Why Talk with Dorian and why RTT
Why is RTT different?
What would you say if you went to your dentist with toothache and she said, “come back every Friday and let’s talk about your pain”? From experience, most clients don’t want to sit in their pain, or manage their pain better, they want to be free of their pain. Some clients have been in therapy for many years, being told that therapy is about “learning to live with yourself and managing your pain”. And what is the cost of this “pain management”? A life with pain and a weekly financial burden?
RTT embraces many of the positive aspects of hypnosis and hypnotherapy that are known to produce transformative effects on clients, encompassing the use of trance, regression and hypnotic conditioning. However, RTT is unique because it goes beyond traditional approaches, applying a particular set of techniques and modalities in order to maximise beneficial effects and client success.
In the process of hypnosis, the client is fully conscious and in control. The RTT therapist cannot make you do anything you don’t want to, or mess with your head. You’re working together to investigate the causes of your issue and transform it.
So what does it look like in practice?
We know that clients are time-starved and in pain, both physical and emotional. They want results and they want to get on with their lives. So there are five fundamental differences with RTT:
- It is not about “pain management”: RTT aims to deliver permanent change in a single 90 minute session, although some clients and some issues, may require up to three sessions.
- It is a methodology and approach that empowers clients. We are not as concerned with the presenting ‘issues’ as we are about finding the underlying root cause. By using a technique called Role, Function, Purpose, it honours and values the significance clients attach to their issues/problems and then offers a powerful release for them. They can actually be free from pain.
- It uses Cell Command Therapy as a modality for the purpose of healing the body, as opposed to positive conditioning alone. It is equally effective using Skype, giving clients the opportunity to have sessions at a time and place to suit them. Where-ever there’s internet, we can support clients!
- It draws out ‘unfinished business’, a technique for addressing the trauma that clients might have been holding onto for many years, together with a technique called ‘upgrading the child’ that offers a therapeutic space for dialogue and communication with significant others.
In addition to this, RTT offers several other modalities enabling clients to uncover the meaning and interpretation of events and then changing them, leading to powerful, permanent, change.