Please join us for the "SSP Gathering:  Clinical

Observations and Insights for Optimizing the

Effectiveness of the Safe and Sound Protocol"

on 4/26/2019 - 4/27/2019 in Atlantic Beach,

Florida.  For more information, please click HERE


NOW AVAILABLE!

The "Safe and Sound Protocol" (SSP) is now available for professional use!   Dr Porges                           has chosen to work with Integrated Listening Systems (iLs) to introduce this product to the               therapy market.  iLs is a neurotechnology company that integrates music, movement and               language exercises for the purpose of improving brain function.  The SSP, formerly known                 as "The Listening Project Protocol" is based on more than 40 years of research                               investigating relationships between the autonomic nervous system and social-emotional               processes. The SSP protocol is designed to exercise the neural regulation of                                   components of the auditory system involved in listening with specifically processed                       music.

Research suggests that following completion of the intervention, individuals will have                             reduced auditory hypersensitivities, improved auditory processing, improved behavioral               and emotional regulation and will be better able to focus and attend in school, therapy                   and everyday life.

For more information, please click on the banner below!

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Click HERE to access Dr Porges' interview on tributariesradio.wordpress

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If you are a fan of podcasts and of gratitude, then check out the podcast that Dr Porges               recorded with @DaveAsprey on Bulletproof Radio:

https://blog.bulletproof.com/stephen-porges-573/

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Click HERE to access Dr Porges's interview with psychotherapists, Robbyn Peters Bennett and Amy C. Bryant on his Polyvagal Theory and how discipline effects children's behavior, physiology and emotional resilience.  Learn how to recognize your child's signals for when they're triggered, and how to get them back into physical and emotional regulation.

The Polyvagal Theory is also available in German.  Click on the book cover for more information.  For a review of the book (in German), please click HERE

To read more about the Polyvagal Theory, use the Articles menu on your left.

 

To learn more about Dr. Porges, CLICK HERE