Havening Techniques® Practitioner Training Course LIVE online!
September 9-10, 16-17, Friday and Saturdays, 9 am to 1 pm EST
Please contact Erika if you are interested in future training dates.
This class is open to a wide audience including but not limited to coaches, therapists, educators, physicians, nurses, first responders, acupuncturists, massage therapists, midwifes, and hypnotists. There are no prerequisites, and Havening incorporates easily into many different modalities.
16 hour continuing education credits are available for counselors, clinical social workers, psychologists, nurses, and wellness coaches. Erika is a psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker.
This class consists of clear explanations of all of the Havening techniques and neuroscience, demonstrations of how to do each technique, practice sessions with facilitators, and ample time for questions. It is designed to give you a solid understanding and eagerness to do Havening!
Comments from prior participants:
"By far, the best training I have attended! I felt so connected, energized, and confident."
"Very positive. I was engaged the whole time. I came away feeling like I grew personally and professionally."
"Wow, the training on Havening with Erika was one of the most supportive, affirming, and engaging learning spaces that I have ever experienced. I am really excited about Havening as a practice and can't wait to continue to spread it to others."
"This training exceeded my expectations, and I enjoyed every minute of it."
"Thank you, this training was life changing and I was able to experience Havening and do some healing."
"I loved everything about it. It was structured incredibly well, I thought the management of time and holding of everyone's space was extremely professional. The information was all outlined in a very coherent manner that made it understandable. I loved having our own facilitator in the breakout rooms for support and feedback."
"This was by far the best training I've attended. I really appreciated how you helped to support practitioners from diverse backgrounds and experiences in a safe and supportive environment."