Polyvagal Practice Group
“Polyvagal Theory is the science of feeling safe enough to fall in love with life and take the risks of living.” Deb Dana
Join a Polyvagal Virtual Group
- Learn more about the Polyvagal Theory and application of polyvagal exercises
- Work with a polyvagal partner to build safety and accountability
- Use weekly sessions to answer questions and practice new skills
- Set an intention to be curious and expand your awareness
Using Polyvagal Informed skills you begin to self-regulate and co-regulate to people with an anchor in safety and connection.
- Increase your awareness of your biological response to situations
- Maintain an anchor in connection and safety despite the situation
- Manage anxious and depressed emotional states
- Build a toolkit of ways to self-regulate
- Become a reliable partner in co-regulation
- Live the life you long for
- The group meets weekly on Zoom for a minimum of six months
- The cost of each session at $50/90 minutes will be billed weekly.
- Enrolled, group members are responsible for paying whether or not they attend.
- We meet Friday mornings from 8-9:30 am ET
- We break into rotating small groups
- Each member is also assigned to an ongoing quad group
- Each session consists of an educational portion, an exercise, practice time, feedback, and discussion
- There are exercises assigned for practice between sessions
- Content sessions will be recorded and available for members to review. (small groups will not be recorded)
Register for your spot in the group below. There are 20 slots available on a first-come basis.
- New Content (lecture/demonstration)
- Group feedback and response
- Small group practice
- Group sharing
- Assign new practices between sessions
Our Cancellation Policy
- Space is considered “reserved” after you have registered. You will be notified when registration is received.
- Group members are committed to participating for 6 months and pay for the session whether or not they attend.
- Content will be recorded and available for review after the session. Recorded sessions do not replace live sessions.
Content in this group is based on the research led by Dr. Stephen Porges and the clinical application developed by Deb Dana LCSW