This weekend training will be held by three licensed clinical social workers with decades of experience treating PTSD, anxiety, and other amygdala-based disorders, as well as strengthening resilience in our clients. We teach clearly how help your clients deeply and safely. We bring our extensive experience using Havening with clients in our private practices, as well as teaching it to different populations throughout the world. Irene participated in the development of Havening, Eugenia is one of the earliest trained practitioners worldwide, and Erika was the first practitioner in the Washington, DC area. We are the developers and trainers of Humanitarian Havening and are passionate about spreading Havening's healing as widely as possible.
The training will be 9 am to 5 pm EST April 20-21. It is open to a wide audience including coaches, therapists, educators, physicians, nurses, first responders, body workers, and other service occupations. There are no prerequisites, and Havening incorporates easily into many different modalities.
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 practical ability to do Havening right away. We provide you with clear materials and other resources as well as ongoing support.
16 hour continuing education credits are available for counselors, clinical social workers, psychologists, nurses, and wellness coaches.
For more information, please visit: https://www.humanitarianhavening.org/havening-techniques-practitioner-training.html