HPG: Havening Techniques for Relief and Resilience
March 19 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am$15
Erika Neil has integrated her experiences and specialized training to create a compassionate, client-centered approach, which not only works to get to the root of distressing thoughts and feelings, but also to empower you to handle challenges and cultivate positive emotional states. Trained in the psycho-sensory modality of Havening, Erika helps people overcome the effects of traumatic and stressful events by changing the way that the brain stores the memory of them. Throughout this class and workshop, we will learn about the origin of Havening, how it affects the brain, as well as its benefits to our well-being.
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About the presenter:
Erika Neil is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the greater Washington DC metropolitan with specialized training in the treatment of trauma, managing stress and difficult emotions, and strengthening positive emotional states.
She is a certified Havening Techniques Practitioner and Trainer and is also certified in EMDR (Eye–Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction), and Reiki. She emphasizes mind-body awareness practices to increase capacity and resilience. Prior to becoming a social worker, Erika was a lawyer for abused and neglected children.
Havening techniques have brought about dramatic change and growth in her clients and in herself. Erika’s style is collaborative, warm, and solution-focused. She was trained by Dr. Ron Ruden and is the first certified Havening practitioner in the Washington, DC area.
To learn more about Erika and her work, you can visit https://www.erikaneil.com/