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What is Rapid Transformational Therapy?

Rapid Transformational Therapy (or RTT) is a progressive new form of therapy which will help you to get to the root cause of your issue, and to focus the mind on what you want to get out of life and let go of anything which has been holding you back. 

RTT uses hypnosis to help you identify and interpret past events that have created subconscious beliefs. In hypnosis, we will be able to access the subconscious mind - the part of our brain that runs 95% of our behaviour and which is not accessible through the conscious mind. From within the subconscious mind, we will be able to rewire the mind to install new positive and empowering beliefs which leads to lasting change.A single session can have powerful results.

How does the Subconscious work?

Your subconscious mind is like a database for all the things not in your conscious mind, Your subconscious is where you store your memories, your life experiences, your emotional responses, your beliefs, your skills.

The subconscious mind becomes familiar and learns from the words that you say and the pictures that you form in your head. So over time if you repeatedly behave in a certain way or buy into a particular belief or thought this will become the normal response for your subconscious mind and you will probably feel uncomfortable whenever you try to change or go against the subconscious pattern. Here is where Impostor Syndrome lies.


This is why Rapid Transformation Therapy works so well because it allows a trained RT therapist to get to the root cause of an issue. We reprogram negative patterns and the old beliefs that are holding you back.

Who developed Rapid Transformational Therapy?


Marisa Peer founded Rapid Transformation Therapy, through her 30 years of experience, by combining the best parts of hypnosis, hypnotherapy, cognitive behaviour therapy and neuro-linguistic programming. Marissa has worked with athletes, performers, keynote speakers and CEO's from around the world, winning several awards. Marissa Peer was named Best British Therapist by Men's Health Magazine.