Accessing the Deep Brain with Brainspotting by David Grand
Symptoms of unprocessed trauma-including dissociation, numbing, and chronic anxiety-are notoriously difficult to eliminate through talk therapy, since the overwhelmed brain is unable to process verbal information about the events. But Brainspotting, a brain-based method of clearing trauma blockage without clients having to talk about it, nurtures their capacity for natural self-healing.
Introduction to Brainspotting
- Overview education of the components of the brain
- Identifying the advantages of using brainspotting over talk therapy to overcome trauma and other clinical issues
Discussion/demonstration of how to use Brainspotting in a clinical session
- Understanding the science behind why brainspotting works
- Live demonstration of Brainspotting in action
- Q&A session and audience comments on the implementation of Brainspotting
Concluding remarks from David Grand
- Final remarks following session experience and enhanced attunement
- Follow-up training opportunities with David Grand
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Medicine encompasses a variety of health care practices evolved to maintain and restore health by the prevention and treatment of illness.
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