Discover Deep Brain Reorienting (DBR): a unique psychotherapeutic approach that effectively heals both the shock and deep, enduring emotions of trauma and attachment wounding.
When clients experience trauma, their body may rapidly register an initial shock response from the threat of the experience. That shock becomes stored in the body, and if it’s not effectively processed, it will continue to wreak havoc through unexplained symptoms and an inability to fully process the emotions of the traumatic memory.
Trauma approaches that focus mainly on the deep emotions the client is experiencing may miss this essential element of shock, thereby inhibiting or blocking the healing. The revolutionary DBR approach of Master clinician and internationally-known Psychiatrist, Dr Frank Corrigan, is unique in its ability to access and clear the shock that preceded the deep emotions, allowing clearing of the persistent, often horrific, symptoms for the client ... and allowing clinicians to effectively treat the full impact of trauma!
Now, in this all-new Master Class, you have the rare opportunity to sit alongside Dr. Frank Corrigan and experience DBR in action.
Through real in-session videos, you’ll discover practical somatic strategies that you can immediately apply with your clients. Then, watch the recording with Dr. Corrigan and PESI UK Director, Tracy Jarvis, as they unpack essential skills into a digestible step-by-step process, which can be quickly added to your practice toolkit, no matter what your therapeutic modality.
Don't miss this opportunity to experience Deep Brain Reorienting’s unique ability to heal both shock and trauma to dramatically improve outcomes—even with the most challenging cases.
Know exactly how to access and provide healing for trauma other approaches aren’t able to reach!
Watch in-depth sessions including clinical demonstrations and insightful analysis from Dr. Frank Corrigan and PESI UK Director, Tracy Jarvis.
Plus, you'll receive the recording of Dr. Corrigan's Q&A covering content to incorporating DBR within your practice.
Through this engaging online course, you’ll learn:
- A step-by-step process for helping clients to access and release shock and trauma
- Somatic interventions which can be used to process trauma other high-level approaches cannot reach
- How to read a client’s body language for cues on how to proceed with the DBR process
- Research-backed insights into the latest neuroscience of trauma
- And much more!
Learn exactly what this course has to offer and how it can revolutionise your practice through easy integration with your preferred modality. You’ll discover the origins of DBR and how it evolved as a necessity from Frank’s clinical experience and academic research interests as a Psychiatrist and clinician.
Dr. Frank Corrigan shares his theory about trauma and attachment wounding which led to the creation of DBR. Discover the latest research findings into key brain structures involved in shock and trauma processing and how these core brain structures, once accessed, have powerful clinical implications which other modalities are not able to replicate.
This module will enable you to learn the unique and practical DBR skills necessary for deep trauma healing even with your most complex cases. Dr. Frank Corrigan teaches you how to apply the O-T-A-S loop with clients so you can heal shock and trauma stored deep in their bodies that no other therapy has been able to access.
Join Dr. Frank Corrigan in-session with Vicky, a client dealing with stress and relationship conflict. Watch Dr. Corrigan as he asks Vicky to recall a recent memory and then narrows in on the activating stimulus to guide her through the DBR process. This is followed by a discussion with fellow clinician and PESI UK Director Tracy Jarvis in which Dr. Corrigan shares his insights into the session.
Watch as client Jacs shares her difficulties with writer’s block and how she is self-sabotaging her own academic progress. Dr. Corrigan leads her to recall a recent moment, in which they discover childhood distress as the root of the problem. Tracy Jarvis then questions Dr. Corrigan on his approach post-session.
Client Jacs describes how she’s feeling lonely and losing her connection with her partner due to his frequent business travels. Dr. Corrigan orients her to focus on her loneliness and helps her to process it using DBR. This is followed by an interview with Tracy Jarvis who questions Dr. Corrigan on the intricacies of the approach.
Dr. Corrigan delves deeper into client Jacs’ concerns around being separated from people and her fear of abandonment, to help process her feelings of loneliness. Tracy Jarvis and Dr. Corrigan then share a discussion on this final session and pull out the practical tips that can be applied to your own practice.
Frank Corrigan, MD, began his training in psychiatry in 1977 and was an NHS Consultant Psychiatrist in Scotland from 1985 until 2018, latterly working part-time as a specialist provider of trauma psychotherapy. He now works in private practice in Glasgow and specialises in complex trauma and dissociative disorders. After training in EMDR in 1999 he was, until recently, an accredited practitioner and consultant with the EMDR Association (UK & Ireland). He is the co-author of “Neurobiology and treatment of traumatic dissociation” (Lanius, UF, Paulsen, SL, & Corrigan FM, Springer, New York, 2014) and of “The Comprehensive Resource Model” (Schwarz, L, Corrigan, F, Hull, A, & Raju, R, Routledge, London, 2017). The hypotheses underlying DBR were set out in a paper co-authored with Jessica Christie-Sands in Medical Hypotheses (2020, 136, 109502).
Tracy Jarvis, PESI UK Director, UKCP registered Psychotherapist and Trauma Specialist. Tracy acts as moderator throughout this masterclass, using her own clinical knowledge and insights to draw out the most essential tips and finer nuances you need to know… reworded in simplified and practical step-by-step language so you can easily incorporate Deep Brain Reorienting into your practice.
We’re that confident you'll find this learning experience to be all that's promised and more than you expected.