Havening has the unique ability to be just an effective online as it is in person. If you are feeling stressed or have particular issues you would additional support with remember that our global community of practitioners are available - just one wifi or cellular connection away. Please read about our practitioners and reach out to them via email to begin your online Havening journey.
This video describes how to use Havening Techniques to prevent PTSD and reduce stress, this particular video designed for our frontline workers.
Join Dr. Kate Truitt, Certified Trainer and Global Coordinator of Continuing Education, in this brief video about Healthy Anxiety specifically tied to Coronavirus fears and how self-havening can help calm the mind and body.
A 10-minute, Self-Havening practice to reduce anxiety, enhance wellbeing, and develop compassion and loving-kindness. See neuroscienceofhealing.com for more resources
Hello my name is James Hymers and I've been a Havening techniques® Practitioner for 5 years.
If you're experiencing Anxiety right now because of Covid-19 use this 2 minute video to help you become calm and relaxed.
How are you feeling?
If the answer is scared, anxious or worried, Janie can help you. Follow along and in a few short minutes you will feel your fear subside. You can change your state of mind – even at home on your own.
As COVID-19/Coronavirus continues to spread rapidly world-wide, more and more people are experiencing extensive worry and fear about the situation. If that's you, this video is for you!
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This website introduces you to an extraordinary application of recently acquired knowledge in the field of neuroscience. The techniques described herein are based in evolutionary biology and offer you the opportunity to live a healthier, hopefully happier and more productive life. To Western eyes, to watch pain instantly disappear, long standing problems resolve and disturbing memories fade into the irretrievable past is nothing short of astonishing.
We call this method Havening. Havening, the transitive verb of the word haven, means to put into a safe place. While some forms of this approach have been around for decades, many mental health professionals remain skeptical given that it involves no medication, talking or prolonged exposure.
We invite you to explore this website and make up your own mind.