Introduction to INPP

At INPP, we look behind and treat the symptoms of Neuro Developmental Delay (NDD) by identifying the source of the problem.

Following a complete assessment of you or your child, we can treat and evaluate problems that frequently underlie specific learning difficulties, including:

All of the INPP treatments are drug-free and non-invasive. To find out more about how INPP can help contact our team for more information, or request a detailed brochure.

About INPP

INPP was set up in 1975 by PhD Psychologist Peter Blythe to research into the effects of immaturity in the functioning of the central nervous system on learning outcomes, emotional functioning and behaviour. More information about INPP can be found on our About Us page.

“INPP is an apolitical organization. It does not reflect or support any political, cultural, social or religious ideology or the personal views of its members or former members”.

Latest News

Is every child ready for school? – An Open Lecture to be held on Thursday 1st May 2014

  Is every child ready for school? Looking beyond the symptoms Open Lecture Thursday 1st May 2014 7.15pm Room CBE013, The Beswick Building. University of Chester. Parkgate Road, Chester. Admission £5 A growing body of evidence suggests that there is a rise in the number of children starting school with immature motor skills, which hinder their ability Read More

Mother-child bond is being eroded by our society

Director of INPP Ltd, Sally Goddard Blythe talks to Conservative woman about how the mother-child bond is being eroded in our society.