Brainspotting is a tool used to help clients work with trauma, negative emotions, and somatic and emotionally based conditions.  In other words, if you have an issue, brainspotting can help.  Brainspotting is a way to help you identify process and release patterns that are not working for you.  When you can release these patterns, a new flexibility is possible and you’re less likely to be triggered by concerns in your daily life.  Brainspotting is done with me, your therapist, in our session(s) together.  An issue you want to work with is identified and we go from there.  Brainspotting uses a pointer to hold your gaze, bilateral sound (headphones with sounds that alternate), and our relationship to talk through what is happening for you.  Sounds pretty simple, right?  Want to give it a try?  Call me to find out more and schedule your appointment.

You can read more about brainspotting here:  Elephant Journal, Good Therapy and David Grand, PhD is the creator of brainspotting.