Brainspotting

Although talking about an issue is helpful, to go deeper, this method of therapy can help heal what is going on below the surface.

Recent evidence has demonstrated that trauma is “stored” in the body and that it can alter the way the brain works. David Grand, Ph.D. who developed Brainspotting therapy says, “Where you look affects how you feel.” Brainspotting is effective for a wide variety of emotional and somatic conditions. By locating eye positions or Brainspots that correlate with relevant internal experiences, plus an attuned relationship with the therapist, healing and resolution of issues that are held deeply in the non-verbal, non-cognitive areas of the brain are possible.