Deep Brain Reorienting (DBR)®
is a trauma psychotherapy

DBR aims to access and process traumatic experience by tracking the original sequence of physiological responses that occurred when the deep brain had been alerted to a threat or an attachment disruption.

Special Event to raise funds for DBR research

with Dr Frank Corrigan & Professor Ruth Lanius

Save the dates:

1 – 4 November 2024

Deep Brain Reorienting Level 1 and Level 2
4-day in-person intensive, Toronto, Canada

9 & 10 November 2024

Deep Brain Reorienting Level 3
2-day in-person, London Ontario, Canada

Introduction to DBR

Deep Brain Reorienting was developed by Dr. Frank Corrigan mainly for the treatment of attachment shock; but it can also be applied to the processing of other unresolved traumatic experiences.

The indication that past events continue to have an impact is that there are clinically significant symptoms which would not be present if the experiences had not occurred.

Introduction to DBR

Deep Brain Reorienting was developed by Dr. Frank Corrigan mainly for the treatment of attachment shock; but it can also be applied to the processing of other unresolved traumatic experiences.

The indication that past events continue to have an impact is that there are clinically significant symptoms which would not be present if the experiences had not occurred.

Upcoming Training Schedule

DBR training is for mental health professionals; psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, and other health practitioners who have experience of working with early adversity and trauma.

Frank Corrigan has been training therapists in DBR since 2018 in the UK and internationally. If you would like to join those trauma therapists who are reporting good results with this approach, you can book your DBR training by completing a registration form.