About Rapid Resolution Therapy

What You Need To Achieve The Breakthrough You Want

What is Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT)?

Rapid Resolution Therapy® (also known as Rapid Solutions) is a unique method that uses innovative concepts, multi-level communication and specialized processes to resolve emotional disturbance and unhealthy behavior. It changes how the unconscious mind processes information so that improvements are natural, automatic, lasting and painless.

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History of RRT

Dr. Jon Connelly developed RRT to gently and effectively diminish the emotional and behavioral impact of traumatic experiences. He found that traditional approaches to treating trauma often prompted people to relive the traumatic experiences repeatedly. He found that people were being re-traumatized and not improving. With RRT people experienced transformational change and reported that the process was easy. In the last 30 years, Dr. Connelly has devoted his career to teaching RRT to psychotherapists around the world.

Neuroscience Supports RRT

Watch this video by neuroscientist Joseph Le Doux in which he explains how memories form and reform in the brain and how the emotional content of troubling memories can be reduced or eliminated.
RRT processes cue the brain to shift the memory into long term storage where it is stripped of its emotion and meaning. The memory can still be recalled, but without the same emotional impact.

RRT Elevator Speech

The process of RRT can be difficult to describe quickly. Watch this TikTok of Joe Dennis describing RRT in a one minute talk.

RRT and Traumatic Grief

Most people experience grief sometime in their lifetime. Sometimes the impression from the event can get stuck in the mind and continue to cause painful emotions. That is not unusual when a dramatic event precedes the grief response. Watch this TED Talk as Kristen describes her experience dealing with intense grief and her amazing recovery.

Who is RRT for?

RRT treatments have been very effective in helping clients break through:

  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Panic Attacks
  • Phobias
  • PTSD
  • Addictions
  • Childhood Abuse
  • Sexual Trauma
  • Traumatic Grief
  • Grief & Loss
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Frequently Asked Questions

RRT is a fast and effective method for addressing and clearing the ongoing effects of trauma such as heartbreak, betrayal, childhood abuse, sexual violence, shame, guilt, rage, anger, jealousy and combat or first-responder PTSD.

People report being absorbed in our conversation and are then surprised to learn that the way they feel, and think has been transformed. They often report feeing lighter and that they no longer find it possible to experience the turmoil that had been weighing them down. They report a sense of freedom and clarity.

RRT has nothing to do with susceptibility or suggestibility. You will be awake, aware and in full control.

Unlike many trauma treatments, RRT is designed to be focused on the present and not on reliving the painful past. Rather than having to repeat their traumatic story over and over, the RRT therapist will gently guide you through the healing process.

RRT often gently lifts grief and has been effective with complex grief such as death by violence, suicide or the death of a child.

After our 15-minute free consultation, I will schedule a 3 -hour appointment. This usually allows enough time to accomplish a great deal at a comfortable pace.

Yes. I have been using RRT exclusively via telehealth, videoconferences since March of 2020. The results have been remarkably similar to those achieved during in-office sessions. I look forward to returning to the office as soon as conditions allow.

We will talk about what you would like to accomplish. I will answer any questions you may have about the process. We discuss details of payment and scheduling. We make a plan of action for moving forward. This can be done on the phone or by videoconference.

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