Contrary to popular opinion hypnosis does not involve waving clocks, deep sleep, or being made to do something against your will. Similar to daydreaming, it is a naturally occurring state that we go into several times a day. It’s our ability to function on ‘auto-pilot’ that allows us to enter a hypnotic state, so it feels very normal and familiar. Hypnosis is characterised by a sense of wonderful relaxation, heightened imagination and increased suggestibility. And anybody can be hypnotized so long as it is by choice. You cannot be forced into hypnosis.

Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is a very effective brand of hypnosis that combines neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), psychotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy. RTT enables the conscious mind to be quiet (the rational part of the mind) and give the subconscious (the emotional part of the mind) an opportunity to speak. The success of RTT lies in understanding why we do what we do (our behaviours) and why we choose what we choose (our decisions). Self-sabotaging behaviours are not logical; they are subconscious and very often emotional.

RTT offers an amazing upgrade for the mind by:

  • Understanding the root causes of any underlying physical or emotional issue; or pattern of behaviour.
  • Understanding experiences and the meaning attached to them.
  • Reframing experiences and beliefs.
  • Upgrading language and self-talk.
  • Moving forward with new and more positive suggestions.

RTT offers an effective treatment for:

  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Confidence & Self- Esteems
  • Fears & Phobias
  • Addictions
  • Weight Loss & Disordered Eating
  • Infertility
  • Compulsive Behaviours
  • Pain Control
  • Sleep & Stress

The technique invites a feeling of deep ease and relaxation, and offers the opportunity for a renewed sense of peace, calm, confidence and happiness. Most issues can be addressed is a single session, however some may require two or three sessions.

Kate Walton