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Here we talk everything Polyvagal and Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) related. Dr Porges has provided us with a revolutionary framework for understanding the connection between our autonomic nervous system and behaviour based on perceptions of threat or safety. The SSP acoustic intervention is an exciting new therapy helping people all around the world. We will explore topics to help us better understand our neurobiology and how that relates to recovery and optimal health.
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Welcome to episode 31. SSP as a Vagal Resonance Field Tuner for Healing with Paula Scatoloni. Today you are all in for an interesting conversation about the SSP and SSP group work; we talk about resonance and coherence in the body and between humans for attuned, present-moment connection. A little bit of background about Paula.... she has been on a…
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Welcome everyone to episode 30. Today's conversation is focused on the SSP for Kids. In my work supporting families with children who are experiencing challenges, whether that be neurodevelopmental or mental health-related; I have observed significant improvements following the SSP. I am also privileged to receive a lot of feedback from pediatric-f…
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Welcome to episode 29. I am so thrilled to share my conversation with Christine Dickson. Get ready to be inspired; hopeful, and think deeply about your Pathway in Life. "Christine Dickson is a Transformational Mentor, Clinical Hypnotherapist, and Equine Assisted Coach. She works with people to map out their vision and reframe their limiting belief …
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Welcome to Episode 28. What I really enjoy about hosting this podcast is the opportunity to meet authentic people passionate about their work and who are open to sharing their knowledge with you. In this episode, I speak with 6 .....yes 6 skilled Somatic Experience (SE) practitioners. To be honest I was a little concerned about how it would flow wi…
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Hello and welcome to Episode 27. Today I have a very rich discussion with Richmond Heath, Physiotherapist, about TRE ( Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises.) Richmond is the Executive Director of Trauma Release Australia and a Level 3 TRE trainer. He was responsible for bringing Dr David Berceli and TRE to Australia in 2011. Richmond also holds a…
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It is with the utmost pleasure I speak with Rebecca Bailey PhD. Polyvagal Equine Institute (PVEI) Founder. Dr . Bailey is a leading trauma therapist who specializes in complex case scenarios. She has over 30 years of experience in the field and continues to be dedicated to the notion that authenticity, common sense, and kindness are the most import…
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Welcome to episode 25. Today I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr Petria Thoresen, psychologist, from STAND for CHILDREN/Stand Tū Māia based in New Zealand. Integrated Listening Australia is the official Distributor of the SSP and Focus System for Australia and New Zealand and has been supporting STAND for a number of years. STAND began implement…
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Welcome to Episode 24. I have the pleasure of speaking with Michael Romeo, Clinical Psychologist, about Functional Neurological Disorder (FND). Michael has been practicing as a Clinical Psychologist for over 20 years. He began his career as an Adolescent Psychologist. He worked in Bali treating ex-patriates experiencing PTSD following the Bali Bomb…
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Welcome to episode 22. I have the utmost pleasure of speaking with Dr Arielle Schwartz, a licensed clinical psychologist located in Boulder, CO. Arielle offers training for therapists, maintains a private practice, and has passions for the outdoors, yoga, and writing. She is the developer of Resilience-Informed Therapy which applies research on tra…
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Please enjoy this interesting discussion about the impact of screen time on the developing brain. I am speaking with Doctors Rachael Sharman and Michael Nagel from the school of Psychology at Sunshine Coast University QLD Australia about their new book Becoming Autistic- How technology is altering the minds of the next generation. We discuss resear…
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Welcome everyone to episode 21. I am so happy to be revisiting the topic of EMDR in today's episode. I last spoke about EMDR in episode number 14 and it is by far the most popular. So my goal for today is to help listeners, both practitioner and layperson, learn more about the evidence-based EMDR therapy as well as discover how an integrated EMDR/S…
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Hi everyone, In this episode, I have the pleasure of speaking with the skilled practitioner Rachel Lewis-Marlow from the Embodied Recovery Institute. I first heard Rachel speak at the Polyvagal Institute Summit about a Polyvagal approach to working with eating disorders. It was so interesting that I had to have her share her knowledge with you as a…
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I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr Nina Kraus from Northwestern University about her work investigating sound processing in the brain and her new book "Of Sound Mind." Nina Kraus is Hugh Knowles Professor of Communication Sciences, Neurobiology, and Otolaryngology at Northwestern University. As a biologist and amateur musician, she thinks about…
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Liz is a medical doctor and an experienced provider of the Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) from Devon in southwest England. She specialises in the remote delivery of SSP for adults experiencing the effects of complex trauma and also offers professional guidance and SSP to fellow SSP providers internationally. Liz contributes to the SSP training mater…
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What we have been waiting for.......a place to learn all about the Polyvagal Theory and how to unravel key concepts to implement in life....family....pets.....education....medical work....legal system and clinical practice. Welcome to the Polyvagal Institute (PVI). I have the pleasure of speaking with the Executive Director, Randall Redfield all ab…
