The article below is showing you what Havening is doing to help people’s lives.
Havening technique is a breakthrough psychological technology for dealing with emotional memories. These are the memories that tend to push us around. Nearly everybody who goes for some form of therapy or personal change work is being pushed around by their own emotional memories.
With Havening techniques there is no need for tens or even hundreds of sessions to deal with these issues. Sometimes they can be dealt in a couple session.
Havening is one of the two techniques that we teach on our workshop an Introduction to Calming An Anxious Mind. It is the sheer surprise people feel when they take a memory with a strong negative emotional charge and in a few minutes turn it into a neutral memory. There is almost disbelief at what has just happened and how quickly and straightforward it was.
Havening is built upon the new breakthrough understandings of what is called Memory Reconsolidation. This is the way our brain will update memories if presented with the right information in the right way in the right timescale.
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Have a read of the article if you want to see some of the things that Havening is doing for ordinary people.
If you or someone you care about is being pushed around by emotional memories and you’d like to change the situation, then give us a call. Havening can be done over the phone, Skype and quite often in person.
The article below is written by Niki Tennant, from Daily Record.
People in distress who attend Wishaw crisis centre Chris’s House are benefiting from the release brought by a new alternative therapy, known as The Havening Techniques. Created in the US by Dr Ronald Ruden – who has devoted 30 years to translating recent advances in neuroscience into new methods of healing – havening claims to help reduce fear, anger, pathological guilt, shame and a host of other negative emotions.