Brainspotting: Where You Look Can Affect How You Feel
Brainspotting is a relatively new type of therapy designed to help people access, process, and overcome trauma, negative emotions, and pain, including psychologically induced physical pain. Brainspotting was developed through David Grand's work with survivors of trauma, and many mental health professionals utilizing the approach have found it to be an effective form of treatment for a variety of mental health concerns.
Attendees will understand the difference between EMDR and Brainspotting during this Lunch & Learn. Attendees will be able to describe the modality of brainspotting and how it impacts the client. Finally, attendees will be able to recognize appropriate clients to refer for brainspotting.
Laura Pryor LIMHP, LPC, PLADC graduated from UNO in 2008 with her Masters in Community Counseling. She has been in private practice since 2010. In addition to her training in EMDR and Brainspotting she is also a DBT trained therapist. Her areas of expertise and passion include trauma, peri & postnatal mental health, chronic illness, and borderline personality disorder.
Lunch & Learn
February 8, 2019
The Omaha Bakery 608 South 72nd Street, Omaha, NE 68114
Registration will be from 10:45am-11am
Lunch & Learn from 11am- 12:30pm
Lunch will be served around Noon.
This program meets the criteria of an approved continuing education program for mental health practice for 1.5 CEU
APPT Member Rate: $30
APPT Non-Member Rate: $40
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