Dates: March 1–3, 2019, 9am–6pm Location: Amen Clinic: 16 East 40th Street, NYC, NY
Brainspotting is a powerful and effective approach to healing and wellness that harnesses the nervous system's ability to reorganize and realign itself, enhancing resilience and facilitating change. Discovered in 2003 by psychotherapist Dr. David Grand, Brainspotting accesses the brain-body's innate self-scanning and self-healing capacities in the context of neurobiological and relational attunement. In Brainspotting, a person's brain-body activation around a particular issue is paired with a relevant eye position, called a Brainspot, that locates, processes and releases trauma, allowing the brain-body system to regain homeostasis. This class will introduce you to the core concepts and provide you with hands on experience utilizing the basic elements of Brainspotting so that you can begin using it immediately.
Brainspotting was found to be the most effective therapy for treatment of trauma in adults in the 2016 Sandy Hook Community Report.
Susan Pinco, PhD, LCSW is in private practice in NYC and New Jersey, and teaches internationally, offering courses in powerful, somatically-informed, experiential modalities that promote healing by bridging the gap between mind and body. Susan is a certified Brainspotting (BSP) consultant and trainer, and a member of David Grand's NY supervision group which has worked with him as he developed Brainspotting. She is also an ASCH certified Hypnotherapist/Consultant and an EMDR certified consultant. Susan is currently working on a book that encourages therapists to utilize silence to facilitate integration and healing. She can be contacted at SusanPinco@Coherentself.com or via www.coherentself.com or (201) 747-6789.
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