RTT stands for "Rapid Transformational Therapy," which is a therapeutic approach designed and developed by Marisa Peer, a renowned therapist.
RTT is a hybrid therapy that incorporates techniques from several fields, including cognitive-behavioural therapy, hypnotherapy, and neurolinguistic programming, to help clients quickly identify and address the root causes of emotional and behavioural issues. The therapy aims to provide rapid and lasting results by helping clients reframe negative beliefs and behaviours and replace them with positive, empowering ones.
Emma-Jo was trained by Marisa Peer and her approach has helped many clients overcome a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, and addiction.
Hypnotherapy is a type of therapy that uses hypnosis to help individuals reach a state of deep relaxation and heightened suggestibility, in order to address a wide range of issues such as anxiety, phobias, addictions, and chronic pain. During a hypnotherapy session, the therapist guides the client into a trance-like state, and suggests specific thoughts or behaviors to help them achieve their goals. Hypnotherapy can be used alone or in conjunction with other forms of therapy, and is generally considered a safe and effective treatment option when performed by a qualified professional.
Research shows that there is more scientific evidence for Hypnotherapy than any other complementary therapy……by using hypnosis people can perform prodigious feats of will-power and self healing.
Inherited family trauma therapy, also known as transgenerational therapy or family constellations therapy, is a type of therapy that seeks to address and heal unresolved trauma that has been passed down through generations of a family.
This therapy involves exploring the family's history, including past traumatic experiences, to identify patterns of behaviour and emotional responses that have been inherited by later generations. The therapist may also use techniques such as guided visualisation, role-playing, and dialogue to help clients gain insight into their family dynamics and work through unresolved trauma.
The goal of inherited family trauma therapy is to help individuals break free from the negative patterns and emotional pain that may have been passed down through their family, and to create a healthier, more positive future for themselves and their descendants.