Rapid Transformational Therapy – Hypnotherapy
It is a hybrid therapy that offers unparalleled results; combining the most beneficial principles of Hypnotherapy, NLP, Psychotherapy & Cognitive Behavioral Therapies. Developed by the highly acclaimed Marisa Peer who has fine-tuned this method over 30 years.
Samira Alexander was the fortunate to be the in the pioneer group that Marisa taught her method too and the first Rapid Transformational Therapist/hypnotherapist to be practising in the UAE and sees clients in Abu Dhabi and Dubai
History of Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy goes back to 1000s of years to ancient India, Egyptian and Roman times where it was called temple sleep when sick individuals were brought into the temple and put into a sleep-like trance for healing purposes. It came to the western world in the 1700s by Franz Anton Mesmer a physician, using magnets as part of his hypnosis technique. The term “mesmerize“ evolved from his name. However, it wasn’t until the 1960s when hypnosis was recognised as a valid psychological treatment by the American Psychological Association.
For a most interesting treatment of the subject of the history of clinical and medical hypnosis look at A Critical History of Hypnotism: the Unauthorized Story by Saul Marc Rosenfeld.
What is hypnotherapy?
Hypnotherapy is a method by which the patient is guided into a natural state of relaxation and heightened concentration – termed trace state – as you would as you would be driving a car and got to your destination and not remembering how you got there – not remembering the drive as you were thinking about so many other things. This heightened state of trace then results in the subconscious mind opening up and reaching a heightened state of awareness.
The subconscious mind becomes more susceptible to at this point with suggestions that can then alter behaviour or resurrect a repressed memory. The subconscious is immediately and directly accessible, whereas when we are fully conscious, it is not.
With the power of positive suggestion and visualization now intensified, an individual has the ability to achieve goals that may have seemed unattainable in the past.
Transformation of destructive thought patterns and behaviours is also achieved more readily in a hypnotic state. This is why I love hypnotherapy so much and especially Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) as I really believe that we are not our stories and that life is very short so we should be spending time living life to the fullest.
Hypnotherapy can be used for a range of things including to stop smoking, overeating, and well as coming fears, phobias, anxiety and divorce and infertility.
Furthermore, hypnotherapy can be used to tap into repressed memories that may be causing adverse physical or mental effects on the subject.
It wasn’t until the late 1950s that hypnotherapy became accepted as a treatment modality in the U.S. Today, it is widely used to treat everything from asthma and depression to addictions and phobias
How different is hypnotherapy to stage hypnosis?
The difference between stage and clinical hypnosis that the former is used for entertainment and the latter is used for therapeutic value. Clinical hypnosis has been widely practised and extensively researched. It is a highly successful form of therapy for treating a vast array of psychological, emotional and physical problems.
Who is for?
RTT- Hypnotherapy can be used in all areas of your life albeit Career & Business, Personal Growth, Relationships, Accelerated Learning, Stress Management, Mind-Body Wellness, Perfect Sports Performance and works well for Children and Unexplained Infertility.
In recent years has been gaining steam in the medical world after a recommendation from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recognised hypnotherapy as a treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
While more concrete evidence is needed to support the use of hypnosis in additional areas as an alternative to conventional medicine, many have found the process has been incredibly effective either when used in tandem with traditional treatment or when used independently after other avenues have been exhausted.
Can anyone be hypnotized?
Yes anyone can be hypnotised providing they are a willing participant even the control freaks! It just takes a little more time to get into a relaxed state for them.
In reality, most of us have experienced a state of mild hypnosis, at least.
For example, when you drive a long distance and start to feel dissociated from your body and the car, that’s a mild state of hypnosis. Your unconscious is taking care of all the mechanical aspects of driving while your conscious mind is free to float around.
Or if you’ve every meditated then you’ve hypnotised yourself. Meditation is really a specific type of hypnosis.
Can you be healed in one session?
This depends person to person and the issue that the individual has come with to remove. On the whole, its likely to be one session of hypnotherapy and then 2 or 3 sessions of coaching and follow-up to ensure the blockage has been removed and a new habit or behaviour is now being created and followed or any tweaks required to the recording,
How long is each session?
90 mins to 2 hours but on the whole, it’s a 90 mins session
How many sessions are required?
This ranges from person to person and the dependent the issue they have come for but it normally between 1 to 3 sessions. You are given a recording that you are expected to listen to morning and night.
What is the price of each session?
The price of 90 mins Rapid Transformational Therapy/hypnotherapy session is $260. A recording is provided at the session for the client to go home and listen to morning and night. In addition, follow-up by text or calls over the 21 days to ensure changes are being made.
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