Polyvagal

Polyvagal Theory, Oxytocin and the Neurobiology of Love and Trust

With Stephen W. Porges, PhD and Sue Carter, PhD

Recorded Saturday 8 June 2019

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.

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ONLINE BOOKING

Confer member: £48
Self-funded: £60

FEES

Confer member:
£48
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Self-funded:
£60

Test and Certificate of Attendance (available soon):
£36

CPD

A certificate of attendance may be applied for (5 hours CPD) on the basis of passing a multiple choice questionnaire. (Coming soon)

SCHEDULE

Professor Stephen Porges
Polyvagal Theory and Connectedness

Professor Sue Carter
The Oxytocin Hypothesis: The Biochemistry of Love and Trust

Discussion and Q&A