Masgutova Graduate School

Welcome to the Masgutova
Graduate School
of Neurodevelopmental

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The Master of Science in Neurodevelopmental Sciences targets an interdisciplinary population of health, counseling, wellness, and education professionals, or anyone interested in assisting individuals or groups overcome physical, emotion, or cognitive deficits. An emphasis is given to continued research and the development of  applying sensorimotor reflex integration and neuromodulation with their target population.

Celebrate Faculty and Staff Accomplishments

Celebrate Faculty and Staff Accomplishments

Natural disasters can be a difficult time in our lives. Our world has experienced many natural disasters lately, one of which were the devasting fires in Hawaii.

Three of our wonderful MGS instructor collaborated to provide a video to assist with trauma recovery during this difficult time and future events. 

  • Dr. Svetlana Masgutova developed the  protocol to support the survivors of fire catastrophes.
  • Isabelle Renard-Fontaine is featured demostrated the videos and collaborated on the video and content edits.
  • Dr. Elizabeth Forgione, served as the video editor and collaborated on the content edits.

It is our pleasure to share this with you.

Please select the link above to access the video or select the red play arrow on the video. 

About The Program


The Masgutova Graduate School of Neurodevelopmental Sciences offers a Master of Science degree focused on the integrating our primary reflexes as the foundational building blocks to support growth and development, manage stress and trauma, and overcome deficits in physical, cognitive, and emotional well-being.

This innovative method integrates the human sensory, motor, and brain processing systems to assist in regulating and processing the information needed to live our best life. This degree program provides application of the Masgutova Method, as well as in-depth theory and research.


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About The Research

Research is at the center of our dedication to advancing the field of Neurodevelopmental Sciences. Graduate students will use research to enrich their learning, as well as, conduct research that focuses on their desired population within the field.

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