Katherine Allen is a Certified Consultant in Brainspotting™ and is now also a Trainer. This means that she is available to those new to Brainspotting for their Supervision hours towards Certification, plus she is scheduling and running the 3-day Phase 1 and Phase 2 Trainings in Northern New England.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to Katherine if you are interested in hosting a training in your area or for your agency or group. We need a minimum 12 attendees to come to your location for training, contact Katherine for more information and scheduling.

To become a Certified Brainspotting Practitioner, you must complete an in-person 3-day Phase 1 and Phase 2 training. After Phase 1, start recording your sessions and document 50 sessions of practice. During this time, we will need to meet for 6 hours of case consult and technique supervision, and 2 of those hours must be post-Phase 2 training. There are forms to track both your sessions and our supervision time (see below). To complete Certification, there is also fee of $150 paid to David Grand. The new Brainspotter may choose to attend a 5-Day Intensive with David Grand himself in lieu of several individual supervision hours.

Ongoing Certification requires 100 sessions documented every 2 years and a fee of $100, so keep documenting your sessions.

To become a Certified Consultant, you must have completed Phases 1, 2 and 3, plus the 5-Day Intensive and to be actively accumulating experience and depth in your Brainspotting practice, and continue with case consult and supervision sessions. It is best to have completed the 3-day Master Class as well.

The schedule of upcoming Brainspotting training events is kept up-to-date on Brainspotting.com.

Rates for Supervision:
1-Hour Individual – $100 (towards Certification)
2-Hour Group – $50 per person (for skill, support and community building)

Forms for Supervision:
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Brainspotting-Certification-Renewal-Application-Revised
Session-Tracking-Form
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Consultant-Expert-Review-Form

Here’s a great video of David Grand explaining Limbic Countertransference, something we all experience: