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Brainspotting Therapy

and Consultation

What is Brainspotting?

"Where you look affects how you feel."  Brainspotting is a tool that was developed by Dr. David Grand.  He states that "Brainspotting is a brain/body, mindfulness-based, relational therapy that goes beyond the field of psychotherapy and addresses performance, health issues, creativity, learning, business, and more."  Brainspotting is a powerful, focused treatment method that works by connecting mind and body through self-scans and focused mindfulness.  It helps clients to release the sting held by trauma and can improve athletic or business performance as well as reduce body pain and mental distress. 

What does Brainspotting treat?

Brainspotting treats anger, depression, stress, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), sport performance, anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), relationship distress, creativity blocks, health issues, learning difficulties, and more. 

Watch this video to learn more!


Are you ready to take your Brainspotting education to the next level?  

Have you completed Phase 1 and Phase 2 of brainspotting training?  If you said yes to these questions and are ready to being earning your Brainspotting Certification, contact me to get started.  We will meet 6+ times to discuss your understanding of the theory and practice of Brainspotting.  Once you are comfortable with the information, you will be able to apply for certification.  See brainspotting website for more details on trainings, certification and consultation.

Fees and details:
Individuals meet with Jennifer 1 session per month for at least 6 months 140/session to be paid before each session.

"Certification now means the pursuit of higher excellence in BSP beyond Phase 1 & 2. But it should also mean the beginning of ongoing future pursuit of learning and development. There are no guarantees in therapy or in life. But the best we can provide for our clients is the commitment to ongoing study and the pursuit of excellence in our abilities as healers."
~ Dr. David Grand

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