Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT): An Emerging Non-invasive Therapeutic Modality – Article now online
People think that Hypnotherapists are for people that want to Stop Smoking. In fact, I don’t get that many requests for that! I see people for a huge range of issues.
This week one of my clients came to me for pain. They have been in physical pain for 20 years.
Consciously, she felt she was doing everything right but subconsciously there were blocks which had to be eliminated! Our subconscious mind puts these blocks up to PROTECT us not to harm us and there is always a positive intention.
One of the processes I use in Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is called Role, Function, Purpose, Intention (RFPI) where we talk to part of the person on what the role of the pain is. In almost all cases it’s trying to protect them from something and has wired in the brain that this is of benefit to them. Wacky – but true!
I work with the subconscious to arrive at a positive outcome for all. As a Hypnotherapist, I am a great negotiator – and I know how to get your subconscious on your side to help you achieve whatever goal you like.
There is so much variety, joy and fulfilment in my work!
Lastly, I am excited that the modality that I use with my clients is starting to get recognised in the UK health system. This is a game-changer! I welcome you to read the following paper to find out more. A massive thanks to Savitha Raveendran and Chandrasekaran Kaliaperumal for this article and for bringing RTT to the forefront of healing modalities.
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