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Polyvagal theory is the science of safety. It was developed by Dr Stephen Porges. It is worth noting that this is not a psychotherapy theory. Instead, it is biological fact. In particular, it describes the sensitivity of the nervous system to cues of safety and danger. Read more…

Memory reconsolidation is the only known brain mechanism that erases trauma responses from traumatic memories. Neuroscientists have demonstrated that, in fact, trauma responses can be rewritten. Read more…

In memory reconsolidation, we help the client have a contradictory experience to that which resulted in trauma. Imaginal re-enactment helps the client to trigger memory reconsolidation and erase the old trauma.  Read more…

Want to know how to uncover the target learning of your client? Want to quickly learn why their problem makes sense? Want to discover, often in one session, what the target learning to be erased is? Use ‘The Single Sentence Technique.’