Free workshop: Polyvagal essentials for every therapist -Deb Dana

01235 847 393 01235 847 393
21st - 22nd September 2022, 2.00pm - 5.15pm
Counsellors and trainees

Your clients, now more than ever, may be living in states of alarm, unease and heightened anxiety.

From life-altering traumas to persistent feelings of dread - they may feel constantly under threat...

…leading to panic, despair and disconnection from others.

But there is a way you can help clients take back control of their lives to find their way out of distress and into safety and connection - through the unique power of Polyvagal Theory... the profound modality that will bring clients back in touch with the immense healing capacity of their nervous system.

That’s why we’re providing this free one-day Polyvagal Theory workshop (delivered over two days) led by world-renowned Polyvagal Theory in Therapy expert, author and master clinician Deb Dana, LCSW!

When you attend this free workshop, you’ll gain the knowledge you need to help your clients effectively navigate their nervous system, live through connection rather than fear, and gain autonomy over their own bodies...

…so you can show them how their nervous system can be their friend instead of their foe... and guide them toward calm, social engagement and deep healing.

Don’t wait to discover how Poylvagal Theory can maximise the effectiveness of your therapeutic approach and change your client’s lives for the better!

Find out more and sign up for free here.

Share this event with a friend
Hosted by PESI UK

PESI is the largest CPD portal in the UK and the largest clinical content provider in Europe.

Search for an event


Search by location

For the most accurate results, please enter a full postcode. If you are searching for an online event, you don't need to enter your location

Event audience

What's worrying you?

What's worrying you?

Visit our "What's worrying you?" section to find out about all of the different areas in which counselling could be beneficial.

Select Topic




If searching for more than one phrase or word, please separate these using commas.