One session of Rapid Resolution Therapy can generally take between 2 and 3 hours.
A session may be shorter or it may be longer, depending on what comes to mind.
During the session, I spend as much time as we need making sure that I have understood how things have been for you. Once you are satisfied that I understand things, I explain RRT’s view of how our minds work. If that makes sense to you, we proceed. If it does not, we take the time we need to get on the same page.
Then, I will tell you where I think we are headed, and we take as much time as we need to make sure we are in agreement about how things will look when we are done with our session.
Once you are interested and excited about where we are going, and you are certain that I get it, I will take you through some relaxation and some visualization exercises to get primitive mind responding, since that is the part that needs to be updated.
You will be conscious the whole time and responding to what I am saying. You will remember everything that I say to you. You will never feel out of control or “out of it”.
As part of the process, I will clear up any impressions which were left by anything in your past that was “traumatic.” By that, I mean anything that still causes negative feelings, emotions or thoughts when you think of it today.
If you don’t know what past events are “stuck,” that’s okay because your mind knows what they are and they will come to you. People are often surprised, as what comes up may not seem to have relevance or be particularly “traumatic.”
For the last part of the session, we check in to make sure you are feeling better. At the end of the session, many people feel lighter, more joyful and happier.
People usually feel even better in the days following the session.
If required, follow up sessions can address other issues or can be useful if an issue has a long and complicated history.