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RESOURCES

SEI offers a wealth of resources.

From key concepts in SE work to SE in attachment to SE for PTSD treatment, and much more – you'll find videos, podcasts, articles, and book recommendations. You can replay our Community Conversations, review tools for your practice, and read information from our partners.

 RESEARCH & ARTICLES

Visit our Research section to tap into the latest studies and articles on the effectiveness of SE.

ANTI-OPPRESSION

Watch SEI's Anti-Oppression Webinar series recordings and browse other resources such as podcasts, articles, and books on the important topics of racism, racial justice, and intersectionality. You can also connect with outside organizations here.

SE™ CRISIS STABILIZATION &
SAFETY AID (SCOPE)

SE has created a 5-step process to stabilize the physiological stress response and help build resilience to get through crisis. Developed as a tool for frontline workers, first responders, or people dealing with intense pressure, this document is a useful resource for anyone needing to diffuse a crisis situation.

COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS

Replays of all of our SE Community Conversations can be found here.

SE COMMUNICATIONS

Catch up on articles from SE Today newsletters and other community announcements.

SE VIDEO RESOURCES

Discover what’s new & what’s next in the world of Somatic Experiencing® from Dr. Peter Levine himself, plus experts like Stephen Porges, Dick Schwartz, Jack Kornfield, Diane Poole Heller, and many more in this video on-demand collection!  Get lifetime access to the entire 40 video collection HERE.

HOW TRAUMA AFFECTS SUPPORT, SUSPENSION, AND BREATH with BETSY POLATIN

This experiential and informative workshop is a wonderful opportunity to discover the many different ways the undeniable unity of body, mind, and spirit shows up in life. During this course, I will offer guidance and simple exercises to enhance sensory skills by exploring the musculoskeletal, respiratory, and nervous systems, and how they relate ...MORE

TRAUMA AND POLYVAGAL THEORY with  STEPHEN PORGES AND PETER LEVINE

The Polyvagal Theory is a major scientific advancement in neuroscience with clinical applications to a new brain-body medicine providing insights into the treatment of trauma-related mental and physical health challenges.  The theory describes how, via evolution, a connection emerged in the brain between the nerves that control the heart and ... MORE

CO-REGULATING WITH SE with GLYNDIE NICKERSON

For many engaging in contemplative practices in modern non-collective societies, they are missing an important element to deepen one’s spiritual practice that is often unrecognized and unnamed: co-regulation. Collective societies’ co-regulation practices throughout the lifespan teach the nervous system to settle ...MORE