Introducing Polyvagal Theory in the Therapy Room
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Live on June 8, 13:00 EDT (New York)
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You will learn:
- What is polyvagal theory, and why has it become so popular in the therapy space?
- Why it’s important to bring the nervous system into the therapy process?
- How to begin to speak the polyvagal theory language and invite clients to become curious?
- How can polyvagal theory inform your practice even before you get trained in it?
The webinar will last for one hour. If you can't join us on June 8, don't worry. In a few days after the webinar, we'll email you the link to the recording with no time limit.
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See what others say about Deb
With seamless fluidity Deb Dana bridges the intuitions of a master clinician with the insights of Polyvagal Theory to formulate a powerful treatment model to guide the client on a journey from the abyss of helplessness to the empowerment of connectedness.Stephen W. Porges, Originator of the Polyvagal Theory
Deb Dana has a unique ability to translate complex neuroscience into a language that is not only comprehensible to psychotherapists but also provides new understandings and guidance for what they do. She is particularly adept at using Steven Porges’ important Polyvagal Theory to inform psychotherapy in general and the Internal Family Systems model in particular. I recommend highly her workshops.Richard Schwartz, Developer of Internal Family Systems Therapy