Prior to attending, David Grand, differentiated intensive master’s class. Whereas in the first one only ten people participate where all clients and therapists are at least once under their supervision, being restricted to the demonstration of the technique. In the second, the Brainspotting is done in an open and integrated way, and any form of Brainspotting can be used and open to any number of participants.
In the Master Class, after each demonstration, an extensive deliberation is made, first on an individual basis with the person that was attended, with the sharing of the other participants, followed by a technical evaluation, where Grand describes what happened and answers questions of the group.
Another teaching tool in this modality is role play supervision where the therapist brings a challenging case, places himself in the position of that client while Grand plays the role of therapist. In the end, an exercise is done to get the therapist out of the role of client.