An improved understanding about how mind/body work has been having an exciting influence on some forms of psychotherapy. No longer is it necessary to re-experience trauma or to spend months on what’s wrong and how it got that way. Superficial or noneffective therapeutic interventions are beginning to give way to solutions that cause transformational change. Rapid Resolution Therapy® (RRT) is quite cutting edge in this sense. Recently published in The Neuropsychotherapist is this two part article on RRT.
Experiences you've had, even in the distant past, influence you. Whether they loom large in your mind or can't be recalled, disturbing events have a way of digging in and effecting how you think, feel and act today. As you probably already know, these effects are not always in your best interest.Read More
Finding therapy that works for you can parallel the experience of the clinician you end up with. If you've been feeling stuck, make sure you see one who isn't also feeling stuck. Burnout is a big topic among therapists, largely because most approaches require hard work between rewards. Many RRT therapists have been there done that and now have a completely different set of tools and attitude tools and attitude..Read More