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What is RTT? 

RTT  is a new form of therapy which won 13 awards in 2018.  It was developed by Marisa Peer.  Marisa has been voted the UK’s best therapist by Men’s Health and Tattler.  Marisa is also a regular contributor to Mindvalley and to a range of TV programs.  She has written several books about her techniques.  

RTT combines different types of effective therapy with hypnotherapy.  It’s key feature is that it can rapidly get to the root cause of beliefs and behaviours which are problematic.  Most people need only one or two  sessions.  After the session, clients need to play a personalised recording for 3 weeks.  This is to establish new habits of thought and new habits of action.  

What can it be used for?

Rapid Transformational therapy can be used for a wide range of emotional and physical issues.  It is particularly successful at dealing with depression, anxiety, phobias and chronic illness.  In addition, it can also be used for highly specific behaviours such as fear of speaking in public, exam stress or exercise motivation.  You can go to FAQs for more information.  Currently, I am the only qualified RTT therapist in Kenya, find out more about me.

More about RTT

This approach uses many aspects of  hypnotherapy which produce a transformative effect on clients.  For example, it uses  trance, regression and hypnotic conditioning. However, RTT goes beyond traditional hypnotherapy.   It uses a highly systematic approach which has proven results. For more information  on RTT visit here

It was developed by Marisa assessing what gave  the best results for her clients.  This analysis was used to build a new therapeutic approach.  Subsequently, it has been honed into a set of specific techniques.  These insights provided the foundations for Rapid Transformational Therapy to emerge as a distinctive approach.


How is RTT different to other therapies?

Most people do not have enough time.  Time has become a luxury and a currency as valuable as money. Therefore, it is difficult for clients to take too much time off work to address their issues.  Furthermore, a big time commitment may compound the issues that clients are suffering from.   In many cases, clients can be in considerable physical or emotional pain.  Because of this, they want change to happen quickly. They need rapid results to halt the progression of their issue. So, the first difference with this approach is it aims to deliver permanent change in a single session. Although some issues may need up to 3 sessions.

The second difference is that it is a method that truly empowers clients. By using a technique called Role, Function, Purpose,  it explores the significance clients attach to their issues.  It then goes on to offer a powerful emotional release from the blocks that are holding them back.  A third difference is with its use of Cell Command Therapy to purposefully heal the body. Lastly, there are tools to draw out ‘unfinished business’.  These same tools can be used for addressing the trauma that clients have been holding onto for many years.