The Havening Technique

Over the last year I have been spending a lot of time thinking and learning about trauma and in particular how trauma is encoded in the brain. It all started with the book by Dr Joe Dispenza called “Evolve your brain”, which was so technical for me that I had to read the book twice […]

Over the last year I have been spending a lot of time thinking and learning about trauma and in particular how trauma is encoded in the brain. It all started with the book by Dr Joe Dispenza called “Evolve your brain”, which was so technical for me that I had to read the book twice and listen to it on audible 3 times just to get to grips with the structures and functions of the brain.

After many courses, books, webinar, seminars and 1000s of hours of learning the next stage in my education is the havening technique. For more information look at www.havening.org.

Havening was developed by Dr Ronald Ruden, a medical doctor with a specialism in neuroscience and emotional trauma. The word “Havening” is derived from the word “Haven” and means to put in a safe place. Havening is a psychosensory therapy that works very quickly to reduce fear, anger, guilt, shame and a host of other negative emotions.

The initial training in Havening started around 6 weeks ago and involves watching a number of videos and an extensive reading list. Next weekend 27 & 28 Oct 2018 I’m away to the historical village of Roslin for two days of practical training with Carol Robertson PhD of the Psychosensory Academy.

I am really looking forward to what will prove to be another outstanding technology to help people overcome challenges and move towards achieving better outcomes in their lives.