Safe & Sound Protocol (SSP)
The Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) is a neuroscience-based therapy designed to improve social engagement skills and regulate the nervous system of children. It utilizes auditory stimulation to assist children with difficulty processing sensory information, such as those with ADHD, autism, anxiety, and trauma-related issues.
The therapy involves listening to specially curated music that has been filtered to emphasize specific frequencies that stimulate the vagus nerve and promote calming and social engagement responses. SSP can be conducted at home or in the clinic and usually requires 30 minutes per day over five days. SSP has improved self-regulation and emotional control, reduced anxiety, and enhanced social engagement skills. SSP is provided by our professionals who are specialized in SSP therapy.
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