Frequently Asked Questions

Hypnotherapy is a therapeutic practice that uses guided hypnosis to help a client reach a trance-like state of focus, concentration, and relaxation. In it, a person is unusually responsive to an idea or image, but they are not under anyone’s “control.” Instead, a trained clinical hypnotherapist can help clients in this state relax and turn their attention inward to discover and utilize resources within themselves that can help them achieve desired behavioral changes or better manage pain or other physical concerns.

RTT (Rapid Transformational Therapy) is a hybrid therapy approach developed by Marisa Peer that combines techniques from various therapeutic modalities, including hypnotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychotherapy, and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP).

RTT therapy focuses on identifying and addressing the root cause of an individual’s issues by using hypnotherapy to access the subconscious mind, RTT aims to uncover and reframe limiting beliefs and negative self-talk that may be holding individuals back from reaching their full potential.

Hypnosis is not about being asleep. It’s the sleep of the nervous system. You will be aware of everything around you, but you will feel detached from them. You feel completely relaxed and in this state, you are able to access the subconscious mind.

Absolutely not! We can work together with or without hypnosis. Hypnotherapy is just one of the powerful tools and techniques I use only if you would like to use it. Otherwise, I’m happy to be your coach!

Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) operates on the premise that many of our beliefs and behaviors are rooted in the subconscious mind, often shaped by past experiences, traumas, or conditioning.

Before our session, we will talk about your issue and how you see your life without the problem. During an RTT session, I will guide you into a relaxed state of hypnosis, where the conscious mind takes a backseat and the subconscious mind becomes more accessible. We will explore and discuss the underlying causes of your challenges, whether it’s anxiety, phobias, relationship issues, or self-limiting beliefs like perfectionism or unworthiness.

Once the root causes are identified, I use a variety of techniques, including visualization, regression, and reframing, to facilitate healing and transformation. By uncovering and reframing the subconscious beliefs that drive unwanted behaviors or patterns, RTT empowers you to break free from old paradigms and create lasting change in your lives.

Then I will make you a personalized recording to support you in integrating your new beliefs and behaviors into your daily lives, paving the way for profound healing, growth, and empowerment.

RTT has incredible results for people as this method helps you understand the root cause of your issue and change the perspective of the past. If Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) doesn’t seem to yield the desired results, it’s essential to remember that each individual’s journey is unique, and what works for one person may not work for another. RTT is a powerful modality, but it’s not a one-size-fits-all solution, and there could be various factors at play that contribute to its effectiveness. We will maintain an open dialogue throughout the process, and in between sessions so we can address any concerns or challenges you may be experiencing during the process. Together, we can explore alternative approaches or techniques that may better suit your needs and circumstances, ensuring that you receive the support and guidance necessary for your healing journey.

Furthermore, it’s essential to approach RTT with realistic expectations and an understanding that transformation often takes time and patience. Sometimes, breakthroughs may occur gradually or in unexpected ways, and it’s essential to trust in the process and remain committed to your growth and well-being. RTT is not for everyone, and not everyone can benefit from this experience. Additionally, seeking support from other therapeutic modalities or complementary practices, such as counseling, mindfulness, or holistic healing techniques, may complement your RTT journey and offer additional avenues for exploration and healing. Ultimately, remember that your healing journey is a deeply personal and empowering endeavor, and there are always options and resources available to support you on your path to wholeness and transformation.

While you might have a belief or a feeling that you cannot be hypnotized, that in itself is just a belief! Most people can get into a relaxed state and can be open to suggestions. If you can form a belief, you can be hypnotized. Hypnosis is not just about trance and being deeply relaxed. It is also about going inward, deeply connecting with yourself, and finding the reason for your issues on an emotional level.

The number of Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) sessions needed varies depending on individual circumstances, goals, and the complexity of the issues being addressed. While some clients may experience significant breakthroughs and lasting change after just one session, others may benefit from multiple sessions to achieve their desired outcomes. During the initial consultation, we will discuss this and work together to assess your needs and goals, as well as the underlying factors contributing to your challenges. Based on this assessment, I will recommend a personalized treatment plan that may include one or more sessions, spaced out over time to allow for integration and continued progress. One issue can take 1-3 sessions, so in general, most people experience the best results with 3 sessions. I’ve had multiple clients resolve their issues in one session, and I have multiple clients who have had more than three sessions. We work on different issues in each session. Everyone is different.

