Short Course 30 – Carol Nack, MSW and David Chametsky – A Better Life through Neuroscience and the Human Touch: Havening

08 Dec 2016
1:15 pm - 2:45 pm

Short Course 30 – Carol Nack, MSW and David Chametsky – A Better Life through Neuroscience and the Human Touch: Havening

Introducing an extra-ordinary application of a recently acquired knowledge in the field of neuroscience. The techniques described are based in evolutionary biology. They offer a person the opportunity to live a healthier, hopefully happier, and more productive life. Long standing psychological problems are resolved and disturbing memories fade into the irretrievable past, just a story that lacks the previous affect.

Educational Objectives

  1. Demonstrate the HAVENING TECHNIQUES to decode a traumatic memory.
  2. Describe HAVENING TECHNIQUES as a type of psychosensory therapy based on the fields of neuroscience and neurobiology which uses sensory input in order to alter thought, mood, and behavior.
  3. Understand that when an event or experience is perceived as traumatic or stressful it becomes encoded in the psyche and body (amygdala), often with life altering consequences that impact on a person’s daily life and capabilities.
  4. Understand that HAVENING TECHNIQUES create changes in the brain in order to de-traumatize and remove from the psyche and body the emotional memory attached to the traumatic or stressful life event and its negative effects.
  5. Learn about the components of a traumatic event.
  6. Utilize a powerful stress reduction strategy by utilizing the benefits of HAVENING.
  7. Learn about the 4 components of a traumatic event.