Healing Trauma with Brainspotting Publication date : May 15, 2019
Christian Zaczyk is a psychiatrist and psychotherapist, trained in many approaches validated by the international scientific community, such as cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy, and mindfulness. He was trained by David Servan-Schreiber at EMDR [Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing], and is supervisor and trainer of Brainspotting. He is the author of: Comment avoir de bonnes relations avec les autres.
A very novel psychotherapy to heal trauma.
Brainspotting is a technique that was developed in the United States by Dr. David Grand. This completely new method, which came out of EMDR, can heal various forms of psychic trauma and help patients recover a state of internal peace, to once again feel good about themselves.
Dr. Christian Zaczyk, a psychiatrist, trained by David Grand, has introduced this technique in France. In this book he describes the immense potential of this new psychotherapeutic technique, and the hope that it represents in curing a large range of disorders: from small to great traumas.
Illustrated by many case studies, this book also enables the reader to better understand the defense systems that the brain uses to protect itself from threats, and the unexpected capacity for self-healing that it holds.
An extraordinary voyage into the human psyche, as well as a new hope for psychic healing.