PTSD relief with what so many people need. Have you heard about Havening? The havening technique is an exciting new way of getting PTSD relief from panic and fear that anyone can do at home. Here is the video by Dr. Kate Truitt, trauma expert. She shows how havening therapy can help you calm yourself anytime anywhere. Havening is a practice talked about in Justin Bieber’s documentary, Justin Beiber: Seasons., and it is a practice he uses.
PTSD relief at home is possible
I recently spoke with Dr. Kate Truitt, a licensed Clinical Psychologist practicing in Pasadena, CA. She is the founder of Dr. Kate Truitt & Associates, the CEO and Training Director for the Trauma Counseling Center of Los Angeles, Global Coordinator of Continuing Education for the Havening Techniques, Executive Director of the American Cognitive Training Association, and Chairman of the Board of the Amy Research Foundation.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder treatment
We spoke about a variety of topics, including Havening therapy. As a trauma specialist, Dr. Truitt uses a variety of techniques with her patients for PTSD relief from symptoms and other trauma-related issues. Havening technique is a particularly useful for PTSD because it can be done at home yourself, which is why it is particularly timely right now.
Havening therapy has been proven to relieve PTSD symptoms as they are happening
Dr. Truitt is leading a workshop on Building Resilience with Neuroscience and the Havening Techniques on the 20th. Click here for more information.
Here is Dr. Truitt herself on havening.
In case you’re wondering what havening is and how it works, here’s the definition.
Havening works through a change agent, a brain delta wave, generated by a simple soothing touch on the palms, upper arms and forehead. This wave interacts with the voltage dependent calcium channel on a glutamate activated neuron in the lateral amygdala. This interaction produces an intracellular calcium oscillation activating a phosphatase which acts to remove a traumatically placed AMPA receptor. The selective activation of the amygdala neuron associated with the emotional component of the recalled memory from the traumatized event is critical to making that neuron susceptible to the change agent. It is this selectivity that allows us to target specific memories. In addition, as the client begins treatment immediately after recall, the distress of the client is minimized
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