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Neuroscience of Healthy Human Communications: The Polyvagal Theory, Islam and beyond

[Second update: v. 1-1-2022] Treat yourself to this Memory-Building experience. You can start at Dr. Porges' home page [link].

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Dr. Porges is introduced by the NICABM founder [National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Therapy]; I am a long-time fan.

 

This second video blog on this new therapy site will be updated. Below is a Norwegian therapist on Dream therapy (a specialty of Dr. Van Nuys of ShrinkRapRadio.com).

   

An older interview done by my friend David Van Nuys, PhD, on his ShrinkRapRadio.com site and YouTube channel concerns the ground-breaking work of Stephen Porges, PhD and his PolyVagal Theory. {more later]  She is a former CBT student who has built a library of expensive items online. In the future I will replace the links but Dr. Van Nuys was able to get her to calm down and talk about the brain health neuroscience that the PolyVagal Theory helped to expand.

   This next insert will be about the current treatment approach that Dr. Porges has settled upon using sound and speech to help people have healthier communications with family, loved ones and animals. It is Positive Psychology at its best when he talks about the term "Prosidy" and how the female voice engenders hope and relaxation, and the lower male voice tones bring about freeze and fear and ultimately Hope that the listener will not be harmed by the male. This clip is from the founder of National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM.com). 

Next: See book titled, Babies Need Mothers, by Clancy McKenzie, M.D. who taught me before he published his book. If a schizophrenic person is to be cured, in his theory, they need to be separated from hearing or seeing their Nuclear Family.  This cure for schizophrenia is non-drug and receiving strong praise and questioning. 0769387001633416018.jpg (Link)  
 

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