Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is a unique blend of hypnotherapy, psychotherapy, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT).
In essence, it is a method by which you can identify, and overcome, any deeply embedded blocks or beliefs you may have which are limiting you from living your most fulfilled life.
It can be used to help someone overcome a wide range of issues from anxiety and stress, weight control, smoking and drinking, insomnia, fears and phobias, and self-esteem and confidence.
What Is RTT?
RTT is the brainchild of high-profile hypnotherapist to the stars and high-flyers, Marisa Peer. After years of training and practice she developed her own form of hypnotherapy which essentially amalgamates good practices from similar disciplines.
You’ve seen that RTT utilises hypnotherapy, psychotherapy, NLP, and CBT. But what are they?
Wikipedia defines hypnotherapy as ‘a type of alternative medicine in which hypnosis is used to create a state of focused attention and increased suggestibility during which positive suggestions and guided imagery are used to help individuals deal with a variety of concerns and issues.’
Psychotherapy, according to the Cambridge English dictionary, is ‘the treatment of mental illness by discussing someone’s problems with them, instead of using drugs or operations.
The NLP academy says that NLP is the practice of understanding how people organise their thinking, feeling, language and behaviour to produce the results they do.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
The National Health Service (NHS) defines CBT as ‘a talking therapy that can help you manage your problems by changing the way you think and behave.’
As you can see all these fields are in the area of mind. The front line of behavioural change.
How Does RTT Work?
Problems of the mind can be quite complex and deep-rooted. And that is why the multi-faceted approach of RTT may be just the answer.
It works through the use of trance, regression and hypnotic conditioning, and by having open and honest discussions with your RTT practitioner, who can then help guide you in overcoming whatever is holding you back.
Traditional therapy has the view that development, or overcoming an issue, has to be a long, difficult process. RTT works in almost the opposite way. Yes, the outward physical changes in your life may take a bit of hard work and time, but Marisa has designed a programme that is ‘specific, fast, and highly effective’.
The way, and reason, RTT has been shown to be so effective, is because it is a way of speaking directly to the sub-conscious. The sub, or super-conscious, according to Marisa, is very powerful and has all the control. “It doesn’t deal with logic,” she says. “It’s the feeling mind. “It only lives in the present tense.”
By knowing the ways and processes of the mind RTT is able to help you overcome any limiting beliefs. By working on the subconscious and by helping you talk to your mind in a more positive way it can help you deal with any issues that may be holding you back from living the life you want to live.
You will reframe your core beliefs, values, habits and emotions by ‘rapidly rewiring the neural pathways of the brain’.
In this way RTT ‘replaces our out-dated belief systems and negative patterns of behaviour’ and helps form ‘new life-affirming beliefs’. It helps set you on a new path, a path of discovery and optimism. The path you’ve always wanted to be on but kept getting pushed off by the things that have traditionally held you back. The path of your life. And thankfully, because of RTT, it won’t take a lifetime to get there.