Brainspotting Therapy is The Mind-Body Connection for Healing Trauma
What is Brainspotting?
Brainspotting is a revolutionary new approach to therapy developed by David Grand, Ph.D. Through his experiences with clients doing EMDR, he recognized that many clients able to process at deeper levels.
And it happens when they focus at a specific spot in their field of vision.
Over time he finds Brainspotting-a technique with the power to access, diagnose and treat a variety of physical and emotionally-based conditions.
How Does it Work?
Unresolved pain and trauma have a tremendous impact on everything we do as individuals. It may disrupt our lives in ways we don’t even realize.
Brainspotting works by directly tapping into the brain’s autonomic and limbic systems located within the deepest part of our brain where unresolved pain and trauma are stuck.
Brainspotting activates the areas of the brain that allows accessing its own natural ability to heal itself and to deal with the trauma adequately.
How Does Brainspotting Heal Trauma?
Almost everyone experiences trauma in one form or another – serious physical illness, accident, abuse, acute and chronic pain, sports accident, betrayal, abandonment, natural disaster.
Modern research has revealed that the trauma we experience shows itself in a variety of ways.
It is essential to deal with the trauma appropriately in order to reduce the physical and emotional symptoms of Brainspotting.
Brainspotting allows both client and therapist to locate and target the areas of trauma. It allows the client’s brain to safely and adequately process the traumatic experiences.
Accessing trauma in a safe environment will help the brain to break away from the associated injury. It minimizes its impact both physically and emotionally on the individual; consequently, many client’s reports not only a reduction in emotional pain and suffering but also the physical symptoms that often come with emotional struggles.
How Can Brainspotting Help You?
Brainspotting can be used with nearly every client. It has shown to be useful for the client’s struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) to clients who have experienced trauma related to a sports injury.
This technique has also helped individuals struggling with addiction, depression, and anxiety. Brainspotting also helps athletes and performers at improving their ability to perform.
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