledges that Danett Williams has completed NMT Training Certification through the Phase I level. For more information on NMT Training Certification and the NMT Assessment Process, click here.
Hope in Schools is an NMT trained provider. The Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics was developed by Dr. Bruce Perry's Child Trauma Academy. It is a brain-based approach and organizing framework that helps providers understand when to utilize and apply certain interventions. Hope in Schools is uniquely one of only two NMT trained providers in the city of San Francisco.
Hope in Schools: Psychoeducational Services, Inc.
My passion is to provide culturally competent attachment-based therapeutic and diagnostic services. I look at the etiology of the whole child when working with them, examining and including neurodevelopmental factors, along with gathering a comprehensive family history for any contributing information regarding your child's presenting difficulties. I use such data to complete thorough IEP evaluations including learning disabilities testing for schools, diagnostic psychological assessments, or when determining the proper course for counseling. I can also utilize neurosequential information to help discern your child's needs and am trained in the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics.
To provide a basic understanding of trauma and the brain, watch a recent interview between
Dr. Bruce Perry and Oprah Winfrey below.
Serving the San Francisco Bay Area
165 Arch Street, Redwood City, CA 94062
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