25TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

CONNECT TO CARE – USING POLYVAGAL THEORY IN OPENING THE WINDOW OF TOLERANCE TO HELP THE NEURODIVERSE

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This presentation will briefly review Porges’ Polyvagal Theory and the related theories of the field of Interpersonal Neurobiology, to discuss the particular influence of vagal tone in Neurodiversity. These theories highlight the importance of sensory input upon creating entry into an optimal state for both relational and educational learning. The presenter will demonstrate her method of teaching about neural states and regulation skills with clients and their families, including application of Siegel’s Hand-Model of the Brain, and the identification of sensory preferences and aversions. Presenter will briefly review several approaches to treatment and comment on the connection to these neurobiological theories.

After hearing from this expert, you will leave able to:

1) Quickly review the polyvagal science accompanying neurodevelopmental disorders and how this impacts presentation; and,
2) Using this polyvagal science, design and implement appropriate and effective interventions and explore why various theories (i.e. oxytocin responses & bonds, dietary theories, learning methods, etc.) work and don’t work.

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