Trauma Informed Integrative Therapist
Zuzana Bubalova

Havening Therapy

Discover the transformative power of Havening Therapy, a cutting-edge psycho-sensory approach to emotional well-being and healing. As a Certified Havening Techniques® Practitioner I specialize in this innovative and science-backed technique that can help you overcome past traumatic experiences to reduce PTSD symptoms, stress, anxiety, phobias, chronic pain or other psychosomatic complains. In doing so you will achieve a profound sense of relief and improved quality of life.

Your Therapeutic Journey in Four Sessions

What is your presenting problem? In most cases, the challenge you struggle with is a consequence of a deeper problem. In first 2 sessions we delve into your unique history, understanding the roots of your presenting issue, identifying emotional components and traumatically encoded memories.

Building o these insides, we pave the way to targeted intervention and healing. Central to the Havening Therapy process is the de-potentiation of traumatically encoded memories. Through a gentle and transformative approach, we work together to reduce the emotional charge associated with these memories and reducing the effect of the pathological emotions resulting form the vulnerable neurology affected by the traumatic events. This process is crucial in liberating you from the emotional burdens of the past, facilitating relief, and creating a more resilient emotional foundation.

Towards the end of our 4 sessions we will shift focus on to resilience building. Drawing from the insights gained and the emotional liberation experienced in the previous sessions, we work together to enhance your ability to cope with life’s challenges. This involves empowering you with tools and strategies to navigate future stressors, ensuring a more balanced and fulfilling life.

By choosing Havening Therapy, you are choosing a relief from the burdens of your past and pave the way for a brighter future. . Through the four-session process, we address the root causes of your concerns, offering a pathway to emotional healing, resilience, and a brighter future. Let me be your guide on this transformative journey towards a happier and more balanced life.

Special Note for people suffering form PTSD and “First-Responders1” :

Havening Therapy offers a “content-free” intervention alternative. This is particularly valuable for individuals who may have found traditional talking therapy ineffective or even distressing. Unlike conventional methods that involve revisiting and detailing traumatic memories, Havening Therapy focuses on achieving results without the need to disclose explicit content. This content-free approach aims to prevent re-traumatization, providing fast, effective a tailored solution for those seeking relief. Your emotional well-being is my priority, and Havening Therapy offers a promising avenue for healing that respects your individual needs and experiences.

  1. “First responders” are professionals who are among the first to arrive and provide assistance at the scene of an emergency or crisis, such as paramedics, emergency medical technicians, firefighters, police officers, and other emergency personnel. These individuals are trained to respond quickly to various situations, including accidents, medical emergencies, natural disasters, and other critical incidents. First responders play a crucial role in ensuring public safety and providing immediate aid to those in need and therefore often find themselves in situations with first and secondary** traumatizing potential . ↩︎

**Secondary traumatization refers to the emotional and psychological impact that individuals may experience as a result of exposure to the trauma experienced by others. It typically occurs among individuals who are in helping professions or roles where they regularly interact with trauma survivors or witness traumatic events. This phenomenon can affect a range of professionals, including therapists, healthcare providers, emergency responders, social workers, and journalists. Secondary traumatization is not a direct experience of the traumatic event itself but rather a response to hearing about or witnessing the trauma experienced by others.

Signs of secondary traumatization may include symptoms similar to those of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), such as intrusive thoughts, nightmares, emotional numbing, and heightened arousal. It can impact an individual’s overall well-being, potentially leading to burnout, decreased job satisfaction, and challenges in personal relationships.