The Trauma Recovery Institute

Polyvagal Informed Psychotherapy for Trauma at The Trauma Recovery Institute

A Neuro-Scientific Based PsychoSocialSomatic Approach

The Trauma Recovery Institute is a leading organisation in treating trauma and trauma based presentations which may manifest in chronic disease, depression, personality disorders, dissociation, ptsd and challenges in functioning in life and loving relationships. The Trauma Recovery Institute offers a number of nervous system based trauma informed therapies, courses, workshops and programs addressing underlying psychological trauma, chronic stress and the presenting symptoms ubiquitous with trauma. Our unique approach is Polyvagal informed and grounded in interpersonal neurobiology and delivered through the framework of lifestyle medicine.

Dynamic Psychosocialsomatic Psychotherapy (DPP) at
The Trauma Recovery Institute


Dynamic Psychosocialsomatic Psychotherapy (DPP) is a highly structured, once to twice weekly-modified psychodynamic treatment based on the psychoanalytic model of object relations. This approach is also informed by the latest in neuroscience, interpersonal neurobiology and attachment theory. As with traditional psychodynamic psychotherapy relationship takes a central role within the treatment and the exploration of internal relational dyads. Our approach differs in that also central to the treatment is the focus on the transference and countertransference, an awareness of shifting bodily states in the present moment and a focus on the client’s external relationships, emotional life and lifestyle. Our approach is a comprehensive, multidiscipline and polyvagal informed clinical intervention for trauma exposure and its presentations.

Trauma exposure, a highly prevalent condition around the world, results in the development of chronic physical and mental health disabilities, such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and posttraumatic stress disorder. The Trauma Recovery Institute is advised by the latest  scientific advances in neurobiology and neuroscience which have been translated into our Dynamic Psychosocialsomatic Psychotherapy.

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