This 4-day Brainspotting Phase 2 training will begin with an extensive review of Outside and Inside Window Brainspotting and Gazespotting, with an emphasis on how to clinically interact with clients.
Trainees will be introduced to several important applications. Including One-Eye Brainspotting and use One-Eye goggles. We’ll cover 3 Dimensional Brainspotting using the “Z-Axis” of Brainspotting near and far; this includes Vergence Therapy which expands the Z-Axis to activate the vagus nerve through the ocular cardiac reflex.
Additional technical refinements will be presented including “Rolling Brainspotting,” with slow-eye tracking stopping briefly on each Brainspot.
Advanced techniques will also include combined Inside-Outside Brainspotting where both reflexive responses and client sense of highest activation are used together to find Brainspots.
Days 3-4 will be devoted to the second level of the Advanced Resource Model. This will entail combining the resource aspects of One-Eye and Z-Axis Brainspotting. This addresses working with clients with Very Complex PTSD and those outside of the Brainspotting Window of Tolerance.
Techniques taught with PowerPoint lecture, discussion with Q & A, demonstrations and practicums.
Candidates who have not completed Phase 1 Brainspotting training must contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org before registering.
Please note that the clock time of the training varies each day to allow for Symposium talks by featured speakers.
Through lecture, live demonstration and small group practice participants will learn to do the following:
- Review components taught in Brainspotting (Outside and Inside Window)
- Define Frame and Focus Brainspotting Diagnosis and Treatment
- Demonstrate 3 Dimensional Z-Axis and Vergence Therapy
- Define and demonstrate Rolling Brainspotting
- Define and demonstrate One-Eye Brainspotting
- Define and demonstrate the 2nd level of the Advanced Resource Model.
Day 1: Thursday, March 30: 2:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Day 2: Friday, March 31: 2:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Day 3: Saturday, April 1: 8:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Day 4: Sunday, April 2: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Continuing Education Hours
CE hours: 21 CE hours are available for Brainspotting Phase 1 for licensed professionals through R Cassidy Seminars. 21hrs/$30.00. To register and pay go to R Cassidy Seminars. Additional CEUs are available for the Symposium. Please visit the DFWBHS attendee registration page to attend and receive CEU’s from the DFWBHS part of the conference. You will have to register with TPN (the DWFBHS CEU provider) to get your CEU’s for the symposium.
Your registration for this Brainspotting Phase 2 training will automatically register you for the DWF Behavioral Health Symposium. For more info on the Symposium, visit: https://www.dfwbhs.com/
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We will provide you with a full refund if you cancel up to 14 days before the event (less $50 administrative fee*). After that, we will provide you with a full credit toward a replacement course, valid for one (1) year.
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Pie Frey, PsyD. is a psychotherapist in private practice in Boulder, Colorado. She has worked in mental health settings, adolescent treatment programs and private practice since 1982. Dr. Frey works with adolescents and adults. Specialties include working with all types of trauma, including childhood trauma; sexual abuse; addictions, mood and anxiety disorders; traumatic brain injuries; and trans-generational issues. She also has expertise working with performance enhancement, mind-body issues and spirituality. She has also developed a Brainspotting protocol for relieving obsessive-compulsive symptoms.