Cristiane Damaso, Polícia Civil do Distrito Federal, Associação Brasileira de Brainspotting, Brazil
The objective is to provide guidance on different ways of practicing Brainspotting in an adult group, in order adjust to institutional realities and others where professionals must attend a larger audience in a shorter interval, and individual clinical practice is infeasible. Professionals who have at least Brainspotting Phase 1 Training and who have experience working with groups can participate. This work intends to help the integration of Brainspotting to the different approaches of group psychotherapy, such as family therapy, community therapy, sports psychology. Guidance will also be given on how to form Brainspotting therapeutic groups, both homogeneous, focusing on similar and heterogeneous problems, with different types of problems, with indications of scales and questionnaire for data recording. In this study will be performed a theoretical part and another experiential part.