Edith Bryant March 19, 2019


The brain is one of the most complex creations of human evolution. Even today after million years after the conception of man, we use barely 20 % of the actual capacity of the brain. Medical science believes that the key to curing many ailments prevalent today lies in the complex neuro-connections that crisscross the human mind. No wonder that neuroscience has come up in a big way today.

What is Havening:

Havening is a breakthrough in neuroscience related to anxiety and depression treatment. It is a scientific way to help people deal with past misfortunes or traumatic events that leave their scars in the present. Using a potent combo of eye movement, CBT, visualization, it changes the way the brain looks at painful memories in the past. In simple words, havening treatment will allow the brain to retain the memory, but subtract the pain element from it. Traumas tend to get ‘stuck’ in the brain as they get synoptically encoded. In the long term, these encoded memories cause depression and anxiety disorder. Havening performs a memory reconsolidation that removes the stress and phobia that is embedded in these memories thereby reducing the risk of the above disorders.

Havening therapy was first discovered by Paul McKenna when he underwent a life-changing session with Dr. Ron Ruden. He became the first certified Havening instructor in 2013 and had since then helped more than 1000 people overcome traumatic events and appear unscathed from them.

Can Havening cure you:

It is relatively a new discipline. But so far Havening treatment has successfully treated tens of thousands of patient world over. Using a tailored mix of exercise, talk therapy, and guided meditation, this treatment is all set to be the new star in the field of anxiety disorder therapy