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Safe & Sound Protocol

The Safe and Sound Protocol, or SSP, is a non-invasive application of Polyvagal Theory, based on decades of research and developed by Dr. Stephen Porges.

The SSP pathways are designed to help the nervous system to better receive, process and respond to the cues and signals from the world around us. This helps us learn how to more easily and consistently feel better regulated in the face of life’s challenges.

SSP is designed to wake up, exercise and open the nervous system, to build capacity and achieve reduced sensitivity and a more resilient physiological state.

Dealing with: Anxiety, problems with sleeping, concentration and memmory, general tention in nerve system. The SSP’s effectiveness has been proven in a wide range of studies, most notably in two clinical trials involving children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Trial participants demonstrated statistically significant improvements in:

Emotional control, behavioral organization, hearing sensitivity and listening

How does a session look like: The complete SSP program comprises 3 main pathways: Connect, Core, Balance. Each of the SSP pathways is composed of different filtered, unfiltered and calming 5-hour music playlists for either children or adults. In remote session is required external head set. 

More abut the metod: https://integratedlistening.com/ssp-safe-sound-protocol/

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