Have You Tried Rapid Resolution Therapy?
At Operation Rubix, our goal is to connect veterans and military members to mental health care resources. If you or a loved one is experiencing mental health problems related to serving in the military, consider alternative methods. Have you tried rapid resolution therapy? If not, read on to learn all about it.
Rapid Resolution Therapy is an approach to mental health care that is considered accelerated healing. Rapid Resolution Therapy, or RRT, is gentle and painless. The approach was created by Dr. Jon Connelly and is designed to eliminate traumatic events from the past that cause painful emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in the present. RRT is effect-driven and task-oriented to clear the root cause of these negative feelings. RRT sessions last until a task is complete and until the mind is cleared, which varies from client to client.
Through RRT, individuals do not have to relieve painful past experiences or trauma. Instead, individuals can approach their sessions on a deeper level, producing immediate relief and lasting change in emotions and behaviors. Those who have tried RRT claim that significant improvements were found right away, in as little as two sessions. Clients also claim to have experienced an immediate sense of clarity, peace, and energy.
If you feel that RRT may be for you, we here at Operation Rubix can connect you to Sarasota Rapid Resolution Therapy. This RRT workshop is lead by Kendra Simpkins, who is an RRT practitioner. She was trained and supervised by founder Dr. Jon Connelly and received a Masters in Social Work from Columbia University. She has worked with individuals experiencing PTSD, sexual trauma, grief, depression, and other troubling emotions caused from past trauma. She is also the President and Founder of Operation Warrior Resolution, Inc., which is a 501c3 that provides RRT to the military. To get in touch with Sarasota Rapid Resolution Therapy, call 941-504-3040 or email email@example.com. You can also get in touch with Operation Rubix by calling us at 941-330-4240 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.