Upcoming Events

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October 6, 2022 | 9:15am EDT

First Responder Mental Health Resilience Conference

Join Dr. Porges and first responders (fire, police, EMS and dispatch) to understand Polyvagal Theory and how our nervous systems impact our responses to the environment in high-stress situations. By understanding the Polyvagal Theory, we can go from states of shutdown or mobilization to a state of safety and connection. The event includes a first responder panel discussion, and a Q & A with Dr. Porges. The sessions are designed specifically for first responders.  Sessions are each Thursday in October (6, 13, 20, 27).

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October 21-22, 2022 | EDT

Northeast Region Biofeedback Society presents the 47th Annual International Conference, Coping with Stress in Today’s World: Solutions for Anxiety, Depression, and Burnout

Join an incredible variety of experts as they discuss a variety of topics, including how Polyvagal Theory may explain behavioral features related to psychiatric disorders and other behavioral problems, how to use neurofeedback and biofeedback to measure physiological signals from the body and brain to regulate the nervous system, and much more!

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October 20, 2022 | 1:00-4:15pm EDT

Clinical Applications of Polyvagal Theory

This 3-hour live webinar will begin with Dr. Stephen Porges explaining what Polyvagal Theory is and its importance in clinical practice. Deb Dana, LCSW, will then expand on this to discuss practical applications to increase psychological safety and foster co-regulation with clients. 


Access to a video recording of the workshop is available to participants for 60 days. Early-bird pricing available until September 19th.


November 1-4, 2022 | EDT

Navigating the Nervous System: A Polyvagal Theory Approach to Clinical Work at the Global Exchange Conference

Join Dr. Porges and Deb Dana, among others, at the inaugural Global Exchange Conference, a powerful gathering of Mental Health, Addiction Treatment, and Wellness health care professionals at Walt Disney World Resort. This unique four-day conference blends continuing education presentations, experiential workshops, industry tradeshow, and networking events. For more general information, visit the website HERE. To purchase a ticket, click the link below


October 20-22, 2022 | EDT

Collective Trauma 2022 Conference

Join Dr. Porges and others at the Collective Trauma 2022 conference. This conference will bring mental health professionals together with international trauma experts to explore the impact of events on individuals and communities and address strategies to build resilience and coping skills. For a 10% discount off this 3-day training, use the code 10%CT22 at the link below.


December 14-17, 2022 | EDT

Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference

Join Dr. Porges at the Evolution of Psychotherapy conference where he will provide the keynote address and a workshop. In four education-filled days, enjoy an integrated forum where the masters of psychotherapy, breakout thinkers, and on-the-ground professionals will connect, engage, support, and reinvigorate your passion for the field of psychotherapy.  To register, click the link below.


Registration is Open!

PVI Gathering and Unyte Safe & Sound Summit
October 13-14 + 15-16, 2022  |  Virtual or In-Person (Atlantic Beach, FL)

Connect with and learn from the leaders who are shaping and advancing the field of Polyvagal Theory and polyvagal-informed interventions during this historic side-by-side conference! Choose to attend both events for one All Access price, or attend just the PVI or Unyte event individually — it’s up to you!

Hosted by Dr. Stephen Porges, the 2022 PVI Gathering and inaugural Unyte Safe and Sound Summit have been scheduled side-by-side to provide one seamless experience, enabling you to learn from more than 20 speakers over 3.5 days, virtually or in-person, and all while earning up to 25 CEUs!