Better state regulation improves therapeutic outcomes.
Help your clients progress with the Safe and Sound Protocol.
What is the Safe and Sound Protocol?
The Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) is an acoustic vagus nerve stimulator developed by Dr. Stephen Porges based on his Polyvagal Theory. The purpose of this auditory intervention is to help your clients access a physiological state conducive to well-being, positive engagement with others, and growth in learning and therapy.
By helping to access this calm and grounded state, the SSP promotes a neural platform for health, growth and restoration in patients experiencing the following challenges:
- Inattention and Focus
- Auditory sensitivities
- Behavioral Regulation and Resilience
- Physical Coordination and Balance
- Reading and Auditory Processing
- Speech and Language
- Social and emotional difficulties
- Trauma and PTSD
- Stressors that impact social engagement
- And many more
Learn more about the Safe and Sound Protocol
Have questions about how the Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) can be integrated into your practice to help your clients progress? Book a complimentary, personalized demo with our Program Consultants.
An introduction to the SSP from Dr. Stephen Porges
Hear from Dr. Stephen Porges, author of Polyvagal Theory, creator of the Safe and Sound Protocol, and Chief Scientific Officer at Unyte-iLs, about why the SSP is so impactful.
Is the Safe and Sound Protocol right for my practice?
The SSP integrates with existing therapies to treat patients in-clinic or remotely in a range of mental and physical health practices, including:
- Occupational Therapists
- EMDR Therapists
- Somatic Experiencing Therapists
- Trauma Counsellors
- ASD Therapists
- SPD Therapists
- Speech Language Therapists
- physical Therapists
This tool has been used to treat patients experiencing difficulties with emotional control, behavioural organization, and hearing and auditory sensitivities.
The SSP is an adjunct therapy meant to be used in combination with and to enhance existing treatment programs, so integrating into your clients’ treatment plans should be simple. Once patients are able to enter a regulated state of safety and calm by listening to the treated music served by the SSP, they become more receptive to other effective therapies.
This program can be administered in-clinic, at home, or remotely through our digital delivery platform.
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