This web site will keep you updated with information about seminars, workshops, and lectures that Dr. Stephen W. Porges, Ph.D, will be conducting worldwide.
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How to know whether you're working with mammals or reptiles (and why it matters to your creativity). See Dr Porges's FAST COMPANY interview HERE!
Don't miss the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine's webinar series (linked here), which includes a seminar connecting the Polyvagal Theory to trauma patient therapy. The transcript of Dr. Porges' segment is now available for download HERE.
Somatic Perspectives on Psychotherapy has partnered with Dr. Porges for two interviews on the Polyvagal Theory. The transcript of his interview with Serge Prengel from SomaticPerspectives.com is available for download HERE (PDF), and Nancy Eichhorn has condensed her interview with Dr. Porges into an article available HERE (PDF).
We now have a Spanish translation of Dr. Porges' interview for NICABM with Dr. Ruth Buczinski available for download HERE.
Two of Dr. Porges' most influential articles, introducing the Polyvagal Theory and neuroception, have been graciously translated into Polish by the National Child Emotional Disorders and Traumatic Stress Network of Poland (NSLT). Download them in Microsoft Word format: Neuroception ; Polyvagal Theory
The US and European Associations for Body Psychotherapy have released a transcript of their conversation with Dr. Porges for their Somatic Perspectives series. Please visit SomaticPerspectives.com to read or listen to all the conversations in the series. You can also CLICK HERE for PDF download of the transcript.
For our Spanish-speaking visitors, we have an article from a special issue of "Revista de Enseñanza e Investigación en Psicologia", which includes a compilation of talks delivered by Dr. Porges and Dr. Carter at the National University of Mexico and the Mexican branch of the International Association for the Study of Pain. CLICK HERE for PDF download.
Tenemos el agrado de compartirles el archivo PDF de la Revista de Enseñanza e Investigación en Psicología (2011), Volumen Especial de 52 páginas titulado: “Avances recientes en la teoría polivagal y el papel de la Oxitocina en la neurobiología de la monogamia”, que es el producto de la serie de conferencia que impartió en la UNAM y en la Asociación Mexicana para el Estudio y Tratamiento del Dolor (AMETD) el Dr. Stephen W. Porges y la Dra. Sue Carter del “Brain-Body” centro de investigación de la Universidad de Illinois en Chicago durante su estancia en México durante el invierno 2009. Disponible para su descarga en PDF aquí.
Dr. Porges was interviewed by Dr. Ruth Buczynski of the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM) about the Polyvagal Theory's use in treating trauma. Transcript available here (PDF) and in the Popular Articles section.
Dr. Porges, in collaboration with Shrink Rap Radio, has released an audio podcast discussing key aspects of the Polyvagal Theory and the related Listening Project. It is available for listening and download at Shrink Rap Radio.