You’ve probably chanced across or deliberately come to our website because of a recommendation or interest in EMDR, Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing, about which we are both passionate as an approach to healing not just recent trauma, but often old stuff buried deep in past experience. We were both originally trained as integrative, transpersonal … Read more About Us
Yes, the EM in EMDR does stand for Eye Movements, which is how this therapy was first discovered 30 years ago. And yes, that’s Mark and Jutta waving our arms around in the picture above, not practising EMDR but alongside Lake Taupo on this 2016 occasion, enjoying our 3000-km six-week tandem tour the length of … Read more EMDR
To journalists – or others working on the front line – looking for trauma support and treatment, Braynework can now connect you with highly experienced and competent trauma therapists to work through with you whatever has blown your emotional fuses. Click here to send us an email with a brief explanation of who, what and … Read more Journalist Support
Welcome to Braynework, offering trauma therapy and support, couples counselling, supervision and more from two highly experienced psychotherapists, husband-and-wife team of Mark and Jutta Brayne.
We both specialise in EMDR Therapy (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing), with Mark working mainly in London and Jutta in North Norfolk, and both of us online (using mainly Zoom, but also Skype if preferred.)
As you browse around our website, we hope you enjoy the sprinkling of images of lighthouses and cycling (our joint passion), highlighting the Braynework theme of Finding Direction. (The lighthouse at the top of our landing page is for example at Pouto Point at the entrance to Kaipara Harbour on New Zealand’s North Island.)
If you’re looking for our advanced training support for practitioners in EMDR, please do visit our sister website at EMDR Focus.
Mark is an EMDR Europe Accredited Consultant and Jutta an EMDR Europe accredited Practitioner, working towards Consultant status.
We were both originally trained as integrative, transpersonal psychotherapists at the Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy (CCPE) near Paddington in London, and are registered as psychotherapists with the UKCP.
You’ve probably chanced across or intentionally landed on our website because of a recommendation or interest in EMDR, Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing, in which we both specialise as an approach to healing not just recent trauma, but often old stuff buried deep in past experience.
Those stories can manifest as PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) in its most obvious form, but also more often simply as depression, anxiety, obsessive behaviour or, especially also, relationship difficulties.
The link to childhood distress programmed into the system is all too often missed by the medical and even the psychotherapy professions.
While EMDR is at the heart of how we both approach psychotherapy, we both bring to our work a rich background in the widest range of therapeutic trainings.
We have also shared a long and growthful journey of personal and shared discovery that has taken us to live over the past four decades in Russia and Germany, Central Europe and China, and to places of personal challenge of which neither of us had any inkling when we met in Moscow in 1974.
As well as working with individuals, Mark and Jutta are both qualified and experienced couples therapist (CCPE 2010 and 2015), trained in the same transpersonal approach to working with relationships. There’s more information about that here.
If you’d like to read how some past clients have experienced the transformative power of EMDR, please do browse over to our testimonials page, compiled with thanks to clients with whom we have worked over the years and who’ve been prepared to share their amazing stories.
Mark is a qualified psychotherapy supervisor (CCPE 2009), supporting especially those working towards EMDR Practitioner or Consultant status.
As a former BBC and Reuters foreign correspondent and editor, and founding Director in 2002 of the Dart Centre Europe for Journalism and Trauma, he supports journalists and news organisations in the reporting and personal impact of traumatic events.
For more information about EMDR, follow the click here for our own explanation of what this is, or take a look at the website of the European EMDR Association.
Both of us love the landscape of New Zealand , which is where most of the photographs on this website were captured during long-distance cycling tours in 2012 and 2016.
If you’d like to know more about how we work, about our fees and availability, please do get in touch. You can contact Jutta here and Mark here.