Guide to RTT & Understanding What Makes an RTT Therapist

Updated: Jul 6


What is RTT Therapy?

RTT therapy is a hybrid form of hypnotherapy developed by Marisa Peer, an internationally recognized therapist with over 30 years of experience.

RTT therapy combines the most effective principles of hypnotherapy with Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), psychotherapy, and the science of neuroplasticity. It is designed to produce rapid, transformative, and permanent therapy results for people suffering from emotional and physical ailments.

Does RTT Therapy Work?

There is much criticism today around Rapid Transformational Therapy or RTT Therapy. Some myths and misconceptions hold RTT Therapy as this kind of magic woo-doo or mumbo jumbo that involves using force or control to get someone to say or do things to cause discomfort. But the purpose of RTT Therapy that I’ve been trained to do is to get the client into a relaxed state so they can identify what they clearly want, the root cause of their issue and provide them with transformational coaching techniques.


So how does Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT Therapy) Work?

The science of neuroplasticity tells us that we can rewire our neural pathways to transform limiting and negative thought patterns into new, positive, and productive thought patterns that Unlock Bold Change™ in our lives. 


RTT Therapy helps you unlock the abundant potential of your subconscious mind to explore new avenues of opportunity and new ways of being without the limitations of problematic past; thoughts, beliefs, ideas, and interpretations of experiences (which you are almost never aware of) that hold you back.


What can RTT help with? RTT Therapy has been used for many goals including weight loss, professional and personal development and relationships.

Learn more about RTT here.

What is an RTT therapist and what does one do?

A certified RTT therapist has completed over 300 hours of extensive, high-caliber training to receive certification. However, no prior therapy or training experience is required, so many RTT practitioners are new to the field of personal development and have limited experience working with clients.


This is why it is important to do your research when choosing the right RTT therapist and understanding what can RTT help with. For long standing issues, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and problems associated with relationships and confidence, experience matters. While many RTT therapists may have successfully completed the training, there is no replacement for experience.


A certified and skilled RTT therapist helps you dig deep into your subconscious mind to discover the root cause of your problems and helps you rewire your brain to think healthier, more positive thoughts.


Think of an RTT therapist as someone who can help you have your “lightbulb moment.”

How does Rapid Transformational Therapy work with targeted coaching?

When she studied under Marisa Peer at the Imperial College in London in 2016, Coach Monique already had 12 years of experience as a Change Management Expert and already used hypnotherapy as one of many powerful tools to help her clients.


While RTT can be a powerfully effective tool, it is best used in combination with other Brain Science and Emotional Intelligence based tools, techniques, and solutions. In her nearly 20 years of experience, Coach Monique discovered the best outcomes occur for long standing issues, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and issues related to confidence and relationships, when there is a combination of RTT therapy and targeted coaching. Other experienced RTT therapists reported having similar experiences with their clients.