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David Grand describes the central aspects of brainspotting and performs a live demo. Dr. Dr. Damir del Monte presents new insights into how our brain works and how neuroscientists describe the effects of psychotherapy.
Together they discuss how brainspotting might work. An exciting dialogue and a "must have" for all brainspotting therapists.
|Brainspotting meets Neuroscience: Welcome||06:34|
|Brainspotting meets Neuroscience: Introduction||11:05|
|Brainspotting meets Neuroscience: General Remarks||11:03|
|Brain: A Complex System||21:43|
|The First Limbic Level – Brainstem The First Limbic Level: Brainstem and DiencephalonDiencephalon||31:54|
|Brainspotting meets Neuroscience: Questions of the audience||10:04|
|The Second Limbic Level: Areas of Emotional Conditioning||06:03|
|The Fourth (non-limbic) Level: Telencephalon with Isocortex and Allocortex||18:06|
|Nonlimbic Isocortex vs Medial Prefrontal and Insular Limbic Cortex||07:58|
|Stress and Trauma in the Brain||26:06|
|Brainspotting and the Felt Sense||17:51|
|Felt sense: Pain and what does Therapy in the Brain||14:16|
|What about the Eyes||32:05|
|Dual Attunement Frame||39:32|
|Brainspotting and the Eyes||57:46|
|Emotional Conditioning in Amygdala||05:22|
|Live Therapy Session||52:35|