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The Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP)

— For Children and Adults —

The Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) is a non-invasive application of Polyvagal Theory, based on decades of research and developed by Dr. Stephen Porges, Unyte’s Chief Scientific Advisor. It specifically targets the nervous system to help children and adults feel better, think better, and connect better.

The SSP’s effectiveness has been proven in a wide range of studies, most notably in two clinical trials involving children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Trial participants demonstrated statistically significant improvements in:

  • Emotional control
  • Behavioural organization
  • Hearing sensitivity and listening
  • Social, emotional and attachment disorders
  • Auditory hypersensitivity
  • Body organization
  • Nervous system dysregulation
  • Learning, cognition and attention difficulty
  • Sensory processing differences
  • Stress-related physical conditions

If you or your child is experiencing challenges in the following areas, perhaps the SSP can help.

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