This video provides a brief explanation into the Safe and Sound Protocol and how it is helpful to those with a variety of struggles.
This video explains the basic concepts of the Polyvagal Theory which is the foundational basis for the Safe and Sound Protocol.
This video is a little longer and gives a deeper explanation of the Safe and Sound Protocol and how it is a useful tool in a clinical counseling setting.
Dr. Black is an certified Safe and Sound Provider and provides this intervention to current clients or those that are referred by another counselor. The Safe and Sound Protocol is most effective when delivery in conjunction with another therapy modality. Please contact us to learn more about delivery method options including remote (at-home) delivery and pricing.
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