Thanks to the generosity of the Indian River Community Foundation and the Schoewe Family Foundation, along with our donors and fundraisers, the program will provide twelve (12) Fellowships for Behavioral Health Professionals who commit to learning and expanding their understanding of Brainspotting in order to serve and support people from historically marginalized or underserved communities toward experiencing life-changing healing, growth, and transformation.
SEBI is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing a professional community that expands the understanding and empowered application of Brainspotting. SEBI is committed to the behavioral health needs of all Americans, and the aim of the SEBI Diversity Fellowship is to reduce mental health treatment disparities by increasing access to a diverse pool of knowledgeable, talented and committed Brainspotting professionals.
Eligible applicants must demonstrate an active commitment to serving historically marginalized and/or underserved populations. Applicants must also have a significant interest in leveraging Brainspotting to provide culturally-relevant, trauma-informed care to high need populations. This includes-but is not limited to-groups who have experienced significantly high levels of unmet needs or historical marginalization due to their race, ethnic/cultural background, sexual orientation, gender/gender identity, emergency first responder experience or military/veteran status.
The ultimate goal of the Fellowship is to increase the number of trained Brainspotting professionals who provide direct services to diverse and historically underserved populations.