I am certified in a revolutionary new brain-based therapy..
that is highly effective in treatment of trauma, mood disorders, addictions, sports trauma, and creative performance expansion.
To effectively work through your trauma, you first have to identify it. Brainspotting can help you tap into sources of trauma and negativity so you can begin working to overcome specific sources of negative emotion.
What is Brainspotting?
David Grand, Ph.D developed brainspotting in 2003, and over 13,000 therapists in the US and abroad have pursued training in this innovative therapy. Brainspotting is a form of treatment that works by identifying, processing, and releasing core neurophysiological sources of a variety of emotional and physical challenges at a deep brain level. Simply put, brainspotting suggests that the direction in which people look and the positioning of their eyes can affect how they feel.
During brainspotting, therapists help people position their eyes in ways that enable them to get in touch with sources of negative emotion. Therapists trained in brainspotting strategically guide the eyes of people in therapy across their field of vision to find certain “brainspots” where an eye position engages a traumatic memory or painful emotion. Brainspotting allows therapists to access emotions on a deeper level and target the physical effects of trauma.
Learn more about the origin, discovery, and benefits here.
Brainspotting & Sports Trauma
Athletes can experience mental blocks that prevent them from reaching optimal performance following the trauma of sports injuries. Through specialized brain-body based treatment, we can unblock those mental areas that are hindering your performance and help you reach your maximum potential.
Brainspotting & Creative Performance Expansion
Through a specialized brain-based approach, I can help artists reduce performance anxiety and increase their abilities to step into character more fully. Together, we can use Brainspotting to help you release your current tensions and creative blocks so you can perform at a higher level with greater mental and emotional clarity.