What is Brainspotting?
Brainspotting is a powerful therapy that identifies and releases emotional and physical distress. Brainspotting works with the deep brain and the body, bringing about profound psychological and physical effects, and offers a holistic approach to healing, addressing the interconnectedness of mind and body. It engages both the conscious and unconscious mind, facilitating the processing and release of experiences that may be challenging to access through traditional talk therapy alone.
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Areas where Brainspotting has been found to be beneficial include:
Trauma Processing: Brainspotting is particularly effective in processing and releasing trauma, including both single-incident traumas and complex traumas.
Emotional and Physical Pain: It can be used to identify and alleviate sources of emotional and physical pain, including chronic pain conditions.
Anxiety and Stress: Brainspotting can help individuals manage and reduce symptoms of anxiety and stress by addressing the neurophysiological sources of these challenges.
PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder): Brainspotting has shown effectiveness in treating PTSD, offering a targeted approach to process traumatic memories and symptoms.
Performance Enhancement: It is used in performance enhancement for athletes, artists, and individuals seeking to improve their skills and overcome performance-related anxiety.
Phobias and Fears: It may help individuals work through phobias and fears by addressing the neurobiological basis of these challenges.
Self-Exploration and Personal Growth: Brainspotting is not limited to addressing challenges; it can also be used for self-exploration and personal growth, helping individuals gain insights into their thought patterns, emotions, and behaviors.
Individual 60-min sessions are $170. Extended and Intensive sessions are available by request.