Safe and Sound Protocol – Side Effects

Why does SSP sometimes cause such extreme “adverse reactions”? Why is it so transformational for other people? Emma Ashfield of Move2Connect and Carol Ann Rowland of Halton Therapy & Neurofeedback in Georgetown, Ontario explains… This post contains vital information for remote clients of the Safe and Sound Protocol as well as for those researching the programme. If… Continue reading Safe and Sound Protocol – Side Effects

Neuroception: Balancing the SSP, children and their parents

Here you are walking your parenting tightrope: You are considering therapy for your struggling child. The Safe and Sound Protocol is still not so widely known about in the United Kingdom, so it may not be your first port of call. The Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) is a five-hour auditory therapy based on the… Continue reading Neuroception: Balancing the SSP, children and their parents

Introducing the Safe and Sound Protocol Digital

In response to desperate pleas by SSP providers around the globe, iLs has pushed through the release of the Safe and Sound Protocol in digital format somewhat earlier than planned to address concerns about providing the physical product due to social distancing and hygiene measures. The Safe and Sound Protocol, in case you do not… Continue reading Introducing the Safe and Sound Protocol Digital

The Safe and Sound Protocol in the UK

…vital information from a collection of the most experienced practitioners This post contains vital information for remote clients of the Safe and Sound Protocol as well as people researching. If you are looking for information on what the SSP is, please refer to this post – https://move2connect.com/2020/05/01/introducing-the-safe-and-sound-protocol-digital/As you probably already know, the Safe and Sound… Continue reading The Safe and Sound Protocol in the UK