Phase 1 September 21-23, 2022; 9am-6pm ET; On Zoom
Dr. Kathy will be assisting the trainers.
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Brainspotting is a powerful and effective approach to healing and wellness that harnesses the nervous system’s ability to reorganize and realign itself, enhancing resilience and facilitating change. Discovered in 2003 by psychotherapist Dr. David Grand, Brainspotting accesses the brain-body’s innate self-scanning and self-healing capacities in the context of neurobiological and relational attunement. In Brainspotting, a person’s brain-body activation around a particular issue is paired with a relevant eye position, called a Brainspot, that locates, processes and releases trauma, allowing the brain-body system to regain homeostasis.
Become a Certified Brainspotting Therapist
Requirements include: Phase 1: 3 day Course, Phase 2: 3 day Course, 50 documented hours of clinical practice utilizing Brainspotting and a minimum of 6 hours of consultation by an approved Consultant or Trainer where you demonstrate competence with model.
This Brainspotting Phase 1 Workshop, your 1st step in becoming a certified Brainspotting therapist, will help you stay abreast of the most recent brain-based breakthroughs in treating clients with PTSD; providing you with powerful tools to process through traumatic experiences as well as emotional, somatic and performance issues.
Phase 1 Seminar Objectives
Through lecture, live demonstration and practicums participants will learn to do the following:
1. Discriminate between outside and inside window
2. Demonstrate how to find an outside window Brainspot
3. Identify when to utilize outside window
4. Demonstrate how to locate an inside window Brainspot
5. Identify when to use an inside window Brainspot
6. Explain what is meant by following the tail of the comet
7. Demonstrate how to correctly utilize a pointer to locate a Brainspot
8. Describe what is meant by dual attunement
9. Demonstrate the utilization of dual attunement in a practicum session
10. Describe a Brainspot
11. Identify what areas of the Brain are being accessed during a Brainspotting session
12. Describe what is meant by Limbic Countertransference and what impact it has on a Brainspotting therapist.
13. List 3 ways of finding a Brainspot
14. Describe a Body Resource
15. Locate and utilize a Body Resource
16. Utilize Gazespotting in a therapy session/practicum
17. Explain what WAIT means and why it is important
PLEASE NOTE THAT COURSE CONTENT IS AT THE INTERMEDIATE LEVEL