The DDP Network has published a summary paper by Kim, about Neuro-Physiological Psychotherapy (NPP).
Titled Neuro-Physiological Psychotherapy: An integrative therapeutic approach to working with adopted children who have experienced early life trauma, underpinned by the DDP model, it summarises “a series of three papers published in peer reviewed journals outlining the development and evaluation of the Neuro-Physiological Psychotherapy (NPP) model developed by Family Futures in London, UK.
The model uses a synergy of therapeutic approaches, underpinned by DDP, and delivered using a wrap-around approach which supports parents, schools and the professional network.”
The paper is available to download from the DDP Library, and the library entry includes references to the three original NPP published articles.
Family Futures has published an online feature about the latest of these NPP articles, relating the key findings and concluding that NPP “provides supporting evidence that a therapeutic intervention which is neuro-developmental and holistic in approach improved outcomes for children who had experienced developmental trauma and who had later been placed for adoption.”