Certified Havening Practitioner , Havening Authorised Trainer. Chair of Veterans Havening UK.
SNLP Master Practitioner, (former) Child Safeguarding Designated Nurse, Health Visitor, Primary Care Tutor, Cot / Crib Death Specialist Nurse.
Working in North London and Harley Street, and world-wide via skype.
Louise has decades of experience supporting individuals, families and colleagues affected by serious and complex adverse life events, in a sensitive, supportive and practical way.
A former specialist nurse, working in Safeguarding Children and within Multi- Agency Partnerships, she has demonstrable talent in helping clients make the move from overwhelming circumstances to positive change.
Supporting the removal of life limiting fears, phobias, trauma, bereavement and pain, her therapeutic work is recommended and endorsed by Paul McKenna Ph D.
Louise’s skills in Havening, and results gained are attracting increasingly diverse clients – from young students who may be struggling in School or University, to people of middle , and older ages whose lives have been limited by PTSD, and long held life limiting trauma. Havening Techniques opens up the ability to work content free in cases that are too difficult to put into words.
Training and Support :
Louise is one of the first 6 Havening Trainers to have been appointed worldwide, and enjoys the adventure and challenge of bringing Havening to a wider audience. The 2 day Havening Training sessions are supported by a small group of Certified and experienced Haveners who bring their skills and experiences into the learning.
Louise has presented and supported training in the UK, Ireland, Australia, USA and Norway.
London Area Practise Group :
Louise has an ongoing commitment to support and development of emerging Haveners post Havening Training. In 2014 she initiated, and continues to sustain, a successful , lively Practise Group who meet regularly in Central London . Although based in London, Participants come from far and wide, to share practise and skills, learning, and have some fun! Local Peer Support Groups are in the process of development.
Louise is supported in this by her husband Dr Michael Carmi, former Professor of Primary Care and GP Educationalist, and daughter Debi Carmi. A Havening Family experience.
Veterans Havening Committee, UK Chair :
Malika Stephenson, Havening Veterans Worldwide Co-ordinator has established the Havening Veterans Committee , of which Louise is UK Chair. This Committee is formed of Haveners and Veterans and is seeking to strengthen practise, research and support in working with complex Military PTSD, and Veteran Family related PTSD.