Created by Stephen Terrell, Transforming the Experience-Based Brain (TEB) is a "Trauma Informed" modality based on the idea that when there are ruptures during early platform development, they continue to disrupt a person's life.
TEB incorporates presence, regulation and relationship to repair these ruptures, potentially allowing one to transition from insecure attachment to secure attachment, leading to greater healing and interpersonal relationship happiness.
Transforming the Experience-Based Brain (TEB) creates a Safe Haven where the client can begin to experience a sense of trust between the themselves and the therapist.
Transforming the Experience-Based Brain (TEB) reflects the understandings of Developmental Trauma and relies on studies such as Adverse Childhood Experience Study.
TEB can be an effective way of facilitating regulation within one's nervous system and can be used with or without touch, in person or remotely during an online session. Some therapists and clients are finding that TEB is even more powerful when used without touch.