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

Certified Brainspotting Practitioner
To become a Certified Brainspotting Practitioner, you must complete both 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.

Go Further with Brainspotting
To become a Certified Consultant, you must have completed Phases 1, 2 and 3, plus the 5-Day Intensive, be actively accumulating experience and depth in your Brainspotting practice, and continue with case consult and supervision sessions with your Supervisor. It is best to have also completed the 3-day Master Class or Phase 4, both exclusively led by David himself.

The schedule of 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:

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