Join Dr Steven Ruden, co-developer of the Havening Techniques, in our 2nd Havening training here in Anchorage on May 19th and 20th. We would love to invite anyone who wants to learn this powerful new Havening technique.
The Havening Techniques®, utilizing current neuroscience, can help with many issues, including distressing memories, trauma, fear and pain. Havening, a psycho-sensory technique, uses the sensory input of touch, imagination, and attention to create lasting change.
Havening is a technique that treats encoded traumas by disconnecting the memory from re-experiencing symptoms, through a process called depotentiation. This is accomplished through using the Havening Touch which creates delta waves in the brain. The delta waves facilitate a neurochemical process that creates the enzyme that removes the AMPA receptors from the neurons holding the trauma in the amygdala.
During these two days participants will receive one-on-one instruction by seasoned practitioners on how to apply this technique. This program is designed for nurses, psychologists, licensed mental health care workers, first responders, educators, coaches and many other professionals.
The Havening technique is very complimentary with EMDR Therapy and/or Sensorimotor Therapy. You can learn more about the technique at www.havening.org.
Earn upto 14 CE hours (general) available for LCSW and LPC – included in the price.
Includes: Continental Breakfast; 2 Days Training; Primer; Guide; 9hrs Video Training DVD; Certificate of attendance; the Certification Program / Process; Online Science Exam;14 CEU credits; Discounted prices on future events; Access to the closed forum on Facebook where you can talk to the Havening Developers, the trainers, and other certified trainer; A mentor who will guide you through the certification process, and 3 consult sessions with your mentor.
Early Bird Special: $1200 - register by April 20th. $1300 - register April 21st or later.
Where & When: Sat & Sun, May 19th & 20th: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm both days at 2550 Denali St, 16th floor conference room.