In today's episode, we talk with David Cummins, Ph.D. about overcoming blocks to our creativity.
David says, "Since learning Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT), helping people has become much more effective, quick, and significantly more fun for me and the people I have helped. I appreciate RRT because I can help people move their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to where they want them -- without dragging them through the mud of the past. What I have found is that by helping the person get to an open relaxed state, their minds become much more responsive to moving in the direction the person wishes. Clients regularly report that the process was interesting, easy, and left them feeling lighter and clearer."
He adds, "The process uses many painless techniques that naturally moves the person where they want to be going. What I find is that these shifts tend to be effortless and long-lasting because the changes are in the person’s best interest and it happens on multiple levels at the same time. RRT has shown to be effective in helping to https://www.davidcummins.net/depression (clear depression), https://www.davidcummins.net/anxiety (anxiety), https://www.davidcummins.net/trauma-and-abuse (PTSD), https://www.davidcummins.net/trauma-and-abuse (grief), guilt, and most other mental health issues."
Feel free to https://www.davidcummins.net/contact-booking (contact D)avid if you have any questions about the process. You may also visit the https://rapidresolutiontherapy.com/about-rapid-resolution-therapy (RRT website) for more information.
In addition, David says, "Because of the effectiveness of RRT online, I provide online therapy sessions for those who may need this service."