How our biological need to connect influences our ability to learn, to trust, and to socialize: Implications of Polyvagal Theory in the classroom
Using the body’s social engagement system to promote feelings of safety, connectedness, intimacy, and recovery from threat and chronic stress.
A workshop with Dr. Stephen Porges and Dr. Sue Carter (USA).
Clinical Applications of the Polyvagal Theory: The Transformative Power of Feeling Safe
Polyvagal Theory, Oxytocin, and the Neurobiology of Love and Trust: The Therapeutic Use of the Body's Social Engagement System to Promote Feelings of Safety, Connectedness, Intimacy and Recovery
A workshop with Professor Stephen Porges and Professor Sue Carter
Clinical observations and insights for optimizing the effectiveness of the Safe and Sound Protocol. This convening is a unique shared learning experience that will foster opportunities to share clinical observations and insights on how to optimize the effectiveness of the SSP.