Individual deep psychotherapy of psychological trauma with Brainspotting for adults

The procedure of entering psychotherapy

Entering individual psychotherapy is a procedure that begins with an introductory meeting. It is dedicated to talking about your problems and what you want to change during the process, and there is time for your questions about this psychotherapy approach. The introductory meeting is non-binding and allows time for reflection.
If you decide to enter the process, we initially arrange a few meetings to identify whether we are a match in terms of content and personality. After a few meetings, we agree to continue the process or discuss a more appropriate form of psychotherapy. When entering the psychotherapy process, you sign a working agreement for our collaboration, which is a formal part of the agreement.

Duration of the therapy process

The length of therapy depends on the content you bring into it, your capacity to deal with emotional pain, and your expectations for change. If the problem is only related to adult life and you previously lived in a safe and supportive environment, the process may be shorter. When you come to therapy because of the consequences of developmental trauma, a longer process is needed for more permanent and deeper changes.

Brainspotting supervision

Supervision takes place individually and aims at supporting the therapist in introducing Brainspotting into their therapy model and in using the method in clinical practice.