Dr. David Grand discovered Brainspotting in 2003. He says, “Where you look affects how you feel.” It locates the part of the brain where the trauma is stored and then allows the brain to process and release the trauma at a quicker rate. He worked with a professional ice skater who was able to do a trip-loop after Brainspotting. (See the book ,“Brainspotting”, by David Grand, PhD.)
Would you like to see a demonstration? See below!
(Please note: I did this with my friend, Robyn. I was not able to use a real client for the demonstration due to confidentiality and respecting privacy.) Disclaimer: Results vary from person to person. If you have trauma, don't do this on your own. I recommend you work with a mental health professional who is trained in Brainspotting.
If you’d like to see if Brainspotting can work for you, call me at 801-505-1332. For more detailed information on Brainspotting, visit www.brainspotting.com.
Heather Severn Callister, LMFT