Havening Touch®

Havening Touch® involves simply touching the hands, upper arms or face. In a Havening session a person might like to use all of the differnt areas or only one, for example just the arms or the face. In these three videos you will see and hear the use of the various different ways that Havening Touch can be applied. You will also observe the use of other tools such as lateral eye-movement and the use of the gaining of trust, explaining the Havening process and what the possible outcomes might be, elicitation (history taking), distraction techniques and the use of the Havening Techniques. There are a growing number of Havening Techniques and some of these are listed below. In the following pages the neurochemistry is explained in detail.



We can apply Havening Touch® ourselves and use the Havening Technique. We refer to this as Self Havening.


​Facilitated Self-Havening

A Havening practitioner can guide us through the process of choosing which Havening Technique to use at what point as we are applying Havening Touch. This is called Facilitated Self-Havening.


​Facilitated Havening

Havening Touch® can also be applied by a certified Havening Practitioner. A practitioner would always ask for permission to apply the Havening Touch and demonstrate it on themselves before asking.



There are certain circumstances where the practitioner or the client may not wish to touch or be touched and in these cases the client can use Facilitated Self-Havening Touch.


Please be advised that these videos are educational in nature and are being provided only as general information and they are not to be considered medical or psychological advise. Further, they do not constitute a warranty, guarantee, or predicition regarding the outcome of an individual using The Havening Techniques® for any particular problem or issue.