Brainspotting was developed in 2003 by David Grand, Ph.D., a clinical social worker who worked with survivors of trauma, including hundreds of 9/11 survivors. The theory behind Brainspotting therapy is based on an increasing body of research that suggests that traumatic memories are stored in the brain and result in changes in the way the brain functions.
Through Brainspotting therapy, clients are able to access deep emotions and parts of the brain that are hidden from our awareness. It’s proven to be effective in treating a range of issues including anxiety, depression, complex PTSD, phobias, ADHD, anger issues, chronic pain, and chronic fatigue, just to name a few.
BENEFITS OF BRAINSPOTTING