What sets RTT apart from other therapies?
What is Rapid Transformational Therapy exactly?
Rapid Transformational Therapy embraces many of the positive aspects of hypnosis and hypnotherapy that are known to produce a transformative effect on clients: the use of trance, regression and hypnotic conditioning. However, RTT has gone beyond that.
As your RTT therapist I am equipped with an array of techniques and tools that are crucial, not just in teaching you how to communicate with your subconscious mind, but also directly accessing and fixing whatever blockages may be there. Central to that is the ability to transform many clients in a single session.
“My ability to do that doesn’t come from a single methodology; it comes from the unique layering of techniques and beliefs that I created and now teach.” Marisa Peer.
How Does it Work?
Rapid Transformational Therapy embraces many of the positive aspects of hypnosis and hypnotherapy that are known to produce a transformative effect on clients: the use of trance, regression and hypnotic conditioning. However, RTT goes beyond – diagnosing what works with clients to build a new therapeutic approach. Unlike many hypnotherapists RTT does not rely solely on positive reinforcement. Too often this is the sole focus for hypnotherapists.
While using correct, up-to-date, and relevant language when talking to yourself is certainly a part of any transformation, it serves as more of a reinforcement of breakthroughs, rather than the catalyst of them. As an RTT therapist I am able to reach breakthroughs via hypnosis that would not be possible if I were simply trying to reach the subconscious mind via altered language and self-talk. As an RTT hypnotherapist I am equipped with an array of techniques and tools that are crucial, not just in teaching you how to communicate with your subconscious mind, but also directly accessing and fixing whatever blockages may be there. Central to that is the ability to transform many clients in a single session.
What Should I Expect From a Session?
As the client you will work alongside me as we uncover the meaning and interpretation of events and then change those beliefs.
This leads to permanent powerful change because RTT enables the mind to tell the body what to do. For example, heal itself using a technique called Cell Command Therapy, easily move away from addictions and turn fear into excitement. RTT tells the body how to react and how to feel and it can alter and improve the messages the body sends to the mind, so things like compulsive eating, depression, anxiety and panic attacks can be permanently overcome.
If you are in physical or emotional pain, you want rapid results. RTT aims to deliver permanent change in 1 to 3 sessions. By using a technique called Role Function Purpose which recognises and values the significance clients attach to their issues/problems and then offers a powerful emotional release for them. They can actually be free from pain.
RTT uses Command Cell therapy as a powerful technique for purposefully healing the body, as opposed to positive conditioning alone. RTT draws out ‘unfinished business’, meaning it is a technique for addressing the trauma that clients have been holding onto for many years. The technique of ‘Upgrading the Child’ offers a fast and incredibly effective way to permanently overcome childhood issues.
The Difference Between NLP & RTT?
Marisa Peer, the founder of the RTT methodology comments:
“When it comes to personal development and therapy, there are a lot of different methodologies out there to explore. It can be confusing for people looking for a therapist to understand what’s what – and it can be easy to be confused by different therapies. When it came time to create my own therapy course after thirty years of practising it myself, I really wanted to create something powerful and transformational that reflected all the influences I’ve had in my long career. I also wanted it to be very clear what it is, and what it is not.
It’s true that I’ve been influenced by lots of methodologies including hypnosis, CBT, psychotherapy, healing and neurolinguistic programming (or NLP). However, it would be incorrect to say my method is simply a summation of these parts. I truly believe my method, Rapid Transformational Therapy, or RTT, is one-of-a-kind and its ethos is guided by the unconventional idea that you don’t need a lifetime to learn, master and then change the processes of the mind. Often, people who have heard about my RTT method—but who have not yet seen an RTT therapist- will say that it sounds very similar to NLP. Some even presume it’s NLP simply packaged differently. To avoid confusion, I wanted to explain the difference between the two therapies.
It’s true that both NLP and RTT can teach you how to better dialogue with your mind and understand the difference between what your subconscious and conscious mind believe.
But most of the similarities end there. RTT has the added—and crucial—step of not just teaching you how to communicate with your subconscious mind, but also directly accessing and fixing whatever blocks may be there. Using the regression technique that I teach, clients are able to reach breakthroughs via hypnosis that would not be possible if they were simply trying to reach their subconscious mind via altered language and self-talk.
After a long career as a therapist, I am proud of the reputation that I’ve earned. Central to that reputation is my ability to transform many of my patients in a single session. My ability to do that doesn’t come from a single methodology; it comes from the unique layering of techniques and beliefs that I teach on the RTT course. While using correct, up-to-date, and relevant language when talking to yourself is certainly a part of that, it serves as more of a reinforcement of breakthroughs, rather than the catalyst of them.
To be clear, I’m not saying that NLP is not a valid methodology. Many of the people who I train have formerly studied in NLP. What I am saying is that RTT is far more all-encompassing as a treatment method. While learning how to dialogue with your mind is a part of the method, it is often not enough if you have experienced severe trauma, emotional hurt, or are struggling with addictions or phobias. I am a great believer that you cannot fix what you don’t understand and RTT works by first understanding how you got your issues and then freeing you from them for good using a method I created called Role, Function and Purpose of any issue. It also has a huge healing element that uses command therapy to activate the body’s ability to heal and restore itself to wellness. Many Doctors have trained with me and commented that what I do is a form of neuroplasticity as RTT is creating new neural pathways in the mind while simultaneously removing of old unhelpful ones. I am immensely proud of this and always in awe of the powerful transformations brought about through RTT.
I hope this has cleared up any confusion around the difference between NLP and RTT, as that is a question, we are frequently asked. “
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