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ResearchSSPPolyvagal Theory

The Listening Project At The ADD Centre And Biofeedback Institute Of Toronto

Multisensory programs for kids with mental disorders

Stephen W. Porges, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Summary: A research project will be conducted at the ADD (“Attention Deficit Disorder”) Centre and Biofeedback Institute of Toronto to evaluate the feasibility of the Safe & Sound Protocol (SSP) intervention in individuals with difficulties with autonomic and/or behavioral regulation. The SSP is designed as a “neural exercise” to reduce auditory hypersensitivities, to improve auditory processing of speech, and to improve behavioral state regulation. These improvements should translate into increase feelings of safety and calmness, thereby promoting improvement in social behavior.

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