1) Traditional talk therapy works with the conscious mind, whereas RTT works with and harnesses the power of the subconscious mind.
2) Traditional talk therapy often views the client through the medical model of disease, meaning it views the client as sick and puts the therapist in the role of the expert, taking more of a top down approach.
In RTT hypnotherapy and coaching, the client is seen as the expert on themselves. The client and practitioner are viewed as partners on the journey together, taking more of a hand-in-hand approach.
3) Traditional therapy can be a long and ongoing process, whereas RTT hypnotherapy is designed to produce more rapid results in a shorter period of time.
Traditional therapy may not always succeed in unearthing the root cause of the issue because of its focus on the conscious mind.
RTT hypnotherapy enables us to directly access the root of the problem, and by doing so, clients can experience rapid, long-term change, often within months vs. years.
*More complex issues may require additional sessions.
Both traditional therapy and RTT hypnotherapy require a solid therapeutic relationship built on trust.
This connection supports client vulnerability and facilitates the hard work necessary to overcome personal challenges and reach individual goals.