Frequently Asked Questions
What You Need To Know to take the next step in your Breakthrough
What does RRT address?
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.
What will I experience during the RRT session?
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.
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?
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.
Can RRT help with grief?
RRT often gently lifts grief and has been effective with complex grief such as death by violence, suicide or the death of a child.
How long is an RRT session?
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.
Can I benefit from RRT via telehealth?
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.
What Happens During a Consultation
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.