In this episode, Kayce and Tricia discuss Polyvagal Theory and Somatic Experiencing. We talk about the importance of being trauma informed and how this can better inform our practice as therapists.

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Kayce Soros is a Board Certified Music Therapist currently practicing in Indianapolis, Indiana. She received her bachelor’s degree in music therapy from Slippery Rock University and is training to become a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner through the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute. Kayce views and practices music therapy from a variety of lenses, including feminist theory and social justice, trauma-informed practice, and the Polyvagal theory. She is passionate about understanding the autonomic nervous system, our bodies’ natural responses to trauma, and ways in which therapists can best support individuals who might be “stuck” in a trauma response. Through these perspectives, she aims to educate both therapists and clients about how their unique life experiences have helped shape them into amazing, resilient individuals as they work toward achieving their life goals.

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You can email her at ksorosmtbc@gmail.com

Check out Kayce’s CMTE course: Introduction to Polyvagal Theory

More resources from the episode:

Stephen Porges

Peter Levine

The Body Keeps the Score: Bassel van der Kolk

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