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RTT: Rapid Transformational Therapy

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What is RTT?

RTT or Rapid Transformational Therapy is a powerful method that combines Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Psychotherapy, NLP & Hypnotherapy to Rapidly Transform your life.

RTT is a powerful method developed by Marisa Peer in the UK. You can check out the video below for a quick overview

This method is focused on finding out what it is that you DO WANT in your life. Almost like having access to a magic wand with life design abilities.

Freedom comes from understanding the past in a new way that changes the meaning you may have given events in the past as a younger version of yourself.

Once we're aware of the cause of Subconscious blocks and can consciously see patterns of behaviour, including subconscious self-sabotaging habits, that can prevent us from reaching our highest potential ... we can consciously create or design our lives!

What RTT is not ...

RTT is NOT based on asking "what's wrong" or providing a diagnosis of any 'disorder' or telling you how you're broken. It's a non-judgemental process that acknowledges that everyone is struggling with things that many people around them know nothing about. RTT creates a safe space to explore your subconscious mind, in which you are completely in control throughout the process.

Note, It's your life!

Support for RTT in the media

“This is an AMAZING article from the Times, promoting Professor Anthony David of UCL's book "A neuropsychiatrist's notes on troubled minds"  and also refers to "It's all in your head" by Suzanne Nicholson. It's nice there's so much support for RTT practitioners are doing https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/times2/what-if-the-thing-thats-making-you-physically-ill-is-your-mind-wrv8q3f89
“For anyone who has ever experienced trauma/PTSD, this enlightening article reveals crucial information.

The three parts of the brain responsible for processing stress can change when people suffer from PTSD:

  • The hippocampus shrinks — this is the centre for emotion and memory
  • The amygdala function increases — the centre for creativity and rumination
  • The prefrontal/anterior cingulate function decreases — the centre for more complex functions like planning and self-development

https://medium.com/@biobeats/how-unprocessed-trauma-is-stored-in-the-body-10222a76cbad

There is growing scientific evidence for somatic recognition and release of trauma, and this is another huge topic in itself - I'll link the blog article here.