The Neuroscience of removing trauma, pain and distress… permanently
New research has uncovered traumatically encoded events and psychologically disturbing memories, impact brain functioning with a high percentage having no development of the trauma or memory until many years on and even at times, decades later.
The Havening techniques have been developed by Dr Ronald A. Ruden M.D., Ph.D and his brother Steven J. Ruden D.D.S., ICF/ACC.
Havening uses powerful tools that can address the consequences of traumatic or stressful events and their memories.
Based on the science of brain chemistry, it is possible to alter encoded traumatic memories, anxiety or fears that are troubling, by altering brain chemistry and the speed of the brain waves.
Psychological trauma and stress-related disorders are being treated using this method and involves psychosensory therapies, which uses sensory input to alter thought, mood and behaviour.
These sessions remove or dissolve traumas held in the brain and rebuild a nervous system that’s stronger, optimistic and confident with a more hopeful future.
Havening is believed to alter the biological structure of the brain. The return of symptoms implies either the traumatic core has not yet been found or the problem has been encoded in a different way.
If untreated, symptoms of traumatic events, distressing memories and encoded emotional disturbances, can create problems in greater areas of life.
Symptoms can be:
- Feelings of being terrified
- Panic attacks
- Deep sadness
- Uncontrollable crying
- Chronic pain (physically)
- Lack of trust
- Compulsive overthinking
- Low self esteem
- Emotional eating
- No confidence
- and more..