What is Brainspotting?
How can Brainspotting benefit my clients?
How can brainspotting benefit my therapeutic practice?
Come find answers to all these questions and more. Whether you are interested in learning about Brainspotting to refer your clients or you are interested in future trainings, we would love to have you at this FREE info night. You may even have an opportunity to try Brainspotting if interested.
Brainspotting is a leading edge neurobiological therapeutic tool to locate, focus, and process trauma, anxiety, depression, and emotional pain. This effective process can quickly release symptoms by processing in deep parts of the brain.
Have you ever noticed yourself simply gazing or staring at some spot on the floor or wall or ceiling? Have you noticed yourself looking away or up or somewhere else when really thinking about something you are saying or want to say, particularly when the subject is loaded emotionally? As a therapist, I notice this all the time. Clients often become unnecessarily self-conscious about it and force themselves to make eye contact with me. While their gaze continues to drift back to these spots, they do not allow themselves to hold the spot. What they don’t realize is that rather than avoiding eye contact, they are intuitively helping themselves to process by accessing deep neural connections and memories in the subcortical brain.
Brainspotting can help with:
- Developmental Trauma
- Relationship Pain
- Grief and Loss
- Anxiety and Phobias
- Improving Performance
- Anger Management
- Negative Self-assessment
- Athletic Improvement