Safe and Sound Protocol


I am a provider of the Safe & Sound Protocol (SSP), created by Dr. Steven Porges, and rooted in his Polyvagal Theory. The SSP  is a non-invasive intervention, based on decades of research, which effectiveness has been proven in a wide range of studies.
The SSP exercises the neural pathways associated with regulating behavioral state and social engagement helping to access a calm and grounded state. It can help you feel more safe, calm, grounded and resilient. Can help you think more clearly, attentively, and creatively and connect more openly, genuinely and wholly with other people, yourself  and the world.

The complete SSP program comprises 3 main pathways that are accessible through and facilitated by a qualified and certified professional.

Each of the SSP pathways is composed of different filtered, unfiltered and calming 5-hour music playlists for either children or adults.

The SSP pathways are designed to help the nervous system to better receive, process and respond to the cues and signals from the world around us. This helps us learn how to more easily and consistently feel better regulated in the face of life’s challenges.

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If you want to book a consultation to see if SSP is something that can help you please contact Zuzanna:


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In PsychologyHub we follow Codes of Professional Ethics of The Psychological Society of Ireland, Irish Council of Psychotherapy Ethical Guidelines and follow Children First Guidelines for the Protection and Welfare of Children.  We guarantee confidential services, except in the following circumstances:

  • When there is risk of imminent danger to self or to another person, the clinician is ethically bound to take necessary steps to prevent such danger.
  • When there is suspicion that a child or elder is being sexually or physically abused or is at risk of such abuse, by someone in the present or the past the clinician is legally required to take steps to protect the child, and to inform the proper .
  • When a valid court order is issued for medical records, the clinician and the agency are bound by law to comply with such requests.

Should a third party need to be informed in such situations, where possible this will first be discussed with the client.