June 8, 2013 ~ Saturday ~ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm ~ Cost: $125
Havening Therapy is intended for Mental Health Professionals as well as Nurses, EMT’s and ER personnel as a very effective adjunct to their other skills while working with traumatized people.
Havening Touch can be used by non-licensed people to help children, animals, partners or friends in distress. (The workshop serves both populations of learners.)
Havening, a form of Psychosensory therapy, involves gentle eye movements and light touch as its sensory component to create profound and permanent changes in both the structure and molecular make up of the brain. Anger, fear, unwanted reflective emotions such as shame, jealousy, grief, guilt, are subject to rapid removal following Havening. In addition, chronic pain, phobias, panic and addictive disorders may also be alleviated.
This workshop includes life-changing therapeutic techniques for your clients, family members, and yourself.
Introduction to the concept of the Third Pillar
Emotions and Survival
Neurobiology of encoding A Traumatic Memory
Demonstration of De-encoding a Traumatic Memory
Interactive workshop with Partners
Consequences of Traumatic Memories
Disrupting a Traumatic Memory
Havening and more extensive interactive training
Advanced techniques, including Transpirational Havening
Dr. Steven J. Ruden has been working with his brother Ronald Ruden M.D. Ph. D. for the last decade developing Havening and a new way of looking at emotional distress and illness. He also a Certified Life Coach and has earned the title of ICF ACC. One can read more about Havening in Dr. Ron Ruden’s thoroughly documented book: The Past is always Present.