What is Brainspotting?
Brain spotting is a type of psychotherapy that combines eye movements with traditional talk therapy. It is based on the idea that the brain and body are connected and that eye movements can help to access and process difficult emotions. Brain spotting can be used to help people process trauma, anxiety, and other mental health issues.
Has brain spotting been approved?
Brain spotting has not been approved by any major medical or psychological organization. It is considered an experimental technique and is not widely accepted as a form of therapy.
Brain spotting has been met with some criticism from mental health professionals. Some have argued that the technique is too simplistic and lacks scientific evidence to support its efficacy. Others have expressed concern that the technique may be used to manipulate or control people, rather than to help them. Additionally, some have argued that the technique is too expensive and time-consuming for most people to use.
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