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  • What is Rapid Transitional Therapy?
    Rapid Transitional Therapy (RTT) is a holistic form of therapy that combines techniques from hypnotherapy and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) to help individuals overcome emotional and psychological challenges.
  • How does RTT work?
    RTT works by accessing the subconscious mind and identifying the root cause of emotional or psychological challenges. By using hypnosis, clients are guided to recall and process memories and emotions that may be causing their challenges. Once identified, RTT utilizes NLP techniques to help clients reframe and reprogram negative thought patterns and beliefs.
  • What types of issues can RTT help with?
    RTT can help with a variety of emotional and psychological issues such as anxiety, depression, phobias, addiction, self-esteem issues, and relationship challenges.
  • How long does a typical RTT session last?
    A typical RTT session lasts between 90 minutes to 2 hours.
  • Is RTT safe?
    Yes, RTT is a safe and non-invasive form of therapy. However, it is important to seek out a qualified and certified RTT therapist.
  • How many sessions of RTT are required to see results?
    The number of sessions required can vary depending on the individual and their specific challenges. Some individuals may see significant improvement after just one session, while others may require additional sessions.
  • Is RTT covered by insurance?
    RTT may not be covered by insurance. It is best to check with your insurance provider to see what types of therapy are covered under your plan.
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