Rapid Resolution Therapy
Are you stuck? Haunted by trauma or grief?
Groundbreaking Rapid Resolution Therapy can help you resolve these problems swiftly and painlessly
THE RRT DIFFERENCE
If you are stuck and have not been able to bring about change despite you best efforts, it is likely because your emotional brain is still responding to negative past experience. The emotional brain does not speak the same language of the rational brain; therefore, traditional talk therapy misses the intended audience. RRT uses multilevel hypnotic communication to convey the therapeutic message to the whole brain. It also implements, when appropriate, techniques geared at rewiring the memory pathways, consistent with affective neuroscience’s research on memory reconsolidation. Thus, change happens instantaneously as we hit the “update and reset” button on your brain. And, icing on the cake, treatment is overall pretty painless. While I may ask you to retell a painful experience during a session, I will not ask you to relive it. In fact, it is my job to keep you from doing so. You will more likely be laughing than crying. And you can relax, you really don’t have to do anything, I’m steering this boat and it’s my job to get it to the harbor.
It typically takes three sessions to take care of a specific issue: an evaluation, a core (longer) session, and a follow up session. In fewer cases, another couple of follow-ups are needed. The core session is up to 3 hours, while evaluation and all other sessions are up to 90 minutes. Think about getting a crown for your tooth. A couple of appointments and it’s done. You don’t have to do it again and you don’t have to learn to do it yourself. No homework. Once we hit that “reset button” on your brain and clear the negative emotions that have kept you stuck, the job is done.
While RRT works exceptionally well for the overwhelming majority of patients, it is not suitable for all issues (see treatment areas). I use it:
- As a stand alone treatment with patients who come in exclusively to resolve a specific issue
- As an adjunct to psychotherapy with current patients, when we hit a roadblock that prevents us from moving forward
I understand this is a very different approach from traditional therapy. I’m happy to answer any questions, just give me a call.
- PTSD, including combat trauma
- Sexual trauma
- Childhood abuse
- Domestic violence
- Panic attacks
- Shame and Guilt
- Relapse prevention