Mariona Diaz Isern – Psicología y Psicoterapia



Neuro-biological techniques for re-processing trauma or other painful experiences:

Brainspotting therapy is a cutting-edge psychotherapeutic approach that uses the field of vision to access specific areas of the brain related to traumatic experiences and stored emotions. The therapist guides the client to identify “brainspots”, visual points connected to their trauma. Processing of the associated emotions is triggered by focusing on these points, allowing for the release of the painful emotions. Scientific evidence supports the efficacy of Brainspotting in the treatment of trauma, anxiety disorders and depression. Neuroscientific studies demonstrate the connection between the field of vision, the nervous system and emotional responses, validating the neurobiological basis of this technique.

David Grand:

“The focused gaze on the Brainspot is like a flashlight that illuminates the shadows of trauma, allowing healing to take place.”

“Brainspotting allows the healing process to take place at deep levels of the brain, where words often do not reach.”

“Brainspotting accesses the emotional imprints stored in the brain, allowing the mind and body to heal.”

Ruth Lanius:

“Brainspotting is a valuable tool for accessing areas of the brain where traumatic memories are stored, facilitating integration and healing.”


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Brainspotting is not only grounded in clinical experience, it is also backed by research. It is an evidence-backed therapeutic approach to improve mental health and emotional well-being.