Stephen J. Bradley, LICSW, LMHC is a Fellow of the Child Trauma Academy and has been on the adjunct faculty of Smith College School of Social Work since 2010, where he has taught a number of courses, currently an introduction to the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (Bruce Perry, M.D.).
He has been in private practice in Northampton, Mass. specializing in using NMT with youth and families struggling with the effects of developmental trauma. He is highly skilled and knowledgeable in the treatment of adopted children, adolescents, and adults, and in treatment of adoptive families. Earlier in his social work career Mr. Bradley worked for twenty years in non-profit agencies providing treatment, supervising, and directing intensive home based and residential programs in Massachusetts and Connecticut. He has had advanced training in the Gottman Approach Couples Therapy, in Narrative Therapy (Family Institute of Cambridge) and in DBT. He has a lifelong commitment to weaving social justice and anti-oppression frameworks into all areas of his work.
Mr. Bradley is author of a chapter in the forthcoming Routledge Handbook in the Clinical Treatment of Adopted Adolescents and Young Adults, entitled “When There Are No Words: Toward More Developmentally Attuned Treatment Interventions for Adopted Adolescents”
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