Integrating the Havening Techniques into CBT Tx w/ CEs

Integrating the Havening Techniques into CBT Tx w/ CEs

Price: $189.00
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Date: October 7th, 2022

Title: Bridging the Gap Between Feelings and Logic: Integrating Havening Techniques with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in the treatment of Anxiety

Location: Live Virtual Workshop via Zoom

Time: Login begins at 7:45am, workshop starts promptly at 8:00am and finishes at 12:30pm Pacific

Cost: $189.00

​Continuing Education: Continuing Education Credit is provided through Commonwealth Educational Seminars for the following professionals - Psychologists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Licensed MArriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Professional Counselors, and Nurses. It is the participant's responsibility to check with their individual state boards to verify CE requirements for their state.​ For more information about CE credit, please visit our Continuing Education Information Page. Please note that attendance at the live program is required to receive CEs.

Summary: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can create powerful therapeutic change by focusing on the the rational nature of the thinking brain to address a wide variety of mental health concerns. And yet, how often have we heard our clients share, “I know it’s not logical, but it just feels true!” Developments in neuroscience highlight the powerful role of the emotional, limbic brain on guiding action, cognition, and beliefs before conscious awareness even chimes in. Thus, by blending approaches targeted to both the thinking and feeling brain, more rapid progress can be made in therapy.

Join Certified Havening Techniques Practitioner and Certified Anxiety Treatment Professional Rebecca Turner, LMFT to learn innovative ways to use Havening Techniques to empower foundational CBT interventions by addressing maladaptive cognitions and limiting core beliefs that keep your clients stuck. Using neuroscience to empower cognitive interventions will support your client’s whole brain to be more open, receptive, and responsive to the powerful healing opportunities innate within Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.