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Brainspotting Coaching FAQs

Q: So, really. What is this Brainspotting stuff, and how can it help me work through my business head trash? I thought it was just a psychotherapy approach.

A: Brainspotting is a powerful, brain-based healing method that does more than just help with trauma and other “therapy-worthy” issues.

Brainspotting Coaching helps people work through performance issues and little “hang-ups” that we all experience along the way.

Professional and amateur performers alike, such as athletes, performing artists, public speakers, and even “regular” people just like you have made their already amazing skills even more refined with Brainspotting Coaching.

Q: Um…I don’t have “performance issues,” do I?

A: You say that like it’s a bad thing. We all have performance limitations to some degree or another, especially when the stakes are high–and let’s face it–you work for yourself. It is impossible to have a successful business and not feel unnerved about taking it to the next level.

The things that are stopping you from having the business you’ve always wanted have manifested as behavioral blocks.

You want to stop working evenings, but you haven’t blocked off your schedule and informed your clients of the change. You want to charge more for your services because you know you provide amazing value to clients, but you just can’t seem to approach your clients with the rate change. Brainspotting Coaching can help you break through these barriers so you can get on with doing the transformational work you do in a way that supports your health and well-being.

Q: I just have one small but annoying problem. How long will it take me to work through my “stuff?”

For most simple/small issues, such as not feeling good about charging for missed appointments, generally one coaching meeting is enough.

For example, I have helped many therapists feel good about charging for late cancellations just by talking through the issue, but adding Brainspotting Business Performance Coaching helps strengthen their confidence, and therefore, results in upholding their policy without wavering, feeling bad, or being too aggressive or confrontational.