Brainspotting liberates the therapist from restrictions which too often compromise the all-important relational attunement. The interpersonal dynamic is the key to working with brainspots, a powerful tool in identifying, processing and releasing core neurophysiological sources of emotional or body pain.
Complimenting your prior trainings and approaches to therapy, Brainspotting can take you and your clients to another level.
“Brainspotting is based on the profound attunement of the therapist with the patient, finding a somatic cue and extinguishing it by down-regulating the amygdala. It isn’t just PNS (Parasympathetic Nervous System) activation that is facilitated, it is homeostasis.” – Robert Scaer, MD, “The Trauma Spectrum”
Brainspotting Training is facilitated by Dr Mark Grixti (Clinical Psychologist).
“Brainspotting has enabled me to do some extraordinarily deep work. Very powerful, simple, quiet and gentle. I’ve been deeply touched by what I’ve experienced.”
Phase 1 & 2 facilitated
by Dr Mark Grixti
Brainspotting Video Shorts
- Dr Mark Grixti: Brainspotting – a sketch in time
- What is a Brainspot?
- Who does Brainspotting work with?
- As a client, why choose Brainspotting?
- As a therapist, why train in Brainspotting?