Welcome to the Havening Techniques®
The Havening Techniques are a rapid, gentle and effective approach for helping people overcome anxiety based problems. Distressing feelings such as intermittent panic, stress from trauma, chronic pain, fears, depression, addictions and other related issues are amenable to Havening. In addition Havening Touch helps develop states of emotional wellbeing and resiliency.
Exciting discoveries in the mind /body interface are producing new and profound changes in our thinking and practice. Until recently there are three pillars that are utilized to treat disease and create resilience. The pillars are surgical intervention, medications and psychotherapeutics. These concepts have helped millions of people and saved untold lives.
With the advent of sophisticated instruments, scientists are now able to begin to peer into the unbelievably complex world of the brain and for the first time see activity in real time. The Havening Techniques utilizes this information to develop protocols that allow for internal regulation of our systems without the introduction of external measures. A fourth pillar.
The brain is an electro-chemical-magnetic organ. Pharmaceuticals address the chemical imbalance and as long as the drug is in the system its’ effects are present. Havening harnesses the electricalside and through a simple protocol introduces delta waves into the mind/body system. Delta waves are very special in that they are normally absent during the awake hours and are primarily present during sleep when thoughts are stored.
The mind/body holds memories. Sometimes these memories create symptoms and the use of an electroceutical (something that causes an effect due to an electrical wave) is able to alter those encoded ideas and remove their effect from our system. This removal changes both the underlyingstressor and the individual’s response.
Debe Sullivan is a certified practitioner of Havening Techniques. Havening Techniques is a registered trade mark of Ronald Ruden, 15 East 91st Street, New York. www.havening.org