Respect Your Client & Their Story with Bruce Perry, MD, PhD
This month I’ve been posting some of my favorite episodes of the year.
Of course Dr. Bruce Perry is going to be on that list!
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Ever since I read Dr. Perry’s book, The Boy Who Was Raised As a Dog, I was hooked. A lot of things started to make sense to me, in terms of what it means to work with those who’ve been impacted by trauma, and what it means to help, to heal, and to guide.
Dr. Perry is a child and adolescent psychiatrist and neuroscientist.
He is a senior fellow at the ChildTrauma Academy and an adjunct professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Northwestern’s Feinberg School of Medicine.
In addition to having written more than two hundred scientific articles, Dr. Perry has coauthored with Maia Szalavitz two books for general audiences: The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog: And Other Stories from a Child Psychiatrist’s Notebook and Born for Love: Why Empathy Is Essential — and Endangered.
In This Episode
I wanted to bring Dr. Perry back to talk specifically about The Neurosequential Model (a neurodevelopmentally-informed, biologically respectful perspective on human development and functioning).
And this we do!