What is Rapid Transformational Therapy?

Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is a hybrid hypnotherapy founded by therapist Marisa Peer that follows the principles of hypnosis, Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP), psychotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy. With RTT, the subconscious mind is accessed to allow the person to uncover, change and make upgrades on self-limiting beliefs. It also helps in identifying the root cause of any underlying physical or mental issues, pattern of thoughts or behavior, and therefore provides complete healing and freedom.

What is Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT)?

How Does Rapid Transformational Therapy Work?

RTT embraces several positive aspects of hypnotherapy and hypnosis that are known to have a transformative effect on the client, including trance, regression and hypnotic conditioning. However, RTT diagnoses what is most effective for the client by building a new therapeutic approach.

The hypnotherapist tries to reach the subconscious mind using altered language and self-talk. Aside from communicating with the subsconscious, he or she directly accesses and fixes the blockages that may be lying there. It is important to know that the therapist has been trained and equipped with the tools and techniques to help the client overcome their challenges.

What are the Benefits of Rapid Transformational Therapy?

While its principles are deeply grounded in hypnotherapy, 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 the client 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 behavioural issues and ailments that affect the mind, body and emotions such as:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Addictions
  • Pain control
  • Infertility
  • Insomnia
  • Weight loss
  • Phobias
  • Procrastination
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Stress
  • Brain fog
  • Circulatory issues
  • Grief and loss
  • Cardiovascular disease

What Can You Expect From Rapid Transformational Therapy?

An RTT session usually lasts from 90 to 120 minutes. Every session feels different for every person. For most, it is a feeling of deep relaxation and ease. And to some, it feels like a sleepy, floating sensation. It should be noted that what you feel during the session is not an indication of its effectiveness. It is working no matter what.

Additionally, 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. This allows your mind to let go of the issues for good. Then, the therapist helps in reprogramming and upgrading your mind with beliefs 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 and excited, 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.

An RTT session can be done in-person, or you may book a session online and receive treatment from the comfort of your own home. Following your therapeutic session, the practitioner will give you a recording to listen to for 21 consecutive days to rewire new beliefs into your subconscious mind. This is an important aspect of the treatment plan because listening to the same positive statement repeatedly for 21 days will reinforce your new beliefs. 

Is Rapid Transformational Therapy Safe?

RTT is not only safe but guarantees lasting benefits. It is so effective that even medical practitioners do not hesitate to recommend it to patients who are recovering from trauma and other medical conditions. Furthermore, the modality is highly recommended by the world's peak bodies representing psychotherapists, hypnotherapists and other complementary therapists.