Are you suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, sexual abuse trauma, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder, addictions, grief and job or relationship issues? Do you want to find relief? Please check out the information below on ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy®).
I am so excited about a recent emerging therapy developed by Laney Rosenzweig. Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) holds great promise for giving you amazing relief for the conditions listed above. I am trained in this revolutionary therapy and am excited about the potential of helping you. Take a chance on finding the relief you need today. Read the information below that I have taken directly from the ART website.
The ART of Rapid Recovery
Founder: Laney Rosenzweig MA, LMFT
Imagine, if you can, what it feels like to carry a terrible burden for years and then all of a sudden to let it go – years of trauma gone in a flash – during a single session with a therapist. You give the therapist a look of disbelief – but you have just experienced this amazing relief. That this can happen may seem unbelievable, but it does happen consistently with the use of Accelerated Resolution Therapy.
ART has been used to treat adults and children with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, sexual abuse trauma, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder, addictions, grief and job or relationship issues. ART reprograms the brain and makes positive changes for these conditions. The limits of ART have yet to be explored.
How ART Works
In ART, the eye movements are thought to be conducive to sorting out problems quickly through increasing the integration of activities in the left and right sides of the brain. These movements also seem to help the client process information by producing a deep feeling of relaxation. Yet ART is not hypnosis. During REM our brains are quite active and the brain waves are similar to those when we are in an awake state.
ART is directive. The therapist focuses the client’s thoughts through interventions, most of which are unique to ART, such as Voluntary Memory Replacement / Voluntary Image Replacement (VMR/VIR). These interventions by the therapist actually empower the client. It is the information provided by the clients as they process their problems that leads the clinician in directing the session.
Laney explains that “the experience is much like a regular talk session with the eye movements added to help clients quickly process the information they need to resolve their issues. Clients leave feeling that a weight has been lifted and a wonderful change has been made. They usually find healing in as few as one or two sessions in which the rapid eye movements are used - and it is a drug free therapy.”
Visit the ART website below to learn more about the therapy. Make sure to check out ART In The News and ART: What People Say for more information:
My Own Testimony to ART’s Effectiveness
When I attended the ART training for therapists, I saw amazing results happen for other therapists! Think about what I just said...! Better than that, I experienced amazing results with my own anxiety! I have worked with several clients using ART. They have found same day relief. If you would like to give ART a try to see if you can find this same relief, please call today. Please give me or another certified ART therapist a call. Several certified therapists are listed on the website. I am located in St. Cloud, Florida. I am in easy driving distance from many areas in Brevard, Osceola, Orange, and Pinellas counties.
Debbie Smart, MA, LMHC
The Bridge Counseling and Coaching