- Taschenbuch: 178 Seiten
- Verlag: Sounds True Inc (17. Juli 2013)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1604078901
- ISBN-13: 978-1604078909
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 13,3 x 1,3 x 21 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 151.456 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Brainspotting: The Revolutionary New Therapy for Rapid and Effective Change (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 17. Juli 2013
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All I can say about Brainspotting is, "THIS STUFF WORKS!" Thank you for everything you have given my life with your genius and discoveries!" Earl Poteet, L.C.S.W., M.S.W.
"David Grand is one of the most important and effective psychological trauma therapists now practicing, and his development of Brainspotting is a very important leap forward in helping people resolve trauma. Brainspotting is a remarkable, sophisticated, flexible addition to the therapeutic toolkit of any psychotherapist. I know because I use it regularly, and find that, combined with the psychoanalytic approaches I normally practice, the results are astonishingly helpful. Using it, one becomes amazed at the extent to which our traumas can be detected in our ordinary facial and eye reflexes, and how, by using these windows to inner mental states, many traumas and symptoms can be rapidly relieved. Grand writes clearly, and the cases, dramatic as they are, are not exaggerated.
--NORMAN DOIDGE MD, FRCPC, Author of The Brain That Changes Itself
"All I can say about Brainspotting is, "THIS STUFF WORKS!" Thank you for everything you have given my life with your genius and discoveries!"
--EARL POTEET, L.C.S.W., M.S.W.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
David Grand, PhD, is a licensed clinical social worker with a private psychotherapy practice in Manhattan. His clients include survivors of traumas such as 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, and active combat, as well as professional performers, athletes, and business leaders. He is the author of Emotional Healing at Warp Speed, and his media appearances include CNN, NBC, and The New York Times. For more, visit www.brainspotting.com.
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Es ist auch für Interessierte das weite Feld von Traumatisierungen, deren Auswirkungen und die Wege für ein Leben ohne Trauma verständlich beschrieben. Für Traumatherapeuten kann Brainspotting ein mögliches wichtiges Tool für die Behandlung sein.
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While I found the topic very interesting, I found that this book focused too much on the history and development of the process. I personally would have liked to read about the science behind brainspotting and why it is an effective therapy. I did find the exercises that promote mindfulness useful and the part discussing the oculo-cardial reflex very interesting but I would have liked to read less about the details of its development.
That all being said, I do realize that I am not the target audience. I am not a therapist and recognize that there may not be any studies on brainspotting that would generate scientific content. I imagine that this is a unique modality for treating patients and therapists looking to use this treatment technique would find this information useful. I do hope that there is a future edition which includes more insights into WHY this treatment works and less about its history.
I tried to figure out if this book would teach Brainspotting, so I read the reviews, saw that someone asked the same question of a reviewer (which went unanswered), and looked all around the Internet. The descriptions were in that grey area of "Overview", "Case studies", "Reveals". Some reviewers were saying that this was a life-saving book, but others would say it's just about the development. Is this book both? Are people reading the book and using it in their practice as they claim?
Here's the answer; No. It's NOT a how to.
This is a book on the development of Brainspotting (coming up with the name, him finding the x-axis, then finding the y-axis, sentimentally finding his deceased dad's pointer & hat, then finding the z-axis, client examples, finding a creativity spot, a decision making spot, the god spot (ya don't say...), international marketing of the procedure, etc.), and not really a how to. I'm sure he's a nice guy, and some may find his casual writing style "folksy", but I found it to be somewhat self-aggrandizing. I don't really care about his international vacations as a child, or how he decided to name the Biolateral CD's after his friends' band.
Perhaps there really isn't more to this procedure than being able to do it from what David discloses in the book. If that's the case, I would have preferred to pay much more for a much smaller book.
There are 7 kindle pages (5 print pages?) on sorta doing it to yourself - the very first suggestion in the chapter (3 pages) is to purchase his Biolateral CD. Really? Three pages? Another suggestion is to hold your own hand and soothe yourself.
This book is not for clinicians, rather, I feel it is for devotees.
I suspect that some of the glowing reviews are shills. How "thrilled", "over the moon", and "saved my life" can one be about a book on the history of a technique. Do not confuse the results some may have gotten from the procedure and working with David, with the actual content of the book. A history of The Beatles will not teach you how to play like them.
Albeit a quick read, and marginally worth the $8 I spent, I felt that there is very little practical content.
"Finis Coronat Opus"? Caveat Emptor... I suspect reviewer shenanigans.
As the book moves from chapter to chapter it poignantly details the profound and unprecedentedly rapid healing that countless individuals experienced via this method.
During the course of my work I frequently refer individuals suffering from trauma and performance anxiety related to learning challenges to a Brainspotting therapist with excellent results.
Chief Education Officer, Arrowsmith Program
It's a very well written book, and elaborates the steps of the process very well . Frederic Schiffer's book: Of Two Minds, Free Press, 1998, also covers the same theme. They complement each other.
It's a must read.