What Is Havening Techniques™?

Kevin Laye will be joined by Dr. Ron Ruden, the originator of Havening Techniques™ in the Training Certification

Havening Techniques™ is a healing modality that is designed to help individuals overcome problems that are the consequence of traumatic encoding. Havening Techniques™ belongs to a larger group of treatments called psychosensory therapies, which use sensory input to alter thought, mood and behavior.

The Havening Technique is a system comprised of protocols and methods that uses touch as a therapeutic tool which we call Havening Touch®. The Havening Technique has three (3) 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. Therefore, the Havening Technique can be used within a psycho-therapeutic setting with professional mental health care clinicians that have been fully trained and certified in the Havening Technique. In addition, the Havening Technique can be used by non-licensed practitioners as a protocol for coaching sessions, or as a tool in allied health care practice by individuals that have been fully trained and certified in the Havening Technique. The Havening Technique can also be used as a self-help technique and shared with family members and friends.

What Types Of Problems Does the Havening Technique™ Address?

The consequences of traumatic encoding and stressful life events can be physical and psychological. While we can't provide any guarantees the Havening Technique has been shown to help with…

  • Phobias
  • Chronic pain
  • Distressing memories (broken relationships,shocking news,loss,embarrassment, etc.)
  • Victims of natural disasters ( hurricanes, floods, etc. ) and man-made (war, fire, assault, home intrusion, etc. ) events
  • Anger
  • Fear of Abandonment
  • Grief
  • Cravings
  • PTSD
  • Panic Attacks
  • Emotional eating

And many other problems

For more information on Havening Techniques: visit http://www.havening.org


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