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Emotional Safety in the Therapy Room and Beyond: Tools and strategies for resourcing clients of all ages
Live Webinar | September 14 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm EDT
Join SSP Provider and Unyte Health mentor Laurie Belanger as she hosts an educational workshop through the University at Buffalo. This training will focus on providing therapists of all backgrounds and settings with a set of valuable and immediately practical tools and strategies for resourcing in session.
An Exploration of the Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) and Sensory Integrative Processing Occupational Therapy (OT/SIP) Combined Delivery Guidelines
Live Webinar | September 21 @ 1 pm ET
In this Clinical Conversations webinar, Unyte Health is delighted to host the expert panel of occupational therapists who developed the upcoming Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) and Occupational Therapy/Sensory Integrative Processing (OT/SIP) Combined Delivery Guidelines.
Integrating the Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) within a foster and adoption care organization — Alternative Family Services
Live Webinar | October 12 @ 12 pm ET
In this Provider Spotlight webinar, Unyte Health is excited to welcome Alternative Family Services’ CEO, Marsha Lewis, Mental Health Director, Tricca Hodges, LCSW and Brittany Ratiani, LMFT. Hosted by Rebecca Knowles, Director of Research and Education at Unyte Health, this webinar will explore the implementation of the Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) within the Alternative Family Services organization.
Dr. Stephen Porges and Seth Porges on Practical Applications of Polyvagal Theory and Their New Book
Live Webinar | October 30 @ 11 am ET
In this Clinical Conversations webinar, Unyte Health is delighted to host Dr. Stephen Porges, originator of the Polyvagal Theory and creator of the Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP), and his son Seth Porges. Join us as Dr. Porges and Seth dive into the experience and considerations of co-authoring their new book, Our Polyvagal World: How Safety and Trauma Change Us.
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