Fri, Feb 25|
Online via Zoom
Brainspotting Phase 1 - February 2022
Brainspotting is based on the hypothesis that specific eye positions designated as "brainspots" activate and access specific areas of the midbrain that allow for the reprocessing and releasing of core neurophysiological reactions to trauma-related and other psychological experiences.
Time & Location
Feb 25, 9:00 AM PST – Feb 27, 6:00 PM PST
Online via Zoom
About the Event
Brainspotting Phase 1 Training
Hosted by Lisa Larson, LMFT
Brainspotting is a brain-based therapy based on the hypothesis that specific eye positions designated as “brainspots” activate and access specific areas of the midbrain that allow for the reprocessing and releasing of core neurophysiological reactions to trauma-related and other psychological experiences.
In addition, brainspotting is built on a model that emphasizes therapist-client presence and attunement in the healing process. As an open and integrative model, brainspotting is adaptable to many different areas of specialization and can be integrated with other treatment models.
In this 3-day introductory Brainspotting training, participants will learn four basic brainspotting techniques. In addition, participants will receive an overview of the:
- standards of care and professional practice for brainspotting practitioners
- research that supports the primary assumptions of brainspotting
- challenges of research and evidence-based treatment for conditions such as Complex PTSD
Please share your information if you would like to attend. If we end up with an opening for the February class, we will contact you. The late fee would apply and the rate would be $845 for standard registration and $450 for students. Alternatively, you can register for the next class in April.