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Before my first traumatic brain injury, I was pretty hard core: playing soccer 4-5 times a week, working out, running, cycling, snowboarding in the winter and wakeboarding in the summer. I was very social, worked long hours at a corporate job I loved, and prided myself on not needing much rest. 

Things Change…

I am now a 2x brain injury survivor (2012 and 2018). Divorced. A spiritual warrior. One who needs a lot of quiet and downtime. I have gone through the grieving process that comes after losing a parent to cancer/stroke as well as the unexpected death of friends. I know the pain of working through infidelity and also how to rebuild. I can help you initiate and navigate major life, relationship and/or career changes. I understand what it feels like to be misunderstood, feel isolated, alone, even wonder if your mind & body will ever work the same and if you will get your life back after trauma.

I spent years working to figure out what it meant to take good care of myself and to love myself the way I am. While healing from a brain injury, I got my Masters and Doctorate in Spiritual Science and created a coaching program to help those healing from traumatic brain injuries and PTSD.  In addition to personal experience and education, I use coaching, mindfulness techniques and Brainspotting to help others navigate grief, addiction, depression/anxiety, childhood & adult trauma, career changes, relationship challenges, mind/body issues, and spirituality.

I have the knowledge, resources, and compassion to help you navigate a head injury, trauma, or other life obstacles. I will cheer you on and assist you in gaining the perspective, courage & strength to make big changes and create a new, expansive way of living and thriving!

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Leigh Ann Christian, LCSW, LAC

I work primarily with adults who struggle with co-occurring disorders including: mood disorders, personality disorders, substance use and process addictions. I also work with creatives and would like to expand this with BSP.

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Connie Pearson, Psychotherapist

Connie Pearson, Psychotherapist

For the past 30 years I have practiced as a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, as well as a RN in California.  I now live in Colorado, and practice as a Psychotherapist.  It is my philosophy that the difficulties in our lives can be transformed into positive learning experiences, moving a person toward balance and harmony.  Depending on the needs and goals of each person, we will co-create a plan for our work together.  Although I use numerous methods, my primary approaches are Somatic Experiencing and Brainspotting.  I have taken Advanced Brainspotting Trainings, and am a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner.  PTSD, Trauma, Attachment & Developmental Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Chronic Illness, Grief and Loss, Menopause, Premarital Counseling, Mindfulness and Spiritual Growth are some of the issues on which my practice is focused.

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Mario C. Salvador is a clinical psychologist with more than 35 years of experience. He is a Brainspotting Trainer and Supervisor, EMDR practitioner, International Integrative Psychotherapist Trainer and Supervisor by IIPA (www.integrativeassociation.com), Provisional Trainer and Supervisor Transactional Analyst by EATA-ITAA. Mr Salvador is an international Trainer and Director of ALECES, Institute of Trauma Reproccesing and Brainspotting Spain and the president of the Brainspotting Spain Association. Author of the book Beyond the Self, Healing Emotional Trauma & Brainspotting (available on Amazon) Eleftheria Publisher and co-author of the book The Power of Brainspotting. He also wrote several articles on trauma and presence in national and International journals. He’s an International lecturer and trainer in countries such as Spain, Brazil, Russia, Slovenia, England, Italy, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Russia and Austria.

David Grand and Cynthia Schwartzberg commented about Mario’s book “Beyond the Self, Healing Emotional Trauma & Brainspotting“:

“In this book, clinical psychologist Mario C. Salvador has really made an ambitious project. In essence, it presents us with the evolution, the current and future state of the art of psychotherapy. Mario considers in this book both the science and the art of the healing relationship. Embracing the uncertainty principle, he recognizes that ultimately the brain-body-self healing will always be an elusive mystery that challenges clinicians.This book is a fundamental contribution offering the basic principles that underlie each therapy approach and each therapeutic relationship.”
David Grand, PhD, Developer and trainer of Brainspotting

“The examples and clarity of presenting BSP should have this book required reading for all trainings I am surprised how rich and clear it is. Nothing else is out there at this time showing people what the in and out of BSP is. Thank you so much. I love how you come at it from a teaching and explaining what you are thinkng”Cynthia Schwartzberg, LCSW, Certified Brainspotting Therapist/Consultant/Trainer
Founder and Advisory Board Member Southeast Brainspotting Institute

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I highly appreciate the Brainspotting technique and love to apply it to clients of all ages. My youngest was 6 weeks old and my oldest client is 84!

I am treating and teaching Brainspotting in Vienna/Austria as in Paraguay in social projects. 

My personal fulfillment is offering treatments to the young ones and steadily learning from them. It is incredibly touching to look into children´s eyes after they went through releasing Brainspotting Process.

Out of these experiences, I developed a two-day training with Dr. Martha Jacobi. I enhanced the third day to it about parts work with the young population and am planing an advanced training: “Brainspotting with children and adolescents and child parts in us” soon. 

You can read and see what I have shared out of my experience with children on the Homepage: www.brainspotting-kids.com, the “CrocDuck” Homepage www.varipets.com, as in the book: “Brainspotting with children and adolescents” which can be bought online or in your local store. 

 

 

 

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Matt Angleman, LPC, LAC, CAATP

My practice focuses on creating pathways to healing for adults and adolescents impacted by trauma and grief. Additionally, I provide specialized treatments for veterans, first responders, survivors of sexual assault and violence, and complex PTSD. Treatments include: Brainspotting, EMDR, Neurofeedback, and parts work.

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Laura Reagan, LCSW-C

I’m an integrative trauma therapist using a holistic approach in working with adults who have experienced childhood abuse and neglect. I specialize in people pleasing, perfectionism, shame and all of the ways childhood physical, sexual and emotional abuse and physical and emotional neglect show up in our lives.

I’m the owner of a group practice called The Baltimore Annapolis Center for Integrative Healing, specializing in trauma and attachment from an integrative and somatically oriented perspective. We use play therapy, expressive arts, mindfulness, Internal Family Systems (IFS), Brainspotting, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and other bottom-up approaches in our work with people who have attachment wounds, trauma, grief and loss.

I’m also a coach and consultant for trauma therapists and the host of two podcasts, Therapy Chat and Trauma Chat.

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Adam Richardson, Counselor

I specialize in the many manifestations of complex and relational trauma, including but not limited to: addictions of all kinds, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and overwhelm caused by life stressors. My approach is eclectic, and I draw from the wisdom of a number of spiritual and psychological traditions in my practice. I also integrate a number of modalities into my work with my clients, including Brainspotting. My overall goal of the integration of these streams of influence to to remain relationally attuned and flexible to meet the varying and shifting needs of my clients and to help my clients connect with their innate healing abilities and resources.

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I like to ask “what happened to you?” instead of “what’s wrong with you?” Making sense of your story (how you got here, why are you staying, and where you would like to go) can be an integral part of healing. This can be done in many ways. Some of my favorite tools are Brainspotting (to clear trauma and expand hope), the Enneagram (for spiritual growth and self understanding), paying attention to what your body is saying (to raise emotional and body awareness), and exploring your history through an interpersonal and developmental trauma lens.

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