Daniel Gabarra, Associação Brasileira de Brainspotting, Brazil
The goal will be to present the Neurolinguistic Programming Hierarchy (NLP) model as the driver of the parent and caregiver orientation process to facilitate and direct the identification of Brainspotting processing needs, focusing on improving the child or adolescent’s treatment. The first stage develops psychoeducation of the parents in the therapeutic process of the child. The second step is the training of these parents as co-therapists based on the family relational evaluation guided by the NLP hierarchy modeling. The third step is when we identify and reprocess traumas and parental activations that prevent or hinder family alignment. Until then the focus of the intervention is with parents and / or caregivers, aiming at a systemic-family stability more favorable to the child’s development. In the fourth stage, the initial complaints are reassessed and the need for intervention with the child / adolescent is verified. The power of systemic-family reorganization of the parents is greater than that of the child (ren) s. The process of psychoeducation is crucial for parents to engage effectively and understand how they, as co-therapists, can help their children much more day-to-day, and in the long run, than a professional once a week.