Wellness Seminars and Coaching

Havening Techniques®


Susan Eisner, MPH, CASAC is a 


Practitioner  -  Virtual Sessions Available



Havening Techniques can help you deal with your fears, anxiety, etc, from it. 

> Are you struggling to cope with the impact of the CORONAVIRUS, the traumatic impact of which may last well after the emergency is over?

>  >  >  And/or are there OTHER stressful, difficult issues in your life - 

PERSONAL OR PROFESSIONAL - you'd like relief from? 

Consider trying HAVENING TECHNIQUES, a relatively new, 

powerful and often fast-acting mind-body healing method, 

to restore you to peace and harmony.


Read the information below, and call Susan at (516) 459-9036 to discuss working with her to help you restore your well-being.


Testimonial from CARYN ISAACS, BCPA, Havening Client

  “I was on the board of the Senior Umbrella Network Queens (SUNQ) networking group. SUNQ was in danger of closing down and needed new blood on the board. I no longer had the ability to put lots of energy into keeping it going – I did all I could do. And I had other priorities. But I was hysterical that SUNQ would close, and I felt angry, anxious and guilty. So I did an amazing Havening session with Susan – and all those feelings went away! I got clear about my needs and became okay with what whatever outcome would ensue. I felt peaceful and comfortable. It turned out SUNQ is functioning again. I took over as Co-Chair and have delegated all the work so that I am comfortable with my new role. And I can address my other priorities. Susan really helped me to feel so much better and sane about this! And little did she know that she’d be a driving force in helping to keep SUNQ alive!”

- Written by Caryn Isaacs, BCPA, Patient Advocate at 


Click Below for More of Susan's Havening Testimonials

Testimonials written by her clients include several from her colleagues in the Geriatrics field,  

and one from Susan writing about her own experience being a Havening client herself!

Havening Testimonials (pdf)




The Havening Techniques were developed by Ronald A. Ruden M.D., Ph.D. and his brother Steven J. Ruden, D.D.S., ICF/ACC. These techniques were inspired by a conversation in 2001 that turned into a book “When the Past is Always Present” and became the Havening Techniques, with the first official training occurring in May 2013, London. Now it has grown and spread to all corners of the world, with practitioners in Alaska to New Zealand and hundreds in between.

The Havening Techniques are powerful tools that can be used to alleviate the consequences of traumatic or stressful events. They engage our inherent biological system to permanently heal, strengthen and empower our minds and bodies. Havening creates a safe haven and when in that calm state it allows the body to heal.  

Havening or Delta Techniques™ is a method which is designed to change the brain to de-traumatize the memory and remove its negative effects from both our psyche and body.


The Havening Techniques are healing modalities designed to help individuals overcome problems that are the consequence of traumatic or stressful encoding in the brain. They belong to a larger group of methods called psychosensory therapies, which use sensory input to alter thought, mood and behavior. The system is comprised of protocols and methods that use touch as a therapeutic tool we call Havening Touch®. This touch generates a delta wave in the brain and as a consequence we also refer to Havening Techniques as Delta Techniques™. Havening can be used within a psycho-therapeutic setting with professional mental health-care clinicians who have been fully trained and certified in the Havening Techniques. These techniques can also be used by non-licensed and /or allied health care professionals as a protocol for coaching, wellness and stress reduction.


It’s not possible to provide any guarantees but once Havening is successful it has shown to be permanent in most cases. This is because Havening is believed to alter the biological structure of the brain. The return of symptoms implies either the traumatic core has not yet been found or the problem has been encoded in a different way. In particular, addictive and obsessive/compulsive behaviors, certain pain syndromes and vasovagal (e.g.fainting) issues often need reinforcement or cannot be treated with the Havening Techniques at the present time. No therapy works for all problems, but Havening is demonstrating that it’s possible to successfully treat disorders that have not been resolved by western medicine. Although the Havening Techniques appear to have promising emotional, mental, and physical health benefits, they have yet to be fully researched by the Western academic, medical, and psychological communities and, therefore may be considered experimental. The Havening Techniques are self-regulated and they are considered alternative or complementary healing methods in the United States.


The consequences of traumatic encoding can be physical and psychological.

Havening has been shown to help with:

  - Anger Management

  - Phobias

  - Chronic pain

  - Distressing memories (broken relationships, shocking news, loss, 

    embarrassment, etc.)

  - Emotional eating

  - Victims of natural disasters (hurricanes, floods, etc.) and man-made (war, 

    fire, assault, home intrusion, etc.)

  - Fear of abandonment

  - Stress

  - Self Esteem

  - Cravings

  - PTSD

  - Panic attacks

  - Sexual abuse / assault

  - Performance enhancement

  - Professional problems

  - Public speaking

  - Sports

These are just a few - Havening Techniques help many other issues as well!

For more information about Havening Techniques, go to

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Susan Eisner, MPH, CASAC is a Certified Practitioner of Havening Techniques.  Havening Techniques is a registered trademark of Ronald Ruden, 15 East 91st Street, New York. 

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