Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) is an innovative approach derived from science and philosophy that causes beneficial changes in feeling and behavior. RRT shifts the way the deep part of the mind processes information so that improvements in thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are natural and automatic. It is a fast and effective treatment for many of life’s challenges and can often be completed in a full day intensive. After an intensive, most people report automatic, effortless, and lasting improvements in the way they think, feel and behave.
If you have been experiencing emotional turmoil, preoccupation or a sense of being stuck, it is likely that someone has told you to be more positive, let negative feelings go, learn to forgive others and, most importantly, to love yourself. None of these things are necessary. When therapists suggest that someone who is unhappy needs to take responsibility for the problems and make better choices, this can cause someone who is suffering to feel even worse. Since no one chooses to feel unhappy, no one can simply choose not to be. People do not choose to have thoughts, emotions, habits and impulses that promote unhealthy behaviors. These all originate outside of conscious awareness and are caused by the way the mind processes information. Attempting to bring about lasting change without adjusting the internal processor is like trying to repair the structure of a building by applying a coat of paint.
How is RRT different from psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy is likely to create dependency. Many people have been in therapy for years.
RRT can often be completed within a day.
Psychotherapy is often painful and requires people to re-live disturbing experiences.
RRT is painless and fun.
Psychotherapists take a long and detailed history at the beginning of treatment which often causes additional emotional distress. The psychotherapist then renders a diagnosis which can work against an individual’s best interest in a number of ways. Being diagnosed is to be labeled as ill or defective and high-risk. Being diagnosed by a mental health professional can affect employment, security clearance, eligibility for insurance, and self-concept.
The RRT practitioner does not take a history or render a diagnosis.
Many psychotherapists complete their entire training without ever experiencing psychotherapy. They do not observe their teachers doing what they are being taught to do and their teachers are unlikely to ever observe the students in order to review their competence. Psychotherapists are not required to observe psychotherapy in order to be licensed to provide it.
RRT practitioners are observed, coached and evaluated and personally experience the process as part of the training.
What will I experience during the RRT session?
The practitioner invites you to try on a new way of thinking. This causes a shift in emotions, behavior and even physical sensations. The change can be immediate. People often report that the experience is fascinating, up-lifting, and highly rewarding.
Is RRT a form of hypnosis?
RRT does not involve susceptibility to the power of suggestion. You are always awake, aware and in full control.
My psychotherapist told me that she hasn’t been able to help me because I am resistant. Can I still benefit from RRT?
Therapists use the term “resistance” to justify their own failure to help. No one schedules a meeting with us unless they want things to improve, so i don’t believe anyone seeking my assistance is resistant,rebellious, defiant or unmotivated.
Do people have to relive painful experiences in order to benefit from RRT?
We never ask people to relive painful experiences.
Can RRT help people who have been traumatized?
RRT has proven to be effective in eliminating the ongoing effects of sexual trauma, childhood abuse, PTSD, grief, heartbreak, betrayal, emotional trauma and combat PTSD.
Can RRT help someone who is suffering from a medical problem?
When an individual is preoccupied or in turmoil, the healing process within the body is slowed down. RRT clears the mind from turmoil and preoccupation so that the healing process in the body can deepen and accelerate.
I think something happened to me that continues to have a negative effect on me, but I don’t remember what it was. Can RRT help with this?
RRT can clear the negative effect that prior experiences continue to have even if those events are not consciously remembered.
What happens during an intensive?
For optimal transformation, the RRT Intensive combines multiple sessions with breaks in between to accelerate and deepen the change you are looking for. Later, you may complete one or two 1.5 hour sessions and utilize RRT E-coaching to optimize the change that has already taken place.
Do I have to believe in RRT for it to work?
Absolutely not. It wouldn’t make sense to believe in something until it has proven to have value.
How do I get started?
CONTACT ME to schedule a complimentary consultation.