Yasmin Shaheen-Zaffar on Polyvagal Theory and neurodiversity

It was a delight to talk to therapist Yasmin Shaheen-Zaffar about emotional regulation, Polyvagal Theory, neurodiversity and her ideal and actual self and Self care practices.

You can find her online at www.polyvagalteen.com

And find out more about her online programme at https://polyvagalteen.com/courses/xmas-bundle-practical-steps-to-sharing-the-polyvagal-framework-with-young-people-adults-the-neurodivergent-community/

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I’m your host, Eve Menezes Cunningham, author of 365 Ways to Feel Better: Self-care

Ideas for Embodied Wellbeing.

I’m a trauma therapist (with lived experience), supervisor and Self care coach (integrating

yoga therapy, NLP, EFT and crystals as appropriate) helping people connect with and take better care of their Self. I run Feel Better Every Day with Eve Menezes Cunningham (aka selfcarecoaching.net)

While Polyvagal Theory influences my whole practice (and life), you might be especially interested in the Cattitude: Feline Better Every Day part of my work.

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