What is Rapid Transformational Therapy?
Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is a hybrid therapy developed by Marisa Peer. It combines principles of Hypnotherapy, NLP, Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. It is specially designed for rapid relief of mental, emotional and physical pain or patterns.
Founded by Britain’s #1 Therapist Marisa Peer, and built on her 30+ year’s career, RTT® is a pioneering therapy method that has revolutionized the world of therapy today: it’s an innovative, hybrid, solution- based approach capable of delivering life-changing results very quickly.
RTT uses a very personalized approach that works with clients to reframe any negative beliefs, values, habits and emotions- many of which have been accumulating since childhood. By helping clients alter the way they think on a deeper subconscious level, they can approach life in a successful way impossible prior to RTT.
Its roots originate from traditional principles of psychotherapy including aspects of Gestalt, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming. In addition to more modern therapeutic techniques such as deep relaxation, mindfulness and hypnotherapy. It is already being used in the medical profession, schools, and multinational corporations as well as by business leaders and athletes.
How does RTT work?
- RTT helps to re-program your mind, changing negative and destructive beliefs we have about ourselves into something positive and helpful.
- It is a relaxing and transformational experience.
- RTT reaches parts of the subconscious brain that other therapies can’t. And it only takes one to three session to achieve the desired results.
What are the Benefits of Rapid Transformational Therapy?
RTT goes deeper to identify what led to the establishment of self-limiting thoughts in the subconscious mind to bring forth lasting change. As its name suggests, RTT rapidly shifts self-sabotaging thoughts and frees your mind from all kinds of problems. It can help with financial problems, public speaking, and academic and work performance among others. What’s more, it has been found effective in managing a host of behavioral issues and ailments that affect the mind, body and emotions
What Can You Expect From Rapid Transformational Therapy?
A RTT session usually lasts from 90 to 120 minutes. Every session feels different for every person (according to the problem they are facing). For most, it is a feeling of deep relaxation and ease. And to some, it feels like a sleepy, floating sensation. What you feel during the session is not an indication of its effectiveness. It is working no matter what.
In addition, regression is a vital part of RTT. Through hypnosis, you see experiences from your past and gain a new understanding. The subconscious mind has the answers to the reasons you feel what you are feeling. That allows your mind to let go of the issues for good. Then, the therapist helps in reprogramming and upgrading your mind, beliefs and thoughts that help empower and make you feel good. However, some issues can take more than one session to be addressed.
After the session, you may feel extremely happy, or relieved and free. You may also find yourself to be very tired and sleepy. There is a possibility to find yourself in a reflective mood.
In fact, RTT session can be done in-person, or you may book a session online and receive treatment from the comfort of your own home.
What are some indications for RTT?
RTT works on a variety of challenges including but not limited to stress, depression, anxiety, fears and phobias, sleep problems, self confidence, procrastination and motivation, focus and concentration, memory problems, public speaking, weight issues such as anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, inability to lose weight, quitting smoking, professional challenges such as public speaking, motivation, leadership skills, pain control and pain management, allergies, gastric illnesses such as IBS, fybromyalgia, inability to conceive, addictions of all sorts (drug, alcohol, device), children issues including self esteem, screen addiction, reading, concentration, lying, ect..
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