Research & Articles

  • Read “A Comparison of Dual Attention, Eye Movements, and Exposure Only during Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Results from a Randomized Clinical Trial” in Psychotherapy and Psycosomatics, Martin Sack et al by clicking here
  • Read this study entitled: Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder as a Dissociative Trauma Related Condition Treated with Brainspotting – A Successful Case Report here
  • Read about the use of Brainspotting with a victim of the terrorist attacks at the Bataclan in Paris, France in November 2015 here
  • The German Brainspotting research from Stemmler, Eichman and Grand has just been published in the peer-reviewed Mediterranean Journal of Clinical Psychology here
  • Read about Brainspotting’s use with children and adolescents here.
  • A randomized clinical trial was done comparing dual attention, eye movements and exposure only during eye movement desensitization and reprocessing for PTSD. Check it out here.
  • Read about how panic attacks are treated with Vergence Therapy in this article
  • Rocky Mountain Brainspotting Institute featured in the Boulder Daily Camera‘s Nonprofit Spotlight. Take a look!
  • Brainspotting is being used with adults affected by the tragedy in Sandy Hook. Find out more in this article.
  • We hope you’ll find this article of interest. In it Colorado’s Paige Roberts shares about Brainspotting with head injuries and sport’s performance in Ski Racing magazine.
  • We have uploaded a recent paper published in 2015 by F.M. Corrigan, David Grand, and R. Raju that describes the medical hypothesis for Brainspotting. The article is titled, Brainspotting: Sustained attention, spinothalamic tracts, thalamocortical processing, and the healing adaptive orientation truncated by traumatic experience.
  • This is a Spanish study from 2015: Effective treatments for generalized anxiety disorder.
  • Hildebrand, A., Grand, D., & Stemmler, M. (2014). A preliminary study of the efficacy of Brainspotting: a new therapy approach for the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Institute of Psychology, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen Nuremberg, Version:14.1129.05.2012.


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