What is rapid transformational therapy? And Does it work? This post explains my personal experience with RTT, including details about the sessions and my results.
March 2, 2022
RAPID TRANSFORMATIONAL THERAPY
Got trauma? Blocks? Limiting beliefs? Emotional baggage?
If not, you’re a unicorn and carry on with your fantastical life. 🙂 But if you do, there’s a new healing therapy gaining popularity called Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT).
Read on to learn what RTT is, my personal experience trying it, and the results.
Note: This is an honest review. I paid for my session. And I’m not professionally affiliated with my practitioner.
WHAT IS RTT?
RTT is a hybrid of proven therapies trademarked by the world-renowned hypnotherapist, Marisa Peer.
According to the official RTT site, “Rapid Transformational Therapy is a pioneering therapy based on neuroscience that has the potential to offer fast, effective results by combining the most beneficial principles of hypnotherapy, psychotherapy, NLP, and CBT.”
From my perspective, the experience seemed like hypnosis mixed with positive reconditioning and talk therapy.
WHO’S RTT FOR?
Anyone having difficulties self-healing a trauma, painful memory, limiting belief, fear, etc. and is ready for additional support.
RTT Practitioners may have different ways of approaching the sessions but this is what my experience looked like.
One: 1-hour intake session where we discussed the issue I wanted to alleviate.
Two: 2-hour hypnotherapy session.
Three: 21 days listening to a hypnosis audio made specifically for me.
Four: 1-hour follow-up session.
MY EXPERIENCE TRYING RTT
I’d met my RTT practitioner Emma Heywood when she sat beside me at a Gabby Bernstein event. We had an instant connection and kept in touch.
I had no idea that years later she’d be the one to guide me through deep emotional healing. I love how the universe works its magic!
But even though I knew and trusted her, I was nervous about the RTT experience because I decided to tackle a big, dark, buried-deep-into-my-shadow fear: the fear of being victimized.
I grew up with shows like 20/20 and Unsolved Mysteries that continuously exposed me to examples of abduction and violence. As a preteen girl and empath, they shook me. Add on some frightening experiences from early womanhood, and the fear lived on.
At this point in my life, I’d stepped into my shadow and cleared many other emotions and fears via self-healing, but this was a deep one, and I wasn’t comfortable facing it on my own.
My intuition led me to reach out to Emma for rapid transformational therapy.
The First Session
(All sessions were conducted via Zoom.)
Emma and I spoke for an hour about the fear and the situations surrounding it.
Talk therapy isn’t usually my thing, but so many realizations surfaced. And those realizations helped me rationalize the fear, taking away much of its power.
After the session, I:
- felt hopeful
- had greater self-awareness
- viewed the fear from a higher perspective and understood how it affected my life
- felt prepared to finally alleviate the fear.
Emma explained what to expect from the session, how she was going to help guide me into a hypnotic state and asked if I had questions.
She then helped me regress back to the time I first felt the fear.
Surprisingly, I went all the way back to being a baby. A baby!
I was scared of people getting too close. The large adult faces were inches from mine. I was frightened but couldn’t get away.
We went through several more regressions. Excavating deeply buried emotions and memories. One memory brought me to tears and felt like an instant release.
Next, Emma lovingly guided me to support and integrate all of those memories and aspects of my past selves.
And to close the session, she replaced what I’d released from my subconscious with beautiful, positive messaging.
After the session, I felt:
- calm — like I’d just come out of a deep meditation
- and lighter.
The 21 Days of Audios
It was a commitment to listen to the 20-minute hypnosis audio every day for 3 full weeks, but I understood it was an integral part of the RTT process.
Since I’m a mama of two busy little ones, I decided to listen to the audio before bed each night.
During the 3 weeks of audios, I felt:
- and supported.
This was an hour check-in session to see how I was feeling and recognize my progress.
MY RTT RESULTS
A month has passed and here’s what I’m noticing:
- The number of times I’ve had a fearful thought about victimization has decreased by about 85%.
- Even though the fear does sometimes creep in, I’m able to recognize it immediately, choose to acknowledge it, and move on — rather than getting unconsciously pulled into it.
- The feeling of empowerment is still present but less so than when I was listening to the hypnosis audio daily. So I’ve decided to listen to it once a month indefinitely and when I feel like a need a boost.
THINGS TO NOTE
If you’re thinking about trying RTT …
- Have an initial consultation with a practitioner before you commit to working with her. In order to relax into a hypnotic state and to feel comfortable sharing your emotions, you’ll need to find a practitioner you vibe with.
- Choose to do RTT when you have the time to commit to your healing. If you can’t commit to listening to the audio every day for 21 days, then you likely won’t experience the full benefit.
- After healing the issue (as anyone who’s on the healing path knows) related issues may present themselves. In that case, additional self-healing or more RTT sessions may be required to clear the full scope of the trauma. RTT most often resolves issues in 1-3 sessions.
- Ensure you’re comfortable with hypnosis. There are so many misconceptions about hypnosis. For example: you’re not in control, you’re not present, you may do or say something you don’t want to. But I used to be a hypnotherapist, and I can assure you that all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. And hypnotherapy isn’t anything like stage hypnosis. Instead, it simply takes you to a focused state with the same brainwave patterns as meditation.
- Try self-healing techniques first. By first attempting to self-heal, you’ll know whether or not you need additional support from RTT (and you’ll never question your decision). You’ll likely also gain further understanding and clarity that will help you better explain the issue you want to resolve with your practitioner. Here’s a post about EFT, a self-healing tool I love.
I’m happy with my results and recommend rapid transformational therapy.
I feel clearer.
And grateful that the universe continues to guide me to the tools, people, and therapies needed for my emotional healing journey.
Here’s Emma Heywood’s site if you’re interested in working with her.