Steve Graner: Child Trauma Academy’s Neurosequential Model in Education (NME)

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Steve Graner: Child Trauma Academy's Neurosequential Model in Education (NME)

Steve Graner, a former middle school teacher,  describes the work of the Child Trauma Academy and the Neurosequential Model in  Education (NME). This model has been implemented in California schools with positive  results. Mr. Graner describes the program in detail and explains the successes that have been seen. Specific components of the program and the data collected are also  presented. In addition, Mr. Graner describes the boot camps in NME that are available  to teachers. 



The digital MP3 recordings and PDF Transcripts of the 2017 Educating Traumatized Children Summit.

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