Polyvagal Theory, also called the “science of safety,” helps therapists understand the part the autonomic nervous system plays in trauma resolution. Because trauma is stored in the body, especially in the nervous system, you must first create an environment where your clients feel safe, so they can begin to self-regulate, open up and get to the root of the issues.
In this video, Deb Dana, who is widely credited with bringing Polyvagal Theory into clinical settings, reveals how the autonomic nervous system reacts to trauma. This will help you create that essential environment of safety to improve treatment outcomes with your clients.
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Polyvagal Theory is essential to successful trauma treatment.