Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is an effective method of therapy that has numerous accreditations and endorsements from the likes of the National and International Council of Psychotherapists, the International Association of Complementary Therapists, and the Australian Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists.
But what is it? How is it so different from the other methods of therapy out there? And, most importantly, does Rapid Transformational Therapy work?
What Is RTT?
RTT is a type of therapy designed by award winning therapist Marissa Peer who has treated a host of celebrities and sports stars, written numerus books, appeared on television, and is generally regarded as the best therapist for people looking to improve their lives.
Utilizing a combination of hypnosis, hypnotherapy, psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) Marissa created the perfect formula for successful treatment of your issue, regardless of what that specific issue or difficulty is.
The program Marissa created, according to the British Association for Counseling and Psychotherapy, is ‘Accredited in the UK, US and Australia’ and has ‘received globally validated results for clients worldwide’ and been recognized as ‘a truly life-changing method’.
What Makes RTT Different?
To explain what makes RTT different from other therapies requires the introduction of arguably the world’s first famous martial artist Bruce Lee.
When Lee became famous it wasn’t just because the use of martial arts had exploded in the West. There were plenty of other expert martial artists around at that time. It was because Lee had something everyone else didn’t. His own martial arts style.
Whilst everyone else trained in one particular fighting form or another Lee took the best moves from the lot and made his own. He basically invented Mixed Martial Arts decades before MMA officially existed.
Marissa has done something similar with RTT. She has taken the most positive, effective and encouraging methods from a number of therapies and created something possibly also ahead of its time.
“With RTT Marissa has created something truly powerful and unique,” said RTT practitioner Ms ?????. “She has taken some of the best methods and applied them with a sound understanding of how the brain works to provide us with a really effective way of resolving what life issues we have”.
Does RTT Work?
What’s the best way to answer a question these days? Ask a search engine? Well, I did. And here’s what it had to say.
According to the first page of results RTT ‘offers unparalleled results’ and ‘works rapidly and removes the need for continuous therapy sessions’. Other results say that ‘It helps to boost your confidence and improves communication skills’ and that ‘it can help you heal from past traumas’. But, as is common online, those sources may have a vested interest in promoting RTT.
Thankfully, The British Association for Counseling and Psychotherapy provides the most clear, direct and trusted, answer of all when they say: ‘Does it work ? Yes. Rapid Transformational Therapy and hypnosis has worked for millions of people just like you, no matter the issue. It’s simple, effective and proven.’.
The answer to the question: Does Rapid Transformational Therapy work? Seems to be a resounding yes. It has been used to successfully treat a huge number of people and sometimes in as quick a time as one session. If you feel the need for therapy or that you would benefit from it then RTT should certainly be, if not the top, then one of the top suggestions for your therapy.