Group picture from Havening Techniques training near Bristol, July 2015

Group picture from Havening Techniques training near Bristol, July 2015

(The fees mentioned below apply to all the UK-based open training events delivered by Tony Burgess and / or Louise McKay. Training delivered by Tony or Louise in other countries may carry slightly different pricing)

Our 2-day approved Havening Techniques training programme (without certification): £540

The 2-day training includes a set of 3 DVDs showing a Live Seminar presentation delivered by Dr Ron Ruden and also a Procedural Guide / Manual for using Havening Techniques.

Important: Scroll down to see other fees to become a Certified Practitioner.

Please note: This training is only stage 1 of the journey to becoming a Havening Techniques Practitioner. If you wish to become a Certified Havening Techniques Practitioner (and listed on the Havening.org website), you will also need to complete an assessment phase after the 2-day training where you submit 30 cases plus 2 video cases for assessment and take a science test. Additional fees for this assessment phase are currently £325. You will also need to complete an online Ethics and Legal course that is run independently by Midge Murphy, a Professional Liability Risk management Consultant. The online Ethics and Legal course is currently priced at $149. By completing this course and passing the multiple choice quiz you receive a Certificate of Completion in Ethics & Legal Principles in the Practice of Havening Techniques. Course details are here. You will need to go direct and pay direct to Midge Murphy online. There is also a certification fee of $99 upon successful completion of these steps and an annual fee of $99 for renewal of your practitioner status, which includes your listing on the Havening.org website

Tony Burgess, Louise McKay, Julie French and Ian McKay are certified practitioners of Havening Techniques. Havening Techniques is a registered trademark of Ronald Ruden, 15 East 91st Street, New York. www.havening.org