Marisa Peer

Rapid Transformational Therapy™

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Rapid Transformational Therapy™

1. Course Background

Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is the culmination of Marisa Peer’s life work. Having brought about rapid and permanent change in her client list of Hollywood celebrities, CEOs, royalty and sports stars, Marisa developed her foundational method of RTT based on a deep analysis of her most troubling cases and stunning turnarounds. 

RTT is a hybrid, stand-alone therapy combining many well-regarded approaches of modern psychology, psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, healing, counselling and coaching.

RTT is made up of a number of unique techniques, developed by Marisa, based on evidence of what works with real clients in real sessions. RTT has proven to deliver outstanding results, often in just one to three sessions. It works because rather than treating clients’ presenting symptoms, RTT extracts the root cause of every client’s issues. Marisa teaches that we are not born with negative beliefs and habits, we acquire them. RTT explores those beliefs and helps clients understand and reframe them. RTT enables clients to think differently about their future.

RTT training provides students with a powerful set of skills, so that they can make a profound difference in their clients' lives and their own. As a qualified RTT therapist, they will have the confidence, the skills and the ability to transform any client, with almost any issue. Although relatively new, Rapid Transformational Therapy is already making waves as a practical, revolutionary and life-changing therapy. RTT is known for getting fast results with even the most complex issues. You will be taught revolutionary methods that allow you to eliminate negative beliefs and habits and install positive behaviors in clients.

RTT goes deeper and gets results faster, which gives graduates immense career satisfaction and fulfilment, as clients' issues are resolved more quickly than using traditional approaches. This level of learning gives you the confidence you need to succeed. Once students qualify in RTT, they will also learn powerful marketing techniques and strategies, including how to find their niche or specialist area. They may decide to apply themselves to a particular area, including but not limited to; weight issues, compulsive behavior, Insomnia, confidence, self-esteem, goal achieving,fears, phobias and addictions, anxiety, depression, skin conditions, PTSD, infertility and birth, children’s problems, unhappy teens, exam nerves, public speaking, and sporting performance.

The unique power of RTT is that Marisa has made the seemingly complex study of the mind, simple to understand. The program is underpinned by a range of theoretical approaches, but unlike other training, the focus is hands-on, practical and experiential learning. As Marisa says “you don’t learn to swim by reading a book.”

These qualifications enable our graduates to work with both individuals and groups, dealing with a broad range of issues and conditions: anxiety, depression, addictions, and physical health problems. 

As part of the program, they will receive a handbook providing detailed guidance on each technique and everything required to set their clients up for success. They will also have 24/7 access to footage of real-life sessions, analysis and a number of ready-made scripts. 

Many of our successful therapists had no prior therapy training at all, just a passion to help others. Doctors, nurses, personal trainers, coaches, beauticians, city workers, teachers, marketers, policemen, small business owners, single parents, career changers and retirees quickly learned to apply the tools, with confidence, and are now generating their own success, with a growing client base.

Best-selling Author, Motivational Speaker and Leading Celebrity Therapist & Pioneering Hypnotherapist Trainer. Voted Best Speaker at Awesomeness Fest.There are few speakers today that have the wide experience and stellar reputation of Marisa Peer.

Named Britain’s best therapist by Tatler magazine, Marisa has spent nearly three decades treating a client list that includes international superstars, CEOs, Royalty, and Olympic athletes. Her engaging and amusing talks are peppered with anecdotes from an unparalleled career in which she has helped thousands of people to overcome profound personal issues.

A best-selling author of four books Marisa’s USP is that she teaches “simple steps that produce dramatic and life-changing results”. She seamlessly brings her one-of-a-kind therapy room techniques to the podium, leaving her audiences both transfixed and transformed. Her acclaimed “Mastermind Your Life” series focuses on the thought patterns and mental habits that can be detrimental or beneficial to our success, depending on how we use them. When she reveals her fundamental rule – that all our emotional and personal problems come from us believing that we’re not ‘enough’ – and explains how to overcome it, the results are tremendous and dramatic.

To find out more about Marisa visit her website or Register to Experience a Transformational Hypnotherapy Session

Quotes

The first thing you need to do is to refuse to let in negative criticism. Always remember that the people who criticise others the most are actually reserving even more criticism for themselves. When someone is saying mean-spirited, it helps to say (or at least think) in response “this isn’t about me it’s about you”. Miserable people want you to be miserable people too because then they feel equal to you.

There is some value in constructive criticism. If you feel someone’s input can help make you better at what you do and it doesn’t tear you down, then it’s okay to let it in. If your biggest critic is someone close to you – such as an in-law, spouse, or sibling – it’s easier to say something like “What exactly are you trying to achieve by telling me I look hideous” followed by “That’s not going to work, because I’m not letting that in.” If the critic is your boss, it’s harder to confront them, but you can still make the decision that this is not about you and that you’re not going to let it in.

There is some value in constructive criticism. If you feel someone’s input can help make you better at what you do and it doesn’t tear you down, then it’s okay to let it in. If your biggest critic is someone close to you – such as an in-law, spouse, or sibling – it’s easier to say something like “What exactly are you trying to achieve by telling me I look hideous” followed by “That’s not going to work, because I’m not letting that in.” If the critic is your boss, it’s harder to confront them, but you can still make the decision that this is not about you and that you’re not going to let it in.

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