Mind: Healing through Brainspotting
An overwhelming amount of Americans experience different kinds of stress and anxiety. Whether it is related to work, academics, past experiences, or even childhood, stress and trauma can follow us everywhere and affect just about every aspect of our daily lives. We live in a fast-paced society that does not always prioritize emotional well-being over productivity; sometimes we carry our heavy emotional struggles our entire lives. But, you don’t have to: you hold the power to make the change and I am here to help you heal with a practice called brainspotting.
What is brainspotting?
Brainspotting is a valuable method of treatment used to help treat medical, physical, and psycho-emotional issues. Brainspotting effectiveness comes from its ability help patients identify, process, and release core neurophysiological sources of trauma, dissociation, and emotional/body pain. Learn More
How does brainspotting work?
The goal of brainspotting is to activate, locate, and process a brainspot, or point of trauma “stuck” deep within memory, until there is a release and a reduction in symptoms. A brainspot is an eye position that is found and held by the brain which activates memories of traumatic experience. Brainspotting is used as both a tool for diagnosis, while at the same time, treating the core traumatic events that are within us. The treatment is aided and enhanced using Biolateral Sound, which is a deep, direct, and powerful tool that helps focus your attention.
What can I expect during a session?
We will begin with a basic counseling session, an experience that I strive to fill with unconditional acceptance and support so my clients feel comfortable bringing the entirety of their experience into the process. Each session works to draw forth wisdom and healing and integrate the new information into one’s daily life to generate long-lasting change.
What does brainspotting treat?
Brainspotting helps the body work through the following conditions, and more:
- Stress of daily life
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Sport performance issues
- Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
- Emotional blocks