Psychological Safety During Uncertain Times

  • Morton, L. (Contributor)
  • Nicola Cogan (Contributor)
  • Stephen W Porges (Contributor)

Activity: OtherTypes of Public engagement and outreach - Media article or participation


Blog for Psychology Today

Psychological safety is central to mental health and well-being.
People often seek therapy because they struggle to feel safe and are overwhelmed by anxiety, panic, and low mood.
Being raised in a challenging environment can narrow our window to feeling safe. Our bodies tune to meet adversity.
Practicing mindfulness, meditation, grounding, yoga, relaxation, breathing techniques, and spending time out of doors can help.
Period22 Oct 2022
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • psychological safety
  • neuroception
  • psychometric
  • neuroception of psychological safety scale
  • NPSS
  • recovery
  • mental health
  • trauma
  • trauma informed
  • psychologically informed medicine
  • wellbeing
  • therapy