Frequently Asked Questions
What does Rapid Resolution Therapy address?
Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) is a fast and effective method of addressing and clearing the ongoing effect of anxiety, panic disorder, insomnia, night terrors, grief, heartbreak, betrayal, childhood abuse, sexual violence, shame, guilt, rage, anger, jealousy and combat or first-responder PTSD.
What will I experience during the RRT session?
People report being absorbed in a conversation and are then surprised that the way they feel and think has been transformed. They tell me they feel lighter and that it is impossible to experience the turmoil that had been weighing them down. They report a sense of freedom and clarity.
Is RRT a form of hypnosis?
RRT has nothing to do with susceptibility or suggestibility. You will be awake, aware and in full control.
Do people have to re-live painful experiences to benefit from RRT?
I never ask people to re-live painful experiences or revisit traumatic events.
Can RRT help with grief?
RRT painlessly clears grief and has been effective with complex grief such as death by violence, suicide or the death of a child.
How long does an RRT session take?
On average a session takes between two and three hours, although we take as long as we need to ensure that we have cleared the effects of any trauma or preoccupation that had been troubling you.
Where are you based?
I meet clients face-to-face in central London. Details will be sent to you when you book your session.
How much do you charge?
My fees are £300 per session.
You are paying for my knowledge and expertise, rather than my time.
On average our RRT session takes between two and three hours, though we take all the time we need to clear the effects of the trauma or preoccupation, and usually one session is all that is needed.
I believe that this is exceptional value when compared to the equivalent cost of numerous ongoing sessions of counselling or CBT.
Are your sessions confidential?