The following therapists are trained in brainspotting. Brainspotting is a powerful, neuroscience-informed treatment method that works by identifying, processing and releasing stored negative or traumatic experiences from the brain. Brainspotting also promotes healing for individuals suffering from physical pain. Brainspotting originates from EMDR and works by targeting the brain’s natural healing mechanisms, using specific eye positions and focused mindfulness to help affected individuals heal from within.
Currently our counselor who is specialized in Brainspotting does not have openings, Please see our EMDR therapy page to see if we have EMDR therapists with availability.
Jeanneen Morris, MA, LPC
Adolescent (ages 14+), Adults, Individual, Couples, Family, Brain Spotting, Christian Counseling
OFFERING IN-OFFICE OR TELEHEALTH THROUGH THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Jeanneen Morris is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Masters degree in Counseling. She has over 19 years of counseling experience and has been managing her own therapy business since 2007. Jeanneen loves to help people who have experienced trauma and abuse find peace. She is trained in brainspotting, a special technique used in to treat trauma. She specializes in working with first responders, fellow therapists and other caregivers who are experiencing trauma and/or compassion fatigue. She feels it is important for all caregivers to be able to lighten their burden and to have a place to discuss those things that are weighing them down so they can have more energy to help those in their care and enjoys being part of that process. Jeanneen is trained in and works with Highly Sensitive People and enjoys helping individuals who are experiencing depression and anxiety to learn to manage those conditions so they can live a fuller life. Jeanneen also specializes in couples and marriage counseling. She is trained in Gottman research-based couples therapy and loves to work with couples to promote understanding and reconciliation. "Conflict comes with relationships. It is possible to use that conflict as a way to promote understanding of self and others and thus promote intimacy." Jeanneen is able to provide Christian counseling to those who desire it.