INPP (Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology) 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.
Since that time, using standardised tests originally used in medicine, INPP has developed reliable methods of identifying and assessing signs of neuromotor immaturity in children and adults and developed drug free, non-invasive methods of intervention. Aspects of the INPP method have been the subject of research, which has been published in peer reviewed journals (see research section)
Dr Peter Blythe (now retired) still acts as a part time consultant to INPP. Sally Goddard Blythe MSc. (Psych) is Director of INPP international. She is the author of six books on child development (see publications section) and is responsible for overseeing the provision of training in the INPP method to professionals from all over the world. Other practitioners working at INPP include:
Stephanie Perring BSc. (formerly a speech and language therapist)
Monika Bugalska MSc. (Psych)