Neuroscience – Havening Techniques Practitioner

Teddie Drumm is a Certified Havening Techniques® Practitioner with office’s in Killarney, Kerry and also Newmarket, North Cork near Mallow.

Havening certified practioner

What is Havening?

The Havening Techniques® is a method, which is designed to change the brain to de-traumatize the memory and remove its negative effects from both our psyche and body. As part of its protocol The Havening Techniques uses the sensory input of human touch as a therapeutic tool which we have identified as Havening Touch®. The process of the Havening Technique requires touch. The decision of who should provide the touch must be made jointly. More information at

The Havening Techniques® are powerful tools that can be used to treat the consequences of encoded traumatic or stressful memories. Depending on the nature of the encoded trauma it can be done with guidance by a certified Havening Techniques practitioner or by oneself.

Please do not use the Havening Technique with yourself for a serious trauma or if you suffer from any psychological disorders. We advise that you seek the help of a professional mental health care provider who is certified in the Havening Technique if you have experienced severe trauma or suffer from a psychological disorder.

What types of problems do the Havening Techniques address?

The consequences of traumatic encoding and stressful life events can be physical and psychological. While we can’t provide any guarantees, The Havening Techniques have been shown to help with phobias, chronic pain, distressing memories (broken relationships, shocking news, loss, embarrassment, etc.), victims of natural disasters (hurricanes, floods, etc.) and man-made events (war, fire, assault, home intrusion, etc.), anger, fear of abandonment, grief, cravings, PTSD, panic attacks, emotional eating, and many other problems.

Are the Havening Techniques a form of hypnosis?

No. The Havening Techniques do not involve a hypnotic trance. The client is always aware of their feelings, thoughts, and surroundings and participates fully in the process.