If not, it’s an effective way to gently help clients work through difficult experiences and trauma, as well as develop tools to build more confidence and capacity so they feel more resilient and resourced.
Brainspotting is based on the work of David Grand PhD, who wrote the book called Brainspotting: The Revolutionary New Therapy for Rapid and Effective Change and has been taught to over 6000 therapists worldwide, including the Middle East.
In this episode, Dr Roby Abeles shares:
- What Brainspotting is
- A brief history of the evolution of Brainspotting
- The issues and presentations Brainspotting can be used for
- What happens in a Brainspotting session
- Contra-indications for Brainspotting
- How Brainspotting different from other therapies, such as EMDR and EFT
- The results Dr Abeles is getting from using Brainspotting
- Her predictions for the development of Brainspotting
If you’re in NSW and interested in training in Brainspotting, check out the upcoming Brainspotting training facilitated by Dr Roby Abeles, and note that Australia Counselling members can still get the early bird price, which has now finished for the general public:
Resources and links mentioned in this podcast
- Brainspotting: The Revolutionary New Therapy for Rapid and Effective Change by David Grand PhD [book]
- Brainpotting: Biolateral Sound Healing Sound Healing to Enhance the Brain by David Grand PhD [audiobook CD]
- Australia Counselling membership – Join Australia Counselling to promote your private practice
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