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  • What is Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT)?
    RTT is a dynamic therapeutic methodology that integrates elements from hypnotherapy, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), Psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral techniques and Regression. RTT focuses on identifying and addressing the root causes of emotional and behavioral challenges. Through deep hypnosis and guided exploration of past experiences, RTT aims to rapidly access the subconscious mind, reframe limiting beliefs, and replace them with empowering ones. This process is designed to bring about swift and lasting transformations in individuals, helping them overcome issues such as anxiety, self-doubt, phobias, and unwanted habits. RTT has proven to work very well with my clients who have deep rooted trauma or beliefs. Issues which have been unresolved for long periods of time. Through this process, we are able to delve deeper to seek long-term, sustainable change and improvements.
  • What problems can RTT help me with?
    Because Rapid Transformational Therapy® is a complete solution based approach, it can be used in many different ways. Clients have achieved phenomenal success overcome all kinds of challenges, including physical health issues, infertility, depression, anxiety, weight management, fears and phobias. The tools and techniques in the RTT process are extremely powerful. In many cases, one to three sessions is enough. (In some cases extra session may be required). Trouble sleeping or Insomnia Weight loss Weight gain Abundance mindset Bad relationship with money Anxiety Fibromyalgia Lack of abundance Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Symptoms Chronic pain Quit smoking Quit drinking Lack of confidence, or self-esteem Wealth wiring Freedom from depression Sex and relationships Phobia Students experiencing exam anxiety or stress Writer's block Procrastination & lack of focus Business teams or sports teams motivation and alignment Back pain or other muscular pain Emetophobia There is little that RTT cannot help you with. (RTT should not be considered to be the final cure).
  • How does RTT work?
    Breakthroughs are achieved by understanding and fixing the root cause, rather than just addressing the symptoms of the presenting issue. This is why RTT® has such a permanent all-pervasive impact, as it erases and eradicates issues at the core, for life-changing benefits. All RTT® therapists are equipped with an array of techniques and tools that are crucial, not just in teaching how to communicate with the subconscious mind, but also directly accessing and fixing whatever blockages there may be to reprogramme your mind for success.
  • How can RTT impact physical health and life-long behaviours?
    RTT® offers a comprehensive range of transformational techniques, including Cell Command Therapy, to activate the body's innate ability to heal and restore itself to wellness, from a cellular level. Science has proven with neuroplasticity we can actually rewire our minds. The human mind, has the most powerful potential on the planet to evolve. Using RTT® to access the almighty subconscious mind, we can create new neural pathways and replace old limiting beliefs and behaviours with new empowering ones. Marisa Peer has been developing, testing and perfecting this method, for over three decades. Her clients from royalty to rockstars, olympic athletes to business mughals and more.
  • What is Hypnotherapy?
    First and foremost, what you should know is that Hypnosis is a very natural Human ability. We experience it daily, we just don't know about it. Hypnotherapy is a therapeutic technique that employs hypnosis to induce a focused and relaxed state of consciousness. Something we all experience daily. This state allows you to be more receptive to positive suggestions, imagery, and guided visualization. This altered state of awareness can help address various issues such as phobias, stress, pain, habits, and self-esteem. It is a complementary approach that aims to facilitate positive changes in thoughts, emotions, and behaviors by tapping into the subconscious mind's potential for transformation. Clients have managed to achieve profound results to imminent problems such as stage fright, phobias, managing pain, self-confidence, becoming stress free and so much more.
  • What is the difference between RTT and Hypnotherapy?
    RTT and Hypnotherapy share similarities as therapeutic approaches that involve hypnosis, but they differ in their methodologies and goals. Hypnotherapy encompasses a broader range of techniques that utilize hypnosis to induce a relaxed state of consciousness, making individuals more open to suggestions for various behavioral and emotional changes. In contrast, RTT is a specific therapeutic model that integrates hypnosis, psychotherapy, NLP, and cognitive-behavioral techniques. RTT focuses on identifying and addressing the root causes of issues by delving into past experiences, with the aim of achieving rapid and profound transformations through targeted belief restructuring. While both approaches utilize hypnosis, RTT's specialized methodology is designed for swift and lasting change by uncovering and reframing deep-rooted beliefs.
  • Are RTT or Hypnotherapy as effective online as in person?
    Yes, they just as effective online as it is in person. It really comes down to your preference.
  • What makes RTT accreditation so special?
    RTT® training includes continuous practice sessions to master the method, guided support, regular masterminds to dive deeper into topics, plus a community of peers and RTT® Graduates on hand to assist with any questions. RTT® is also the only therapy which leaves the client with a tailor made recording to supports the transformation, for the rest of their life. “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 by understanding the Role, Function and Purpose of the issue.” - Marisa Peer.
  • What is Neurolinguistic programming (NLP)?
    NLP is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy that was developed in the 1970s. It is based on the idea that our thoughts, behaviors, and emotions are interconnected, and that by changing one, we can change the others. NLP uses a variety of techniques and strategies to help individuals overcome limitations, achieve their goals, and improve their communication skills. These techniques include visualization, anchoring, reframing, and other forms of mental and emotional reprogramming. NLP has been used in a variety of fields, including business, education, sports, and therapy. Some practitioners claim that NLP can help individuals achieve rapid and lasting change, while others are more skeptical of its effectiveness. Overall, NLP remains a controversial and somewhat divisive field, with both proponents and critics arguing about its scientific basis and practical applications.
  • What is Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)?
    CBT is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on identifying and changing negative patterns of thinking and behavior that contribute to mental health problems. It is a short-term, goal-oriented approach that has been shown to be effective in treating a wide range of mental health disorders, including anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). CBT is based on the idea that our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are interconnected, and that by changing one of these, we can affect the others. The therapist works with the client to identify negative thoughts and beliefs that may be contributing to their symptoms, and then helps them to develop more positive and realistic ways of thinking. CBT also involves behavioral interventions, such as exposure therapy and behavioral activation, which are designed to help clients gradually confront and overcome their fears and avoidance behaviors. Overall, CBT is a highly structured and evidence-based approach to therapy that has been shown to be effective for a wide range of mental health problems. It is often used in conjunction with medication and other forms of treatment, and can be adapted to meet the specific needs of each individual client.
  • What is Regression Therapy?
    Regression therapy is a form of therapy that aims to help individuals address and overcome unresolved emotional issues or traumas from their past. It is based on the idea that negative patterns of thought, behavior, and emotion are often rooted in unresolved experiences from earlier in life. During regression therapy, the therapist may use various techniques to help the client access memories and emotions from their past, such as guided imagery, hypnosis, or other forms of relaxation and visualization. The client is then encouraged to explore these memories and emotions, often with the help of the therapist, in order to gain a deeper understanding of their current patterns of behavior and emotional reactions. The ultimate goal of regression therapy is to help the client resolve any lingering emotional issues or traumas from their past that may be contributing to their current problems. By processing and releasing these unresolved emotions, the client can often experience a sense of relief and healing, and may be better equipped to cope with their current challenges and move forward in their lives. It is important to note that regression therapy is not without controversy, and some critics have raised concerns about its scientific validity and potential risks. It is important to work with a qualified and licensed therapist if you are considering regression therapy, and to carefully weigh the potential benefits and risks before deciding if it is right for you.
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