Upcoming events

🇪🇸 🇬🇧 [Available in Spanish and English]Online Seminar with Deb Dana- Engaging the Rhythm of Regulation: Foundations of Polyvagal Informed Practice Part I

🇪🇸 🇬🇧 [Available in Spanish and English]Online Seminar with Deb Dana- Engaging the Rhythm of Regulation: Foundations of Polyvagal Informed Practice Part I

€833.33

European Seminar with Deb Dana. Engaging the Rhythm of Regulation: Foundations of Polyvagal Informed Practice Part I. Locations: The online platform of the Institute. Total Learning Hours: 30 hrs. Format: 15 hours pre-recorded video lessons (English, Spanish or Italian). PDF Transcripts for these pre-recorded video lessons (English, Spanish or Italian). 15 hours live consultations and online group practice through Zoom with Translation for Spanish speaking people and Italian speaking people.

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03 September 2020
🇪🇸 🇮🇹 [Available only in Spanish and Italian] Learning Labs, by Deb Dana

🇪🇸 🇮🇹 [Available only in Spanish and Italian] Learning Labs, by Deb Dana

An opportunity to deepen clinical practice for every therapist who wants to be informed by polyvagal theory. Learning Labs is presented by Deb Dana, LCSW. Deb Dana, LCSW is a skilled and recognized psychotherapist specializing in working with complex trauma. She is also the coordinator of the Post-Traumatic Stress Research Area of the Kinsey Institute Consortium in the USA. She is also the author of the training series on “The Rhythms of Regulation” which informs survivors of abuse and trauma about the Polyvagal Theory.

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01 October 2020
🇪🇸 🇬🇧 🇮🇹 [Available in Spanish, English and Italian] Neurobiology of Love and Human Relationships -Dr. Stephen Porges y Dr. Sue Carter Porges —

🇪🇸 🇬🇧 🇮🇹 [Available in Spanish, English and Italian] Neurobiology of Love and Human Relationships -Dr. Stephen Porges y Dr. Sue Carter Porges —

€200

IN COLLABORATION WITH ITACAT. Polyvagal theory, oxytocin, and the neurobiology of love with Dr. Stephen W. Porges and Dr. Sue Carter Porges. Safety is critical in enabling humans to optimize their potential. The neurophysiological processes associated with feeling safe are a prerequisite not only for optimal mental health and social behavior, but also for accessing both the higher brain structures that enable humans to be creative...

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05 October 2020