The Southeast Brainspotting Institute (SEBI) has begun our first year of the SEBI Minority Fellowship for Behavioral Health Professionals. The program is administering six Fellowships in 2021 valued at $1000.00 each for Behavioral Health Professionals who commit to learning and expanding the understanding of Brainspotting and supporting people toward making life-changing breakthroughs in underserved communities.
SEBI is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing a professional community to help expand the understanding of Brainspotting and supporting people in making life-changing breakthroughs. SEBI is committed to the behavioral health needs of all Americans, regardless of language or culture. The aim of the SEBI Minority Fellowship is to increase community access to Brainspotting professionals in underserved communities and reduce mental health treatment disparities for underserved communities.
SEBI Minority Fellows demonstrate an active commitment to minority and underserved populations, an interest in providing diversity-informed trauma-informed care, and an expressed desire to learn Brainspotting techniques to assist in serving minorities and specific underserved high-need groups. These groups include but are not limited to racial, ethnic, cultural, gender, sexual orientation, gender groups, emergency first responders, or military personnel and their families. The Fellowship increases the number of trained Brainspotting professionals who provide direct services to minority and underserved populations.