Brainspotting Training

Shalom Chaverim!  Or in English, Greetings Friends! And welcome to our first JTC-sponsored training: Brainspotting 1! We will be hosting a virtual training for Jewish therapists at the end of this month (February)!

Our Training Leader

Jana Glass, LPC (Georgia), is a highly sought-after therapist educator, consultant and trainer.  Her expertise spans perinatal mental health, addictions, and the vast array of trauma.  A justice and equity-aligned professional, Jana is a fellow Jewish therapist who has stepped up to offer this training so our community can learn and grow as professionals with shared vantage points, in the safety and bravery of an affinity space.

The Details!

When: February 26th, 27th, and 28th plus March 4th and 5th.  8 AM Pacific (11 Eastern) daily.  If you’re outside of North America and are unsure about the times, please indicate that in the form (below).

Where: Tried and true: trusty Zoom! You’ll get your link when we process your registration.

For Whom: Therapists and graduate students who are in their internship/fieldwork component. We are sorry, but at this time, this training is for psychotherapists and student therapists only. Stay tuned for future trainings with a broader audience.

Continuing Ed:  YES!  From University of Georgia.

Course and CE fee: The regular rate is $795 including CE. Student/Retake is our lowest option at $400. See registration for more information.

More Insight From Jana

PS: Want to learn Brainspotting but these dates just don’t work?  Shoot us an email so we can add you to the list to be notified of our next Phase 1 training with plenty of lead time!

Already Trained in Brainspotting???

Are you trained in Brainspotting and interested in assisting?  Go here!  We’re also giving any assistants a free year in the directory (and the goodies it comes with) as a thank you for being part of community and being of service.

Leadershop Opportunities

Do you have a passion for teaching, mentoring, or training? Would you like to offer a professional training or personal development workshop for Jewish therapists? What about a cultural competency training for non-Jewish clinicians and others who work in mental health? Be supported to whatever level you need and teach your passion to a global community. Click here to share your idea/course and we’ll be in touch!