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The neurosequential model of therapeutics.

@article{Perry2008TheNM,
  title={The neurosequential model of therapeutics.},
  author={Bruce D. Perry and Christine Dobson},
  journal={Reclaiming Children and Youth},
  year={2008},
  volume={17},
  pages={38-43}
}
Going beyond the medical model, The Neurosequential Model ofTherapeutics maps the neurobiological development of maltreated children. Assessment identifies developmental challenges and relationships which contribute to risk or resiliency. Formal therapy is combined with rich relationships with trustworthy peers, teachers, and caregivers. 
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