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« The only consistent thing we know is change is inevitable »

Par Colleen Haupt | Publié le 28/09/2020 à 01:54 | Mis à jour le 15/11/2020 à 01:18
Photo : As a practitioner therapist, Colleen accompanies people who need to give meaning to their lives by helping them find the root cause of their problem in the mind and by changing the way they think.
Colleen Haupt New Beginnings

How we respond makes all the difference in our lives. Colleen Haupt was looking to change her life for the better quickly but did not know how. She went to general therapists and the "How do you feel" technique left her feeling helpless with no action plan going forward in her life. As a practitioner of Rapid Transformational Therapy and a member of the International Institute of Complementary Therapists, Colleen Haupt now assists people who need to change their lives by helping them find the root cause of their problem in the mind and transform their thinking quickly.

 

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What made you become a Rapid Transformational Therapist?

I personally experienced Rapid Transformational Therapy in my own life and within 6 months I made a 180-degree change to leave a marriage that had not been working for years, heal quickly, start a successful business and live a life I wanted for myself and my children. RTT allowed me to be free and empowered me to move forward in my life. The only consistent thing we know is change is inevitable and I want to help people transform their life to not be a victim to their circumstances.

What is Rapid Transformational Therapy?

RTT is an award-winning therapy that is recognized by the International Council of Psychotherapists and International Association of Counsellors and Therapists. What makes this therapy so successful and unique is it finds the cause of your problem fast and gets you unstuck quickly and easily. The whole experience is safe, natural and even relaxing.

How long does it take?

Each Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) session lasts 90 minutes. For that reason, I suggest blocking at least 90 minutes in your calendar to make sure you’re not rushed and have a quiet evening following the session.

What does it feel like?

The experience feels different for different people. Some people experience a sleepy feeling and others don’t. Generally, most people feel relaxed, calm and at ease. What is important is everyone may feel different but that is not an indicator of how effective RTT is because regardless of what it feels like – it’s working!

How does It work?

Hypnosis is not magic, it’s science! It works by creating a burst of brain waves that are the same as when you’re in deep REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep. This is what allows you to access the subconscious mind. It’s very easy and anyone can do it, you’ll see for yourself when you do it too.

How much does it cost?

Each client’s session is unique and priced accordingly. Normally a session costs $350 for 90 minutes but we are currently offering a special discount of $50 for the first 50 lepetitjournal readers.

 

For all lepetitjournal.com readers, we are running a free 20-minutes consultation for people who want to see how RTT can personally help them in these uncertain times. Coping with change, anxiety, quit smoking, start a new business... Just send us an email to auckland@lepetitjournal.com with « RTT free-20 minutes consultation » on the subject prior to getting more information.

 

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As a practitioner of Rapid Transformational Therapy and a member of the International Institute of Complementary Therapists, Colleen now assists people who need to change their lives quickly by helping them find the cause of their problem in their mind. 
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