Exploring Polyvagal Theory: A Question from our Audience on the Dorsal Vagal State

December 8, 2020

Enjoy our teamwork in action as Maegan, Cameron and I work out some answers for our listener in Romania in the special episode.

You won’t want to miss these pre-recorded mini-podcast episodes, as we break from our normal recording schedule during the month of December.

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