Safe and Sound Protocol

The Safe and Sound Protocol is an evidence-based therapeutic approach that is a practical application of Polyvagal Theory.

It is designed to increase a sense of safety and expand one’s window of tolerance through specially filtered music and is intended to complement other therapeutic approaches and modalities.

About Safe and Sound Protocol

About Safe and Sound Protocol

The SSP is suitable for children and adults and is delivered through an app-based platform and can be done in-clinic or remotely with over-the-ear headphones. There are noticeable benefits including improved focus, regulated emotional and physiological state, and positive social engagement.

Therapists play a crucial role in creating a safe and co-regulatory environment for the participant to listen to the music receptively. The program aims to support the development of one’s authentic self by carefully titrating the “sound” to meet the individual’s needs.

How could group therapy support you and your family?

How could group therapy support you and your family?

We recognise the power of shared experiences and offer group therapy sessions that foster community and connection. In these supportive and inclusive environments, you can engage with others with similar experiences, share insights, and learn from one another.

We believe therapy and support should be accessible to every family. If individual therapy isn’t a viable option or the right fit, our group therapies provide a welcoming path to explore and understand your authentic self.

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No formal referral required, simply complete the information in the link below.

At OKAY Therapy, our one-to-one services include occupational therapy, speech therapy, play therapy, and social work, with access to therapy assistants. Additionally, we provide interest-based group therapy, online learning, parent support networks, and community partnerships.

If you’ve discussed a plan with your GP or specialist and know which service you require, please include this information in your referral. We highly recommend an intake assessment if unsure about the most suitable service.

While our waitlist times can vary, our team constantly monitors availability and offers appointments as they become available. Please complete a referral and we will advise service availability tailored to your unique needs.

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