Trauma Havening: A Psycho-Sensory Method Of Treating Trauma
Instructor: Dr. Ron Ruden | Saturday & Sunday 9:00am - 5:00pm| Oct. 5, 6 | $250 | Course Code: SWTRHA
When an event or experience is perceived as traumatic or very stressful, it becomes immutably encoded, often with life altering consequences. However, recent research from the field of neuroscience has shown that it's possible to modify this encoding. In this course, Dr. Ronald Ruden, applies his research in the neurosciences to disorders that arise from dysregulated brain function.
The Havening technique uses the sensory input of human touch as a therapeutic tool to help in the treatment of emotional and physical distress. Open to social workers, psychologists, nurses, MDs, and other licensed helping professions.
- Gain an understanding of a powerful method for the treatment of trauma-related disorders such as PTSD, pathological emotions,and phobias.
- Learn about Trauma Havening from its neurobiological roots to its clinical applications.
About the Instructor:
Over the last three decades, Ronald Ruden MD, PhD has practiced internal medicine and has pursued research that takes advances in neuroscience and applies them to disorders that arise from traumatic and stressful events. He is the author of two books, “The Craving Brain,” and “When the Past is Always Present.” Dr. Ruden holds a PhD in organic chemistry from Northwestern University. He also received an MD from Mt Sinai School of Medicine, completing a fellowship in clinical nutrition at Memorial Sloan Kettering . Since then he has worked as a clinician, researcher and medical theorist.
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*All participants are required to pay a one-time $20 registration fee each semester.