What is Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP)?

Updated: Oct 20

“If you want to improve the world, start by making people feel safe.” — Dr. Stephen Porges

The Safe and Sound Protocol is a non-invasive therapeutic tool designed to reset the nervous system and return it to a feeling of safety.


Clients listen to sounds via headphones that stimulate the vagus nerve which helps your clients connect with themselves, others, and the world from a foundation of physiological safety.


TSSP is suitable for children and adults. Its effectiveness has been proven in a wide range of studies including clinical trials involving children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, along with numerous case studies demonstrating effectiveness with emotional regulation, trauma, anxiety, and more.


How can SSP help me or my family?


The Safe & Sound Protocol (SSP) is designed to improve sound sensitivities and auditory processing, behavioral state regulation, and social engagement behaviors through specially-filtered music.


It can help people that have trouble feeling safe and being connected, calm and social with others. This includes people with anxiety, trauma, and neurodevelopmental conditions (such as ASD)


Learn more about SSP



Can I try Safe and Sound Protocol treatment?


Our office now offers Safe & Sound Protocol as part of the variety of treatments we offer. Please contact our office to learn more.


Be well,

Ian





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