RTT is hugely effective because it uses hypnosis to resolve the underlying trauma causing the presenting symptom. The technique has built and improved upon well-known psychological approaches in trauma resolution, combining them in a single methodology. It is a safe, natural and well-proven approach regularly used and endorsed by medical practitioners.
Hypnosis is similar to a deep meditative trance. Being in hypnosis changes our brainwave state, it is a completely natural state, a sleep-state that we enter into during a sleep cycle, a heightened state of suggestibility.
Clients generally feel comfortable and relaxed during the sessions. Sometimes, scenes may be emotional, but you are not re-living anything, merely reviewing it with the support of your therapist. Clients react in different ways following the session, depending on what comes up and what was being worked on. Change is retroactive, subtle and is not always ‘instant’. However, some clients leave feeling euphoric and some leave feeling a sense of reflection or wonder. Either way, the effect takes time to ‘soak in’ as clients continue to discover more about themselves and as they listen to the post-session recording. Irrespective of how they feel, there will be post-session follow up and they are able to make contact and talk.
Everyone can be hypnotised, because it’s a natural state, so you don’t need to worry, but it is true that some clients are more ‘suggestible’ than others. For some, there is a part that is resistant to change, that feels frightened or believes that “it won’t work for me” – this forms part of the therapy. This treatment is about creating lasting change, working with clients who are committed to change, it’s a team-effort to ensure maximum success. As long as you wish to enter hypnosis, you will. So just relax and enjoy the experience.
There is a confidentiality policy in place. All clients are assured of confidentiality about any disclosed material, in accordance with professional codes of conduct. Appropriate safeguarding policies are in place.
If you don’t want to talk about something then you don’t have to. Occasionally clients uncover something they feel uncomfortable sharing and this is respected during the session and we can often work around the intimate details of a scene, without having to disclose everything.
Part of the therapy involves returning to scenes, as it helps us to release any unresolved trauma presenting itself in the body. Regression is not about re-living the experience, it is merely reviewing and observing a scene to locate the significance, relevance and meaning attributed to it. Some scenes may bring up sadness, upset or joy, but whatever happens, as the adult, you will feel completely safe to observe.
We work with all age ranges, as the therapy is equally effective for all. The appropriate DBS checks are in place and children under 18 can be considered on a case-by-case basis, although it should be noted that a client’s prioritised ‘issue’ may sometimes differ from the adult (often the parent).
Inspired Minds are based in Old Park Lane, Mayfair, London. Dorian and his team see clients internationally using video conferencing platforms.
Yes, RTT is equally effective online. A virtual clinic might sound unusual, but clients are often more relaxed at home. The outcomes are equally as transformational and profound. The team work with people all over the UK and internationally including Australia, Netherlands, France, Belgium, Spain, Peru, Germany, the US, Canada and China: sometimes in the strangest locations.
The Inspired Minds Treatment Programme requires three scheduled sessions of three hours over a period of 8 weeks. Support material and regular contact with your therapist takes place during the intervening periods. The total cost for the 8 week Treatment Programme is £895/€995/US$1,200.
Payment can be made by bank transfer, Visa, Mastercard or Transferwise. Payment details will be provided with your appointment confirmation email, which you will receive following your initial free telephone consultation.