What is the RTT Method?
The Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) method combines hypnotherapy, psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and neurolinguistic programming (NLP).
With the help of hypnosis, you get to the bottom of learned behavior patterns, beliefs, and habits that are stored in your subconscious. In this way, you locate the triggers for your problems, tackle them in exactly the right place - and dissolve what is blocking you.
The renowned therapist Marisa Peer developed this solution-oriented method from her more than 30 years of professional experience - and successfully helps people all over the world.
Recognition of RTT.....
ACCPH Accredited Counsellors, Coaches, Psychotherapists and Hypnotherapists
I.A.C.T. International Association of Counselors & Therapists
IHF International Hypnosis Federation
IICT International Institute for Complementary Therapists
GHR General Hypnotherapy Register
The Royal Society of Medicine (UK)
People with Epilepsy or any person diagnosed as having a psychotic illness should not enter hypnosis.
Rosie McAloon accepts no responsibility whatsoever. Under no circumstances including but not limited to negligence shall Rosie McAloon be liable for any special or consequential damages in any way whatsoever now or in the future that results from the use of or the inability to use hypnosis, advanced hypnotic techniques, hypnotherapy, or any other therapies. The information, techniques, methods, and recommendations by Rosie McAloon are not intended to substitute for the diagnosis and care of a qualified doctor nor to encourage the treatment of illness by persons not recognizably qualified. If you use hypnosis and are under medical care for any condition, do not make any adjustments to any prescribed medication without the approval of your doctor. If in any doubt, you should seek medical advice. Rosie McAloon has taken due care and attention to the information provided at this therapy session and information is given in good faith. The information given is not intended to constitute medical advice. Always consult your GP before changing medications and evaluating treatment alternatives.