What is it?
Focused Mindfulness Meditation Workshop
Integrating basic brain/body principles from Brainspotting, a powerful and effective form of therapy, we will be introduced to Self-Spotting. We will learn through discussion, demonstration and practice how to apply Self-Spotting to our lives. This process is known to lead to greater peace and meaningful relationships.
I am honored to share this process with you. I have found it extremely helpful for myself during times of stress and when I want to enhance a thought or creative process. I am a trainer, Brainspotting consultant and involved since its inception in 2003. Cynthia Schwartzberg, LCSW
Who is it for?
This workshop is ideal for all those seeking to find peace and balance during challenging times. It is also good for those wanting to expand their meditation practice or try focused mindfulness. You do not have to be a Brainspotting Practitioner to participate. All are welcome.
What are people saying?
“Although I had a lot of therapy before Brainspotting, it was the Brainspotting that helped me make the shift to release past images and negative feelings.” HS
“Brainspotting helped me develop a healthier relationship with my body and to deepen my relationship with my partner. I use the tools that I learned with my practitioner every day to stay connected to my body and my emotional reactions to stress. I am so grateful to have these tools, especially over the last year.” LK
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