BRAINSPOTTING MASTERCLASS WITH
DAVID GRAND, PhD
FOR BIPOC MENTAL HEALTH AND HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS.
Online via Zoom
Friday/Saturday/Sunday - January 7th, 8th, 9th, 2022
Time: 7am to 4pm Pacific Time
This training will not be recorded for distribution.
Addiction Counselors | Professional Counselors | Social Workers | Psychologists | Marriage and Family Therapists | Psychiatrists | Nurse Practitioners | Occupational Therapists | Executive/Life Coaches | Naturopaths | Acupuncturists | Students in a mental health related graduate degree program.
Asian | African American/Black | Latinx | Indigenous/Native | Mixed Race | Southeast Asian | Pacific Islander | MENA (if you believe that you are treated differently and perceived to be a person of color - yes I know it's confusing)
Completion of Brainspotting Phase 1 required. Completion of Phase 2 strongly recommended.
The Master Class is an opportunity for Brainspotting therapists to learn Brainspotting the way David Grand uses it in his office. The teaching opportunities are designed to make available the open, integrative, free-form approach for use with clients in all diagnostic categories, including Dissociative and Attachment Disorders. The format will include multiple experientials with attendees, role playing of working with challenging cases brought in by attendees and presentation of the newest Brainspotting innovations with lively and open Q and A. This mode of learning directly with David, has only been available to date in the Intensives he conducts . This 3 day Master Class provides the opportunity for expanded groups to study the most advanced, creative clinical applications of Brainspotting. Brainspotting Phase 1 and 2 are recommended for attendance.
Registration Process and important information
Please be sure that you have checked your schedule prior to registering for this training.
There are no payment plans options for this training. This is no limit to the number of attendees. You have until Thursday January 6th, 2022 at noon Pacific time to register. Registration will close at noon January 6th, 2022.
If you are a full time or part time student in a masters or doctoral mental health related degree program you may qualify for the student rate. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of your school and the degree program where you are currently enrolled and request the student rate. Emails with no identifiers and/or one liners such as "can I get the student rate" will be ignored.
If you are Canadian or outside the USA please email email@example.com for special pricing.
If you have a TRUE financial need and require a fee reduction please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a fee reduction. Please include a brief description of your financial situation. Please note there are no scholarships or grants that supplement the fees. The fee reduction process is meant to provide access based on financial need. It is not to provide general discounts.
Upon completion of registration, you will receive notification that your registration has been received.
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Click on the PDF document below to read the requirements about the available payment plan.