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Hypnotherapy & RTT


There are many tall tales about Hypnotherapy. Many people have this belief that if they’re hypnotised then they can be made to do or believe anything.


Well if that was the case many hypnotherapists would be able to (unethically) get their clients to sign their houses over to them, or give them their money. So you see, complete BS.


If anything Hypnotherapy can empower you. It silences your analytical, logical brain, freeing you to directly communicate what you want with the inner, most powerful part of you - your subconscious mind.


Hypnotherapy allows you to give direct mental commands to your mind to think differently and to adopt new powerful beliefs so you can deliberately create what you want in life.


Not only are you conscious and in control during hypnotherapy, but you begin to awaken and discover a new awareness which is liberating and life-changing.

Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT)

Rapid Transformational Therapy has emerged as a distinctive approach that aims to deliver permanent change.

RTT is particularly useful with issues such as trauma, anxiety, depression, insomnia,  addictions, stopping smoking, most fears and phobias, sexual problems, fertility and abuse.

I use RTT to empower my clients by using a technique called Role Function, Purpose, which honours and values the significance my clients attach to their issues/problems. It gives them understanding and insight as to why and how they perceive events in their life, so that they can change the meaning and dis-empower the issue completely. Severing the emotional attachment they once had to their issue.

RTT offers a powerful emotional release for them so that they can be free from pain, both emotional and physical.


RTT also uses a technique called Command Cell therapy as a modality for purposefully healing the body, as opposed to positive conditioning alone. Command cell therapy is a healing technique which helps to restore and re-balance the brain chemistry.


Lastly, RTT draws out ‘unfinished business’, meaning it is a technique for addressing the trauma that clients have been holding onto, some for many years.


The client is involved with the therapist in uncovering the meaning and interpretation of events and then changing them. This leads to permanent powerful change because RTT enables the mind to tell the body what to do (such as work on achieving health, overcoming depression, turn fear into excitement etc, becoming indifferent to junk food, cigarettes, and even alcohol). It can tell the body how to react and how to feel and it can alter and improve the messages the body sends to the mind.


I traveled to London and trained with Marisa Peer who created RTT. Marisa has been voted Britain’s Best Therapist. Marisa is an Author and she has been made a Fellow of the National College of Psychotherapists because of her contribution to the world of therapy and she has addressed the Royal Society of Medicine. She is passionate about making therapy easier and with faster and better results for everyone.

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