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Brain Spotting is a therapeutic process that uses specific points in the client’s visual field to access unprocessed trauma in the subcortical brain. The approach uses relevant eye positions, somatic awareness, focused mindfulness and the therapist’s attunement to process and release the stored traumas which underlie a wide range of emotional and physical problems. It is a brain-body based treatment which integrates well with other types of therapies. Brainspotting Therapy uses the brain’s and body’s natural ability to self-scan and to self-heal, or move back to a state of equilibrium. When a brainspot is activated, the deep brain appears to reflexively signal the therapist that a neural network holding unprocessed trauma has been found. Trauma can be processed while connecting to either distressed or calm areas within the body. BSP Therapy can allow the client to move quickly through processing of the trauma in a contained and supported way. Because the processing occurs mostly in the subcortical brain, this may happen with less talking than in traditional talk therapy. It is common for clients to experience both rapid relief of distress and profound insights. When comparing to normal talk therapy, the individual is working mostly with the front part of the brain that manages thinking, talking, and problem-solving. However, a large amount of what individuals have experienced and how they react to things is stored in the lower part of the brain (limbic and midbrain). Brainspotting is a way of working with that part which can be very helpful to make past events have less power over individuals.
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