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Brainspotting is a therapeutic approach that utilizes the connection between eye movement and the brain's processing of trauma and emotional experiences to help individuals process and heal from unresolved traumatic events. It involves identifying and focusing on specific eye positions, or "brainspots," that correspond to the individual's emotional and physiological responses, allowing for targeted processing and release of traumatic memory and emotions.

Brainspotting can treat:

Heightened Stress
Low self-esteem
Difficult Memories
Self-image/eating disorders

Is Brainspotting similar to EMDR?

Yes, brainspotting is similar to Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) in that both therapies aim to process and heal trauma and negative experiences. Both therapies involve using the client's eye movements and focus to access and process stored emotions and memories. However, brainspotting differs from EMDR in that it does not require rapid eye movements, but instead focuses on fixing the gaze on specific "brainspots" in the client's visual field.

How long and how frequent are EMDR sessions?

Sessions are typically 50 minutes long, but in some cases can be extended to 80 minutes.

When doing Brainspotting, it is best to attend sessions either weekly or every other week. Doing Brainspotting is like tending to a wound and we don't want to leave it exposed and vulnerable too long between sessions and sometimes we can risk doing so when sessions are less frequent. 


Brainspotting Music

5. Bowling
00:00 / 06:12
8.-BaroqueArtist Name
00:00 / 05:26
9.-Chi-MaiArtist Name
00:00 / 07:15

Both Chelsea and Jennifer are trained in Brainspotting

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