Polyvagal Theory, Oxytocin and the Neurobiology of Love and Trust

Saturday 2 May 2020 - Dublin

The Therapeutic Use of the Body's Social Engagement System to Promote Feelings of Safety, Connectedness, Intimacy and Recovery

In this workshop Porges and Carter will demonstrate the clinical applications of their research into Polyvagal Theory and oxytocin and social behavior. Their scientifically validated advancements in neuroscience offer a new way of considering brain-body medicine. Safety is critical in enabling humans to optimize their potential.

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ONLINE BOOKING

Confer member: £120
Self-funded: £150
2 x Self Funded: £280
This ticket type is for 2 people. Please specify the name of the second attendee where prompted on checkout.
(IACAT, PSI, IACP, IAHIP, ICP, NAPCP and EEAI members): £140

FEES

Handouts and lunch included

Confer member: £120

Self-funded: £150

Self-funded: £140
(IACAT, PSI, IACP, IAHIP, ICP, NAPCP and EEAI members)

Self-funded x 2: £280

CPD

Certificates of attendance for 6 hours will be provided at the event

VENUE

National Museum of Ireland
Decorative Arts & History
Collins Barracks
Benburb Street
Dublin 7

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SCHEDULE

Saturday:
09.30 Registration and coffee
10.00 Start
11:15 Coffee
13:00 Lunch
15:00 Tea
17:00 End