It’s essential to approach RTT with an open mind and a willingness to engage actively in the process. While RTT can facilitate profound transformation, it’s not a quick fix, and lasting change often requires commitment, consistency, and patience. Ultimately, the number of RTT sessions needed will vary from person to person.

Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) has proven to be highly effective in facilitating profound and lasting change for many individuals. Through its unique blend of hypnotherapy, psychotherapy, and energy healing, RTT works on a deep subconscious level to uncover and reframe the root causes of challenges, enabling clients to break free from self-limiting beliefs and behaviors. Numerous success stories attest to RTT’s efficacy in addressing a wide range of issues, including anxiety, phobias, trauma, relationship issues, weight management, and more.

While the effectiveness of RTT can vary depending on individual circumstances and the complexity of the issues being addressed, many clients experience significant breakthroughs and tangible results after just one session. Moreover, RTT empowers individuals with practical tools and insights to continue their healing journey beyond the therapy room, fostering lasting transformation and empowerment. With a willingness to engage actively in the process, individuals can tap into the profound healing potential of RTT and unlock new levels of freedom, fulfillment, and well-being in their lives.

Yes, hypnotherapy is effective for many individuals in addressing a wide range of issues, from anxiety and stress management to smoking cessation and weight loss. Research suggests that hypnotherapy can tap into the subconscious mind, where deeply rooted beliefs and patterns reside, allowing you to access your inner resources and make positive changes more easily. Through guided relaxation and focused attention, hypnotherapy can help individuals enter a state of heightened suggestibility, where they are more receptive to therapeutic suggestions and insights. This can facilitate profound shifts in thinking, behavior, and emotional well-being, leading to lasting transformation and empowerment.

However, it’s important to note that the effectiveness of hypnotherapy can vary depending on individual factors such as motivation and your readiness for change. Additionally, hypnotherapy is not a magic bullet or a cure-all solution, and results vary from person to person. Nonetheless, many individuals have experienced significant benefits from hypnotherapy, finding relief from symptoms, gaining insight into underlying issues, and achieving their desired goals. As with any therapeutic modality, it’s essential to approach hypnotherapy with an open mind and a willingness to actively engage in the process to maximize its potential for positive change.

The time it takes for Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) to work can vary greatly depending on individual circumstances, the complexity of the issues being addressed, and the client’s readiness for change. While some individuals may experience significant breakthroughs and noticeable results after just one RTT session, others may require multiple sessions to achieve their desired outcomes. Additionally, the effects of RTT may continue to unfold and deepen over time as clients integrate the insights and shifts experienced during their sessions into their daily lives.

It’s important to approach RTT with realistic expectations and an understanding that transformation is a gradual process that unfolds at its own pace. While RTT can facilitate profound and lasting change, it’s not a quick fix or a one-size-fits-all solution. Consistency, commitment, and patience are key to maximizing the effectiveness of RTT, and listening to your personalized recording daily. Listening daily reinforces the shifts experienced during RTT sessions. Ultimately, the time it takes for RTT to work will vary from person to person, but with a strong desire to change and commitment to the process, you can unlock the full potential of RTT to create meaningful and lasting change in your life!

It’s a common misconception that someone can control you when you’re hypnotized. In reality, hypnosis is a state of heightened focus and suggestibility, but you are still in control of your thoughts, actions, and behaviors. While under hypnosis, you remain aware of your surroundings, and you cannot be forced to do anything against your will or moral code. Hypnosis is a collaborative process between you and me, where I guide you into a relaxed state and suggest positive changes or insights that align with your goals and intentions.

Furthermore, hypnosis is not mind control—it’s a tool for accessing the subconscious mind and harnessing its power to facilitate personal growth and transformation. You can accept or reject any suggestions given to you during hypnosis, and you can choose to terminate the session at any time. Ultimately, hypnosis empowers you to tap into your inner resources and make positive changes in your life, but the control always remains in your hands.

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