Brainspotting Phase One
Thursday and Friday, October 17 and 18, 2013 • Appleton
9 a.m. – 6 p.m. each day
Brainspotting works by identifying, processing and releasing core neurophysiological sources of emotional/somatic/spiritual pain, trauma, dissociation and a variety of symptoms. Brainspotting identifies and de-conditions activated neurological subsystems through a combination of eye position, mindful attention to somatic distress, and the attunement between therapist and client. Located through either one or both eyes, Brainspots are observed either through the “inside window” of the client’s felt sense and/or the “outside window” of the client’s reflexive responses (i.e., blinks, eye twitches or wobbles, pupil dilation, breathing patterns, and other subtle body movements). Brainspotting can be used with adults and children. Brainspotting applications include most DSM-IV diagnoses, PTSD, complex PTSD, dissociation, attachment disorders, somatic conditions, ADHD, performance and creative blocks, sports psychology, and more.
Lisa Schwarz, M.Ed., is a licensed psychologist in private practice in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. For the past 23 years she has dedicated her evolution as a healer in the context of working with trauma, dissociation, and attachment disorders. She is the Senior Brainspotting Trainer, she has developed and teaches the Resource Model of Brainspotting internationally, and is a Certified Trauma Therapist from the Colin Ross Institute. Lisa also is a certified Reiki practitioner, certified Sourcepoint Therapy practitioner, and a certified practitioner in Somatic Archaeology. Lisa has woven Brainspotting, and in particular Resource Brainspotting, into her practice utilizing all of the above theoretical foundations with great success.
UWO Appleton Executive Education Center
2323 East Capitol Drive
Appleton, WI 54911
The fee for this program is $500 and includes refreshments, instruction and 1.4 CEU/16.8 CEH Certificate for State of Wisconsin participants
Participants will earn 1.4 Continuing Education Units and 16.8 Continuing Education Hours for participating in Brainspotting Phase One.