I’m Frances Lamb
New Zealand’s FIRST EVER Havening Trainer and Practitioner
Helping you release trauma
and find your safe haven
A better life through neuroscience
Switching off the brain’s ‘alarm’ button
Havening is a psycho sensory therapy and Havening Techniques® are designed to help people to let go of stress, trauma and anxiety, so they can be free to the live the life they want. Effectively to find their safe haven. Havening is based on neuroscience and is all about training the brain to respond differently.
Havening for Individuals
Tools and techniques, to help you change your behaviours, and how you respond to situations
Havening for Practitioners
Gain additional tools and techniques, to help your patients transform their lives
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How does Havening work?
For some people their brain has become stuck in a pattern of high alert around certain circumstances. Some situations will trigger off, what can seem like, disproportional responses. I help break this pattern by using Havening Touch© to create healing delta waves. Delta waves are brain waves that are mainly present during Non- REM sleep- a time of replenishment and reorganisation of the brain.
In the session we use Havening Touch to create the change. When we do that an electrical chemical response occurs which essentially sends a reassurance signal to the brain. This technique switches off the brain’s ‘alarm’ button associated with a particular stored trauma preventing future unhelpful responses. Havening is simple, safe and highly effective.
Hi, I’m Frances, New Zealand’s FIRST EVER certified Havening Techniques® trainer.
Over the years I’ve trained in many personal development disciplines. This combined with real life experience means my clients get exactly what they need to move forward and make positive and permanent changes.
What Havening Can
Havening has been around for a number of years and has been shown to help with a wide range of conditions.
- Emotional trauma
- Psychological trauma
- Anxietyand fears
- Phobias and panic
- Shame, guilt and anger
- Chronic pain
- Emotional eating and cravings
- Self-esteem and confidence
- Managing of stress
- Building resilience
- Achieving goals
- Increasing peak performance
- Increasing wellness
- Visualising and creativity