Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) combines a number of therapeutic tools to give you powerful results. Using the best principles of hypnotherapy, NLP, mindfulness and cognitive behavioural therapy, RTT allows us to access the subconscious mind to understand what prevents you from feeling whole and well.
You won’t have to spend hours endlessly talking and retelling your story to get to the root of your problem. Memories shift according to how we repeat them and what additional overlays we unconsciously add to them. The mood we feel when we recall a certain experience will add a new layer of relationship to that memory. Talking about your problem is like rehearsing the feelings around it, embedding them deeper into your memory with new overlays each time. It can’t change the problem.
We’ll work through old self-limiting beliefs and mental blocks that will quickly become conscious for you to process, understand, heal and replace with healthier and more supportive beliefs and patterns.
After just one session you will have a clear understanding and more freedom around an issue that may have been bothering you for years. As we are each unique it might happen is that you need and that it will take one or two sessions per issue. Depression and anxiety or long-standing addiction might require several sessions.
Understanding is power and this is one of the most empowering methods I know to help you overcome your obstacles to happiness and freedom in your life. Because this is such a fast method of transformation you don’t need to understand what is causing you upset and we work very quickly within the session to resolve the mental attitude set me have shaped around the issue.
You deserve to live your life free from the burdens of the past in a way that allows you to create the future that you want.
Disclaimer: Hypnosis is not suitable for epileptics, unless supported by a doctor’s note, or people with psychosis (schizophrenia). When dealing with a physical and/or mental illness or disease always consult a qualified physician or therapist, and consult your health care provider before making any health care decisions. Results vary from individual to individual and will not be the same for everyone.