It’s hard to believe that Polyvagal Theory has been in the mainstream for almost a decade now. The theory of an “old brain” and the “biology of safety and danger” (Van der Kolk) seem to resonate with a lot therapists we meet at events. People still like and read Porges' texts, but recently we have sold quite a few more of Deb Dana’s books. She has been referred to as explaining Porges ideas in a much easier to understand and practical way. Her Polyvagal Theory in Therapy is a runaway hit at Caversham, but we are very excited to announce the hot-off-the-press Polyvagal Exercises for Safety and Connection, chock full of exercises and practices ready to be used immediately in your therapeutic practice.