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Havening Consultations

Sunday 2nd June 2013

As I wrote last week, I can honestly say that Havening is the most exciting technique for finding the zone that I have ever used. I was working with Paul McKenna as a member of his training team recently as he introduced this technique, called Havening, and could not wait to use it on my clients. Coincidentally, I was working at Ealing Film studios, and the actors were great subjects. The results, with only one exception so far, have since been stunning.

One wrote,

I really can’t describe what a ‘light’ feeling I had afterwards. My vision is what struck me first – I seemed to have a wider view of the world, as if I had been looking through tunnel vision only. My mind was extremely clear and I felt at peace with everything.

Afterwards I noticed people on the train looking at me and I know it was because I was smiling naturally, completely at ease with myself. I would thoroughly recommend the treatment to absolutely everyone. I had to stop myself from just screaming out to the whole train carriage what a difference I felt. Steve could not have been a better coach to guide me through it and I am eternally grateful.

Another client reported success at golf after her session,

I have easily been able to get into the zone when I play golf. Remarkably I won a competition on the morning of a long awaited, stressful meeting.

Havening is a healing modality that is designed to help individuals overcome problems that are the consequence of traumatic encoding. Havening belongs to a larger group of treatments called psychosensory therapies, which use sensory input to alter thought, mood and behaviour. Havening is a system comprised of techniques and methods that uses touch as a therapeutic tool. The touch can be applied by either by a qualified health care provider or oneself.

Further details of the conditions that respond to Havening treatment and the scientific background are from the website https://havening.org/Home.html and include:

  • Phobias
  • Chronic pain
  • Distressing memories (broken relationships,shocking news,loss,embarrassment, etc.)
  • Victims of natural disasters ( hurricanes, floods, etc. ) and man-made (war, fire, assault, home intrusion, etc. ) events
  • Anger
  • Fear of Abandonment
  • Grief
  • Cravings
  • PTSD
  • Panic Attacks
  • Emotional eating

This what McKenna thinks about Havening.

‘This is what I have been looking for, for the past 25 years. I can now do in minutes what used to take months. I firmly believe this process will change the face of therapy over time.

In my experience, the use of Havening leads to the most profound changes in patients who suffer from a wide range of problems. I am convinced that in the course of time this remarkable strategic approach to behavioural change will be considered one of the great therapeutic breakthroughs of the 21st century.’

This is my experience too. Last week I mentioned that I was already planning my first seminar. This note generated considerable interest, although most potential clients preferred a private consultation, combined with instruction in how to use self-havening, rather than the seminar.

As a result of this feedback I will be offering a once-only price of £99 (normally £300) for a private consultation, combined with instruction in how to use self-havening. The available dates in London or Colchester UK are 21st – 30th June. Dates in Portugal are 6th – 16th June.

If you wish to make a provisional booking or have questions please email me doc@drstephensimpson.com for further details.