Havening Techniques®: “a better life through neuroscience.”
Havening Techniques® were researched, created, and being continually developed the two brothers, Dr Ronald Ruden and Dr Steven Ruden.
These methods of trauma release have been built up from a scientific basis, and their foundation is in evolutionary biology.
Havening occurs from a neuroscientific perspective, and has resulted in the development of processes which utilise our electrochemical neurological system through the influence of human touch and other pleasant sensory distractions.
Havening is derived from the transitive verb of ‘haven’, meaning, to put into a safe place.
Therapeutic professionals describe Havening as being honed, flexible, and robust in the process of helping fade disturbing memories into the irretrievable past.
Unbeknown to many, there many different types of havening which can be applied to various contexts, Event Havening, Outcome Havening, Transpirational Havening and so on..
On this session you will be guided by Carol Robertson PhD (Trainer) and Jay Arnott (Practitioner).
So come join us on this rare workshop to learn about the science and take away some real life applications!
Carol Robertson Ph.D
Carol Robertson PhD is an internationally recognised Havening trainer, she was one of the first five practitioners and one of the first few trainers in the world—a member of Justbewell, the highly regarded international team of therapists. She is an NLP Trainer, an Advanced Therapeutic Specialist of NLP, and a SNLP master practitioner.
Carol was trained by the co-creator of NLP, Richard Bandler, and has also trained with Dr Ronald Ruden, Dr Steven Ruden, Paul McKenna, John and Kathleen La Valle, Michael Neil, Eric Robbie, Gabriel Guerrero, Kevin Laye, Amelia Kinkade and James R Shaw.
She studied at Robert Gordon’s University, University College London and The University of Sunderland, and is a Doctor of Philosophy.