Jul 2, 2019
This episode focuses on the power of combining the cutting edge modalities of Brainspotting and EFT(Emotional Freedom Technique) to allow clients to work through obstacle
Mantra #1: “We don’t have to know what it is, to know that it is”. This is actually a quote from one of the slides from the Brainspotting training (Phase One). Brainspotting also follows the principle of uncertainty which means that the brainspotter must not assume what is going on with the client or where the session will go. So much can happen without us needing to understand the details of it.
Mantra #2: We don’t have to suffer. With noninvasive and relatively gentle modalities such as Brainspotting and EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique)
Mantra #3: Progress can be fast (it doesn’t have to take long). Jenn describes some client stories where she has seen people shift in just one session
Mantra #4: In order to get to the “gold” (or the “glory” as
referred to in the episode title), sometimes you have to get the
“gunk” out of the way. (This metaphor reminds me of the story of
the Golden Buddha),
Jenn described it as unclogging the gunk in the sink drain. Modalities such as Brainspotting and EFT allow clients to break free from the gunk! And why should we bother to go through the “gunk removal process” through modalities such as Brainspotting and EFT?
-Save time and money
-Stop having to go to ongoing therapy
-Don’t get sick (books like “The Body Keeps the Score” talk about how unresolved emotional issues are the drivers for many of our ailments
-Realize peak performance and be the best version of yourself
More about Jenn DeLorenzo.
Jenn’s passion is collaborating with clients to create their personal blueprint for health, wellness and joy. A vital part of her approach is instilling her clients with a sense of ownership in their therapeutic outcomes. She does this by introducing various exercises, strategies and daily practices, including advanced techniques like Brainspotting and EFT. By helping her clients clear out emotional and physical traumas, they can live free of the repetitive patterns and limiting beliefs that hold them back.
When she isn’t working, you can find Jenn hiking in the woods, walking on the beach, and taking photos of all things nature—especially any and all dogs she encounters along the way.
Interested in becoming the author of your own life story? Contact Jennifer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-949-1661.
Jennifer DeLorenzo, LCSW, LICSW