Rapid Resolution Therapy

Rapid Resolution Therapy

Rapid Resolution Therapy is an integrative approach developed by Dr. Jon Connelly that resolves the psychological and physical effects of trauma.

Author: Kimberly Austin
Rapid Resolution Therapy

In order to provide the best care to clients, many clinicians at The Banyan Tree complete additional trainings and classes after completing their graduate degree coursework. I am Kimberly Austin and I agree with continuing education to help my clients. I chose to complete additional training in Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT). Rapid Resolution Therapy is an integrative approach developed by Dr. Jon Connelly that resolves the psychological and physical effects of trauma. I completed several Level I and II trainings entitled “Clinical Hypnosis with Rapid Trauma Resolution.” Each level is an intensive weekend training that teaches licensed clinicians to use gentle methods that eliminate the ongoing influence of troubling past experiences.

At Rapid Resolution Therapy trainings, I learned the foundational basis of how to clear trauma by using the RRT sequence and addressing areas such as sexual trauma, frozen grief, anxiety and panic, substance cravings and healing mind-body language. I also learned how to use effect-driven communication to bring about a positive change in thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. RRT is able to get the subconscious mind to respond in a way where change is possible and emotional blockages and pains associated with them are released. This is done in a safe and relaxed therapeutic environment where most clients report feeling more peaceful, free, clear and calm.

I primarily work with adults using Rapid Resolution Therapy techniques, but RRT can also be used with adolescents. I am confident using RRT techniques with clients dealing with ongoing issues such as anxiety, panic, grief, addiction, sexual abuse (including rape, molestation, incest, coercion), anger, jealousy, fear, stuckness and compulsive behaviors. Effects of Rapid Resolution Therapy can be seen with just one session, or a client can book several sessions to address more than one issue or trauma. RRT is not traditionally long-term therapy. I have already seen great results using RRT in a way that feels very rewarding for both the client and the counselor.