Why choose Brainspotting?
It is considered a process that provides deeper and accelerated resolutions that are more powerful and comprehensive that other techniques, including EMDR.
90% of clients have shown significant improvement in just three sessions (Hildebrand et al., 2014).
While Brainspotting can sound and feel like magic, there is a lot of science behind it as a brain-based therapy.
Who doesn’t want to feel like Wolverine and discover the confidence of knowing you have the capability to heal yourself?
You can talk as much or as little as you want to; you do not have to share your trauma with the therapist for it to be beneficial to you.
It is an “open, integrative, ever-evolving model” and the humility of the founder David Grand, Ph.D.
Brainspotting is appropriate for more clients, particularly those who can be overstimulated; it is flexible allowing us to find the specific iteration of Brainspotting that works best for you.
Brainspotting can help with:
- Developmental Trauma
- Relationship Pain
- Grief and Loss
- Anxiety and Phobias
- Improving Performance
- Anger Management
- Negative Self-assessment
- Athletic Improvement
This is Your Brain on Sports: Beating blocks, slumps, and performance anxiety for good! by David Grand, PhD and Alan Goldberg, EdD
Brainspotting: The efficacy of a new therapy approach for treatment of PTSD in comparison to EMDR
Other Articles Online
Brainspotting: The Preferred Power Therapy for Adoption by our own Brooke Randolph, LMHC
What you need to know about Head Injuries includes information from Paige Roberts on Brainspotting with head injuries and sport's performance
Treatment of Panic Attack with Vergence Therapy (one iteration of Brainspotting)
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