Brainspotting a Dual Attunement Process

Brainspotting, Secondary Trauma and Self-Care

Effective Treatments For Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Corrigan & Grand 2013 Recruiting the Midbrain

Corrigan Grand & Raju 2015 (Publication March 2015)

Braingspotting With Kids And Adolescents (English)

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Oceanic Feeling by David Grand, PhD

Ocean Calm

This newly released book is an anthology containing articles about the power of the Brainspotting process in specific areas. It helps the reader see how Brainspotting is applied and to understand how to use it with certain populations. I wrote the chapter on Brainspotting and Grounding. Some of the other topics include Brainspotting and Children, Attunement, Grief and Dissociation. The book can be found at the link below.

Available on Amazon

Brainspotting: Recruiting the midbrain for accessing and healing sensorimotor memories of traumatic activation

Brainspotting: Sustained attention, spinothalamic tracts, thalamocortical processing, and the healing of adaptive orientation truncated by traumatic experience

Brainspotting Limbic Countertransference

What is Brainspotting

Fields of Fear 30 for 30


Brainspotting – reveals the key insights behind this revolutionary therapeutic tool that is accelerating our ability to heal from trauma, grief, depression and chronic pain. Written by the pioneering researcher and founder of the Brainspotting technique, David Grand Ph.D, recounts through compelling case studies how we have the ability to harness the brain’s intelligence to activate, locate, and process sources of trauma and distress to heal our physical and emotional memories. Written for the general public as well as mental health professionals, Grand explains, in easy to understand terms, the processes of the brain and how this powerful mechanism is helping survivors of 9/11/ Katrina, military combat and more to recover and live life again to the fullest without fear. Buy on Amazon or Visit


International Pathwork Foundation:

Treatment of Panic Attack with Vergence Therapy – An Unexpected Visual-Vagus Connection