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Dr Porges early research career started when the science of psychophysiology was in its infancy. He studied heart rhythms, specifically the time interval between each heartbeat (Heart rate variability) which was recognized as a direct measure of vagal influences on cardiac function. He studied how this time interval varied in different states such …
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Hi everyone, Welcome to Episode # 15 Yes..... it's finally here....a new episode!! Today I have the utmost pleasure of speaking with Tracy Stackhouse, Occupational Therapist and Executive Director at Developmental FX a non-profit organization providing clinical and training services to engage and evaluate pediatric therapeutic practice. I loved my …
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It is with great pleasure to share with you my conversation with Dr Sarah Shubert. Sarah is a Clinical Psychologist, EMDR consultant and trainer, who works with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Sarah has a private practice and previously worked with complex mental health issues in Community treatment settings. Sarah is published in the …
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Wow, I know everyone is really going to gain an abundance of information from this episode. We have some exciting new developments with the release of the Digital SSP option and the new "Pathways" programming- and we talk about them both in this episode so don't miss out! I am so lucky to be accompanied by 3 amazing practitioners from different par…
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Today it is my great pleasure to again be speaking with Kim Barthel, Occupational Therapist, from "Relationship Matters" Canada. Some information about Kim... Instructor Kim travels widely as an instructor to a range of therapists, educators, special-needs care providers and parents. Her specialties in workshop instruction include Trauma-Informed P…
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When I thought about starting this podcast Michael was at the top of my list of people to speak with. I thoroughly enjoyed his book, "The Spaces Between Us." Reading it from a Polyagal lens I could not help but make many connections......I hope you do too! Please enjoy this incredibly interesting discussion with Micheal Graziano, Professor of Neuro…
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Please join Extra Lesson Healing Trauma Conference presenters - Mariane Judd, Annette Barone and Joanne McIntyre discuss key themes of the conference. Mariane explores the cases of children who are returning to school after being in lockdown due to the current pandemic and their struggles with self-regulation. We discuss strategies to support famil…
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Today it is my great pleasure to be speaking with Kim Barthel, Occupational Therapist, from Canada. Kim is a much-loved teacher, speaker and mentor to many. Kim has a gift for connecting diverse ideas, neuroscience and people in the service of supporting resiliency and health worldwide. Kim weaves the neurobiology of interpersonal relationships wit…
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I know it has been a bit of a gap since my last podcast release. There is so much in the media right now around COVID 19 I wanted to wait and really think about how to be apart of this space right now. I wanted my voice to remain directed at my goals of sharing information about the Polyvagal Theory, SSP, related topics about wellness and neuroscie…
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In today's episode Joanne interviews Dr Mariane Judd, a developmental psychologist from Canberra, Australia. Mariane reveals her approach which includes Extra Lesson, EMDR, LENS neurofeedback, iLs Focus and Pro as well as the Safe and Sound Protocol. With more than 30 years of experience as a practitioner, lecturing internationally and developing p…
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In this episode, Joanne interviews Deb Dana. Deb has a wonderful capacity to break down complex concepts and create a language that facilitates clinical application. Through her books and workshops, Deb teaches how to embody the Polyvagal Principles in therapeutic activities to create an environment of safety, and to promote self-awareness. She is …
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In part two, Joanne interviews the originator of the Polyvagal Theory and inventor of the Safe and Sound Protocol - Dr Stephen Porges. Link to Dr Porges website to learn about the Polyvagal Theory and related research. In this episode, Dr Porges discusses trauma and how the Safe and Sound Protocol can be blended with other therapies to support stat…
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In part one, Joanne interviews the originator of the Polyvagal Theory and inventor of the Safe and Sound Protocol - Dr Stephen Porges. Link to Dr Porges website to learn about Polyvagal Theory and related research. He discusses how he came to develop the Polyvagal Theory based upon his scientific inquisitiveness from being a 12-year-old clarinet st…
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Short promo for Episode 2 - an interview with Facebook group Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) - Parent Info. Forum creator Kimberly Grace Support the show Please support my work by sharing this episode with a friend or colleague:)Kimberly Grace
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Episode 2 is an interview with the creator of the Facebook Group - Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) - Parent Info. Forum. Hear Kimberly's experience of SSP with her own family and how she came to start the Facebook group for parents, which now has over 4500 members. Support the show Please support my work by sharing this episode with a friend or colle…
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An interview with Irena Woodward, Occupational Therapist and Director of Family Connections, Bangor [Sydney] NSW. Irena expands upon her Occupational Therapy practice and her influences regarding treatment, including the SSP and iLs Focus. She details her experiences with different individuals and their positive responses. Family Connections Paedia…
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