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Fri, Feb 07


410 Atkinson Dr

Brainspotting Phase 1 - Honolulu

Brainspotting offers people the opportunity to receive immediate and long lasting relief from trauma, PTSD, accidents, anxiety, depression, sports performance challenges, chronic illness, OCD, grief as well as relationship issues and beliefs which have a negative impact on their lives.

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Brainspotting Phase 1 - Honolulu

Time & Location

Feb 07, 2020, 8:30 AM – Feb 09, 2020, 5:30 PM

410 Atkinson Dr, Ala Moana Hotel

About the Event


P H A S E 1 T R A I N I N G

Hosted by Lisa Larson, LMFT

Brainspotting is a powerful, brain-based trauma therapy that accesses the

deepest regions of the brain where clients store their traumatic experiences

and survival terror. This access to the mid-brain and the brainstem allows

deep transformation to occur. It works by identifying, processing and

releasing the core neurophysiological sources of trauma. The symptoms of

unprocessed trauma include emotional and body pain, dissociation, anxiety,

insomnia, flashbacks, numbing, addiction, disconnection and other

challenging symptoms. These symptoms are notoriously difficult to

eliminate through talk therapy because verbal engagement does not reach

the deep regions of the brain (and body) where the traumatic experiences

are held so they cannot heal. Brainspotting is becoming one of the most

sought after therapeutic modalities and is a great practice builder. 





  • Repeating Phase 1 or Student


    This registration is for someone who is repeating Phase 1 or a graduate/doctoral student without paid employment. Students please indicate your school in the comments section on the registration page. Please note: Repeat Attendees are those who have taken the Phase 1 training previously, not the online or video series. If you are repeating Phase 1, please email Lisa Larson with the date and name of the instructor for your previous Phase 1 class. Lisa's email is:




  • Late Registration


    Late Registration is February 1, 2020, or later.






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