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If you think you would like to try Pathways Treatment Center for therapy, reach out to Amy Cameron, Katie McLaughlin, or Lourdes Santos to set up an initial consultation. 



The practitioner will help you to set up a FREE one-hour consultation.  During that consultation, you will be able to ask your questions and provide the practitioner with background information.



After the initial consultation, you can decide if you would like to receive therapy at Pathways.  At that point you will be able to schedule your appointments online.

  • How much is the initial consultation?
    It is free but must be scheduled by Amy.
  • How much are therapy sessions?
    $150/ session. Sessions are 50 minutes starting on the hour.
  • Do you take insurance?
    Unfortunately, no. I am a provider under the NCSEAA disability grant program.
  • Are there any options to help cover therapy costs?
    Pathways Treatment Center is a Provider under the NCSEAA Disability grant for those who have that coverage. A Bridge to Healing Foundation specifically matches some funding for MNRI therapy. More information can be found on their website ( Pathways also is able to take HSA and FSA credit cards.
  • How are we billed?
    Billing is done on the First of each month for the previous month’s sessions. I credit card or HAS/FSA card is kept on file and charged at that time. A paid invoice will be sent via QuickBooks.
  • Are parents allowed to observe sessions?
    Absolutely, parents are encouraged to be in the room and learning techniques for home programs.
  • Are any other services provided?
    Amy hosts a once monthly Pathways Mom Group, as well as a Facebook messenger chat.
  • Where can we look for more information about MNRI?
    Please check out Dr Masgutova’s website at
  • What is MNRI?
    MNRI stands for the Masgutova NeuroSensory Reflex Integration Program. MNRI is a series of developmental programs that begin with the proper integration of the basic neuro-sensory reflexes that are present at birth and later play important roles in all other aspects of development of the brain. To learn more, reach out to Amy.
  • What is a reflex?
    A reflex is a conscious or nonconscious response to input. Babies are born with reflexes that are tested at birth. The natural birthing process signals the brain to begin integration of the reflexes. When neural reflexes are properly integrated, it leads to normal development of communication, cognition, motor, and sensory abilities. To learn more, reach out to Amy.
  • What if reflexes are not integrated?
    A delay, omission or failure to complete any of the phases of reflex development affects the formation of future skills. As a result, appropriately matured neural networks are not created. Dysfunction or compensations develop, making the true function of the reflex unreliable during periods of stress. Non Integrated reflexes cause the person to function on a survival level, which in turn leads to a narrowing of attention span, a lack of cause-and-effect thinking, and poor control of motor skills, behavior and spontaneous movement. When primary reflexes are not integrated, it can lead to neurochemical and endocrine issues as well. To learn more, reach out to Amy.
  • How does MNRI work?
    MNRI systematically provides the brain with sensory input paired with the correct motor patterned responses. MNRI Specialists will assess how the person’s reflexes are functioning and design a specific plan for how to prioritize and implement a program. Parents are trained on how to do the MNRI work at home with their child with support from a specialist. To learn more, reach out to Amy.
  • What does MNRI "look" like?
    MNRI work is done on the body, giving sensory input and passive motor patterning. The child does not have to actively participate, and can even be asleep during implementation of MNRI. To learn more, reach out to Amy.
  • Is MNRI appropriate for adults?
    Absolutely. We work with adults who have anxiety, brain injuries, trauma, PTSD and many other neurological conditions. To learn more, reach out to Amy.
  • Is MNRI available in the Raleigh-Durham area?
    Yes! Contact Amy Cameron at Pathways Treatment Center at;
  • What is Craniosacral Therapy?
    Craniosacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle, hands-on intervention that supports optimal functioning of the nervous system. Practitioners use light touch to assess and improve fluid motion within the craniosacral system and the whole body. CST is a safe and effective way to help the body function more efficiently and support the body’s ability to heal. This bottom-up approach can be used to address a wide range of health issues as well as facilitating wellness across all stages of life. More information about CST can be found at To learn more, reach out to Katie.
  • What is the craniosacral system?
    The craniosacral system is made up of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves along with the bones, fluids and membranes that support and protect the nervous system. The craniosacral system is responsible for detoxifying, feeding, and protecting the nervous system; it also provides the network through which neurons communicate and send signals throughout the body. To learn more, reach out to Katie.
  • How is Craniosacral Therapy Performed?
    Craniosacral therapy is performed on a fully clothed body. The practitioner uses light touch, generally about the weight of a nickel, to feel areas in the body where movement is decreased, restricted or sluggish. The therapist applies light pressure to make structural changes that enhance the flow of cerebral spinal fluid within neural connections throughout the body. Often clients experience a sensations of heat release, muscle relaxation, fluid motion and calm alertness during their session. To learn more, reach out to Katie.
  • How does CST support MNRI?
    CST is a great support system for MNRI reflex integration. Neurons must be able to communicate with each other to create a reflex circuit. When nerve pathways are firing optimally, the brain is able to interpret information from the sensory and motor systems in the body to help integrate primitive reflexes addressed by MNRI. To learn more, reach out to Katie.
  • Who can Craniosacral Therapy help?
    CST can benefit anyone at any age; it is particularly helpful in newborns and infants. CST has been documented to show improvements in, but not limited to: Developmental Delays Tongue/oral ties Reflux High/Low muscle tone Motor & speech deficits Sleep problems Autism Sensory disorders Birth Trauma Frequent Headaches Anxiety Learning disabilities Vision deficits To learn more, reach out to Katie.
  • What is the Safe and Sound Protocol?
    The Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) is an evidence-based listening therapy designed to reduce stress on the nervous system and decrease sound sensitivities while enhancing connection, engagement, regulation and resilience. SSP helps retune the nervous system by listening to specifically filtered music that stimulates the Vagus nerve. To learn more, reach out to Katie.
  • How is SSP delivered?
    The SSP involves listening to specially filtered music through headphones alongside a provider in the clinic or remotely. To learn more, reach out to Katie.
  • Who can benefit from SSP?
    People who struggle with: Low frustration threshold Challenges around social engagement Aggression (yelling, hitting, throwing things) Hyperactivity Difficulty with staying on task or paying attention Anxiety Shutting down, people-pleasing, withdrawal, disengagement High sensitivity to or misperception of sounds or voices To learn more, reach out to Katie.
  • Where can I find more information about SSP?
    To learn more, reach out to Katie.
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