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FAQ about RTT Hypnotherapy

The documented use and investigation of hypnosis spans centuries and its therapeutic use has received endorsement by multiple medical associations (British Medical Association, 1955Council on Mental Health, 1958Palsson et al., 2023). According to APA Division 30 (Society of Psychological Hypnosis), hypnosis is defined as a “state of consciousness involving focused attention and reduced peripheral awareness characterized by an enhanced capacity for response to suggestion” (Elkins et al., 2015, p. 6). 


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Rapid Transformational Therapy is a cutting-edge approach that combines hypnotherapy, psychotherapy, and neuro-linguistic programming to access the root causes of your trauma. By delving into the subconscious mind, we identify and reframe negative beliefs and thought patterns that are keeping you stuck. My goal is to empower you with the tools to release emotional baggage, reduce physical symptoms, and create lasting positive change.

RTT uses regression to find the root cause of your symptoms and uses deep inner child healing to create true transformation. RTT is very different than general hypnosis.
  1. Resolution of Underlying Issues: RTT is often used to address the root causes of various mental and emotional challenges, such as anxiety, depression, phobias, addiction, and more. The primary outcome is the resolution or alleviation of these issues by identifying and addressing their underlying causes.

  2. Improved Mental Health: Clients often report experiencing improved mental health after RTT. This can include reduced symptoms of anxiety and depression, greater emotional resilience, and enhanced overall well-being.

  3. Behavioral Changes: RTT can lead to significant behavioral changes. Clients may find it easier to break harmful habits or addictions and adopt healthier behaviors and coping mechanisms.

  4. Enhanced Self-Esteem and Confidence: RTT frequently results in improved self-esteem and self-confidence. Clients often develop a more positive self-image and a stronger belief in their abilities to achieve their goals.

  5. Increased Clarity and Focus: Many clients report increased clarity of thought and improved ability to focus on their goals and aspirations. This can lead to greater productivity and achievement.

  6. Better Relationships: RTT can have a positive impact on personal relationships. Clients may experience improved communication skills, reduced conflict in relationships, and a greater ability to form and maintain healthy connections.

  7. Emotional Healing: Emotional healing is a key outcome of RTT. Clients often find relief from long-standing emotional pain, trauma, and unresolved issues, leading to a greater sense of emotional well-being.

  8. Stress Reduction: RTT can help clients manage and reduce stress more effectively. This can lead to a calmer and more balanced life.

  9. Increased Resilience: Clients often report increased resilience in the face of life’s challenges. They may find it easier to bounce back from setbacks and handle adversity with greater composure.

  10. Positive Life Changes: RTT can empower individuals to make positive life changes, such as pursuing new career opportunities, improving their physical health, and setting and achieving personal goals.

  11. Enhanced Creativity and Performance: Some clients experience heightened creativity and improved performance in their chosen fields after undergoing RTT.

  12. Freedom from Limiting Beliefs: RTT helps clients identify and overcome limiting beliefs and negative thought patterns that have held them back in life. This can lead to a more optimistic and empowered mindset.

It’s important to note that the specific outcomes of RTT can vary from person to person. Success in RTT often depends on the individual’s willingness to engage in the process and their openness to change. 

I have my clients rate their symptoms on a scale of 1-10, 10 being the most extreme.  After a series of 3 or 5 sessions, I ask them the same question.  My consistently from being an 8-10 in level of symptoms to a 0-3.

The experience feels different for different people. Some people feel a floating sensation, some do not. Most people feel absolutely relaxed and at ease. What’s most important is to know that how you feel isn’t an indicator of how effective it is.
No! This is a myth. You can talk and move your body. You’re simply in a state of very deep relaxation. Whether you are in-office or on a video call, you have complete control the entire time. We will be having constant dialogue throughout the session, and you will be aware the entire time.
What makes RTT amazing is that even if you think you know the reason, you see it in a completely new way. That’s what allows you to change the meaning and ultimately, change your beliefs.
Many clients go back to scenes that are totally different than what they expected. Just relax and trust that your subconscious mind will show you exactly what you need to see.
If you recall scenes from your life that are related to pain, abuse or other trauma, it’s important to remember that you are not reliving that scene, you are simply reviewing it. I will support you and create a safe space as you express your emotions and heal.
There are three types of change from RTT and every experience is unique:
  1. Immediate: you feel a massive shift right away–immediate changes in your physiology, thoughts and behaviors right in the session.
  2. Incremental: you see consistent shifts every day, or over time.
  3. Retroactive: you don’t see the shifts right away and then one day you suddenly look back and see all of the things that are different in your life, or someone else notices a positive change in you.,/li>
I trained directly under the world renowned hypnotherapist Marisa Peer in Los Angeles and earned my certification through her live program.

Refunds are only given for unused session where the customer is charged the single session rate for the used sessions. (749.00 per session)