22.1 Hypnosis as a resource for Brainspotting reprocessing
Sergio Costenaro, Interclin – Clínica de Especialidades, Brazil
The objective will be to present the relationship of hypnosis or deep relaxation as a resource for the reprocessing of traumatic events. Two patients underwent reprocessing sessions with BSP without hypnosis and with hypnosis as a resource from the same traumatic experiences. The comparison between the results of the sessions was done according to the SUDS scale. Other patients underwent reprocessing sessions with BSP with hypnosis and the results obtained were from the patients’ own reports. With the use of hypnosis it was observed that the SUDS scale was zeroed in less time and with less suffering, according to the patient’s own report. With reprocessing sessions with hypnosis in patients who had already worked the same traumatic situation at another time (without hypnosis) and who reported having no activation or discomfort, the activation was again observed and a greater depth was obtained, bringing to the earlier events and memories that processing without hypnosis had not brought. In subsequent sessions, no further activation was achieved and the patients reported the desired changes in their daily lives.

22.2 Transgerational Transmission of Traumas (TTT) and bBrainspotting
André Monteiro, Focus – Consultoria em Relacionamentos Interpessoais Ltda., Brazil
This paper presents the concepts of trauma and resource transmitted under the inter and transgenerational forms. Correlated to the processes of transmission and treatment of non-adaptive transgenerational information, there are strategies for the activation and reprocessing of traumas of this systemic nature, within the scope of Brainspotting.

22.3 Brainspotting and magic field
Adriana Kortlandt-Grandin, Zentrum für Psychiatrie, Psychotherapie, Neurologie und Psychosomatik, Germany
I work in a psychotherapy clinic in Germany. I attend political refugees. There are victims of torture. Recalling the scenes is not recommended. I developed the “Magic Field”, a visual field where the patient himself locates the dense point, the lightness or liberation, and the path between them. The dense spot, where the traumatic scenes are located, is replaced by a symbol. The therapist stimulates, by the “copy and paste” method, that the patient scans from one point to another, and maintains control of the process. On the way there is the oasis, or place of rest, and that of strengthening. The patient can touch, cut, modify and accept parts of the field. There is symbolization in place of the scene, and field sensitization maintains reprocessing effectiveness while the patient maintains process control.

22.4 Caring for the psychotherapist: restoring the energy between sessions and the end of the day. Looking for our axis Brainspot
Luciana Caruso, Brainspotting Trainer, Argentina
For healing to occur, therapist and patient must be able to perform that encounter. The therapist has the responsibility to lead with lucidity, predisposition and empathy to carry out this objective successfully. However, the wear and tear of successive sessions without rest, with the own identifications of the psychotherapist, cause a wear that reduces effectiveness at the time of conducting the session. Physical exercises developed for this purpose are a possible solution to the inevitable blockage of energy in the body (chi). My goal is to be able to teach a series of quick exercises (based on the healing chi kung), to be able to perform every three patients, plus a series of closing exercises for working hours, to be able to return home with our energy without blockages and in axis. Finally we will look for the Brainspot of the sensation of axis to be able to activate it whenever we consider it necessary.

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