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Stephen Porges PhD

Leading expert on Polyvagal Theory; Distinguished University Scientist at the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University Bloomington and Research Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Stephen Porges PhD

Leading expert on Polyvagal Theory; Distinguished University Scientist at the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University Bloomington and Research Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Biography

Week 28 Video #4

Why Feeling Safe with Another Person Supports Resilience


Week 35 Video #1

The Immobilizing Power of Shame

Week 37 Video #1

How Shame Triggers the Body’s Shut-Down Response

Week 43 Video #3

When the Body Misinterprets the Origin of Shame


Week 45 Video #2

How to Work with the Physiology of Anger


Week 50 Video #1

The Nervous System’s Response to Violations of Expectancy


Week 62 Video #1

How Physiological States Affect Self-Worth

Week 68 Video #1

Respecting How the Body Has Been Changed by Trauma


Week 73 Video #1

The Primary Mechanism for Regulating Anxiety

Week 82 Video #1

The Mistake of Making Assumptions

Week 85 Video #3

How to Be a Better Observer

Week 90 Video #1

Three Steps to Diffuse a Client Who’s Critical of You


Week 95 Video #1

One Thing We Can’t Overlook When Working with Depression

Week 100 Video #2

How Physiological Shifts Impact Depression

Week 104 Video #1

How to Shift the Narrative That Fuels the Inner Critic

Week 111 Video #3

What a Client’s Nervous System Needs in the First Session

Week 122 Video #3

How to Avoid “Pushing” Change on Our Clients

Week 131 Video #1

A Polyvagal Approach to Emotional Triggers

Week 136 Video #4

Strategies for Helping Young Clients Manage Separation Anxiety

Week 141 Video #2

The Link Between Co-Regulation and Perfectionism