Brainspotting uses the field of vision to find where a person is holding trauma or other negative experience in their brain. The term “brainspot” refers to the neural activity that occurs in a specific network within the brain when an individual is attending to an issue. It also refers to the eye position that activates or resonates with that network. Brainspotting is a neurobiological and attunement tool designed to support the clinical therapeutic relationship.
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