What Is Rapid Resolution Therapy?

Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) is a fast and effective solution for many of life’s challenges. It is a pragmatic approach informed by science and philosophy. RRT shifts the way the mind processes information so that improvements in thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are natural and automatic.

RRT works to address and clear the ongoing effects of anxiety, panic disorder, insomnia, night-terrors, grief, heartbreak, betrayal, childhood abuse, sexual violence, shame, guilt, rage, anger, jealousy, and combat or first responder PTSD.

People report being absorbed in a conversation and astonishment that the way they feel, think and respond to certain things has been transformed. They tell us they feel lighter and that it is impossible to experience the turmoil that had been weighing them down. They report a sense of freedom and clarity. An RRT session can be completed in a single day.


About the Founder of RRT

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Dr. Jon Connelly is the author of Life Changing Conversations with Rapid Resolution Therapy, a book demonstrating that a single conversation can dramatically improve one’s life. Thousands of mental health professionals have attended Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) trainings with Dr. Connelly. His students state that his trainings have enabled them to become much more powerful and effective healers. Dr. Connelly founded the Institute for Survivors of Sexual Violence, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is the research and development of cutting edge treatment for survivors of trauma. His early career experiences as a child protective service worker and clinical supervisor in a program that supported teens who had experienced emotional trauma, childhood abuse and/or sexual violence helped to shape the birth of RRT. As a result of these experiences, he became committed to finding a way to relieve suffering. Dr. Connelly has taught college classes in human sexuality and group dynamics prior to providing post-graduate training programs for health and mental health professionals. Dr. Connelly is licensed as a clinical social worker and holds a doctorate in Clinical Pastoral Counseling.