Havening Techniques® - A better Life Through Neuroscience Havening Techniques certified 2 day practitioner training opportunity. If you are interested to book or discuss the benefits of this training, please email Louise Carmi, certified trainer on email@example.com. Participants completing this training will be eligible to attend our exclusive Annual Havening Conference.
The Havening Techniques® is a psychosensory method, which is designed to alter thought, mood and behaviour. Changing the brain to de-traumatise the memory and remove its negative consequences of particular stressful life events or traumatic experiences. As part of it’s protocol, the Havening Techniques® uses the sensory input of Havening Touch® which can either be facilitated or self applied, which triggers the delta waves in the brain. The delta waves in turn prompt helpful chemical chain-reactions in the amygdala. This removes specific AMPA Receptors from the surface of neurons in the amygdala where the traumatic event is ‘stored’.
The Havening Techniques® have three distinct applications, one is for emotional disturbances and encoded psychological trauma, second is for wellness, stress management, and peak performance, and the third is as a self-help tool. These techniques are the result of over many years of scientific research and development by New York based Medical Practitioner and PhD in Chemistry, Dr Ronald Ruden, author of ‘When the Past is Always Present’ and ‘The Craving Brain’ with support of his brother Dr Steven Ruden. Both doctors use Havening Techniques regularly in their practices.
Now you can learn the techniques for your own personal use. This training is ideal for therapists and professionals working in mental health, wellbeing and people development, who wish to learn about Havening Techniques® and would be interested in starting their journey to qualify as a Certified Havening Techniques® practitioner. It is particularly beneficial for first responders, emergency services (police, fire service, ambulance staff, paramedics, nurses, doctors), psychologists, counsellors, hypnotherapists, coaches and NLP practitioners.
Havening Techniques® combines easily with many other methods and approaches. Examples of therapeutic areas include; trauma, PTSD, phobias, anxieties, stress responses, physical complaints, chronic pain, anger, grief and many other issues like fear of abandonment and panic attacks. In particular Havening Techniques have been used to support the recovery of military veterans and their families with the aftermath of service related trauma.
ee the website www.havening.org for more information, training events and a list of fully certified trainers and practitioners.
Certified Havening Training
This is an Approved 2 Day Training experience, which constitutes part of the journey to becoming a Certified Havening Techniques™ Practitioner, should you make the commitment to the Full Certification process which involves the following:-
Stage 1 (£540): Participation in the 2 Day Training Course.
Stage 2 (£330): a) Submission of 30 Case Histories (forms provided) where you have used Havening Techniques™. b) Submission of 2 video sessions where you use Havening Techniques™. c) Successful completion of a Science Review to check your understanding of the science behind Havening Techniques™.
Stage 3 ($149 direct payment): You will need to also take an Online Ethics Course that is run independently by Midge Murphy, a Professional Liability Risk Management Consultant. This course costs $149. By completing this course and passing the multiple choice quiz you receive a Certificate of Completion in Ethics & Legal Principles in the Practice of Havening Techniques.
Once you are successful in becoming a Certified Havening Techniques Practitioner you will be listed on the official http://www.havening.org website.
Please also note that there is an annual fee of $99 for your listing on the Havening.org website.ebsi
If you would like to know more information, book either a training course or a consultation please contact Louise on 07951 271657 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.