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Welcome to
Brainspotting with Children and Adolescents 


Resource Image of a young client: "My brain may weep as gently as a flower in the grass..."

Brainspotting is a powerful, focused treatment method that works by identifying, processing and releasing core neurophysiological sources of emotional/body pain, trauma, dissociation and a variety of other challenging symptoms.......more about Brainspotting see on the international page of the founder Dr. David Grand: or the pages of the many international trainers in each representing country

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When the monster starts to smile...

Brainspotting with Children and Adolescents Training was developed by experiencing Brainspotting Treatments with this age group. Many Therapists who have learned Brainspotting are using it with kids and adolescents. 

In these fields, it is also experienced as a great technique to get effective access to self-healing components.

Dr. Martha Jacobi and Mag. Monika Baumann 

Both international Senior Trainers in Brainspotting had essential experiences in many different work areas such as children´s homes, community traumas, in their private practices, hospitals, etc. 

Besides being friends Monika and Martha developed the basic 2-Day training together: "Brainspotting with children and adolescents." Monika later extended this by a third day, and in 2022 an advanced two-day training came next which will be extended to a third day in 2023. 

Although living many kilometers and an ocean apart, they keep working together and enriching each other with their children's and adolescents' treatment experiences. Both offer supervision. Due to life circumstances, the training is currently taught by Monika only - always thankful for and honoring Martha's contributions. 

Read more about the two of them and their work history here.

"Brainspotting with Children and Adolescents"

in many book stores, online market places, and as e-books around the world!

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