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Safe and Sound Protocol

Restoring calm and regulating your nervous system through sound-based therapy.

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You can feel more at peace.

The Safe and Sound Protocol is a 5-hour audio therapy program designed to calm your central nervous system, reducing symptoms of stress, sensory sensitivity, and helping your ability to self-regulate. 

Simply put, the SSP can help you feel better, think clearer, and improve your connection with others.

Who is it for?

The Safe and Sound Protocol can help people of any age. This non-invasive therapy can be used as part of your ongoing journey with your therapist or as a stand-alone treatment. 

It has been shown to be helpful for those with trauma, anxiety, sensory processing difficulties and people who are neurodiverse. 

What does it help with?

The SSP has been shown to help with:

- anxiety
- stress
- sleep problems
- improving ability to self-regulate
- emotional reactivity
- sensory overwhelm/overstimulation
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What is the science behind the SSP?

Author of the Polyvagal Theory, Dr. Stephen Porges developed the Safe and Sound Protocol.

When we feel safe, our nervous system allows us to feel calm, connected to people and our surroundings, and emotionally regulated.

When we feel unsafe, we enter what is commonly called a "fight-or-flight" state, mainfesting in symptoms such as rapid heartbeat, irritability, and shallow, fast breathing.

If we spend too much time in a dysregulated state, it can lead to feelings of depression, fatigue, and more. 
The SSP is designed to provide cues of safety to our nervous system, bringing us back to an emotionally-regulated state where we are better equipped to face life's challenges. 
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How does it work?

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Learn more about the Polyvagal Theory

Check out the helpful video below for more information on the Polyvagal Theory.

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