Discover A New Paradigm in Addiction Recovery

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You Can Change Your Life Now!

The idea that one can be rid of a lifelong addiction in 15 hours challenges best-accepted practices. It goes against what’s preached by many methods, including psychotherapy. The 15 hours Rapid Addiction Solution works because it targets the root of the addiction. It addressed the problem at the level it’s created i.e. the Subconscious Mind.

This Is Not Talk Therapy
Psychotherapy engages the limited, logical, and rational conscious mind (symptoms management.) The Rapid Addiction Solution engages the source of the problem, the Subconscious Mind.

Unlock Your Subconscious Mind

The Subconscious Mind is the storehouse of our memories, beliefs, and perceptions. It is where trauma and pain live from birth. At a deeper level, addiction often becomes one’s shield from such early trauma.
Addressing a Deeper Level
It’s necessary to address the pain (fueling self-destructive behavior) on that deeper level. Doing so will resolve its crippling effect (addiction).

Discover A New Paradigm in Addiction Recovery

Addiction does not have to be a lifelong struggle if you are ready to take on the challenges of your past.

The goal of the Rapid Addiction Solutions program is to address the cause of the addiction at its core. Addressing the powerful emotions stemming from trauma, including violence, abuse, neglect, and loss.

Impact of Trauma on Addiction

The distress caused by these unprocessed and unreleased traumatic emotions impacts you daily. Effort and desire not to feel these emotions become our daily focus, which is how it became a habit.
Do you engage in compulsive behaviors? Behaviors like substance abuse, food addiction, work addiction, or sexual addiction? If so, recognize these addictions reflect the presence of trauma. It also demonstrates your need to relieve and control that trauma.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Not in a conventional way.

The Rapid Addiction Solution is a holistic and goal-oriented intervention. The therapeutic vehicle of this intervention is advanced clinical hypnotherapy.

Hypnotherapy is not talk therapy.

Hypnotherapy does not include advising, diagnosing, or prescribing medication. That would be the domain of other professionals, usually licensed to counsel. The primary aim of hypnotherapy is self-change. The hypnotist’s job is to assist the client in achieving those natural states of mind where change and healing best happen. Used correctly, hypnotherapy is beneficial for leveraging the innate power of the human mind for transformation, healing, and recovery.

A clinical hypnotherapist is not a mental health provider or a medical provider.

No. This program is an individualized program tailored to your specific needs and challenges.

The answer is No.

This method is most effective alongside current mental, emotional, and medical care.

Not an Alternative

Hypnosis or any other methods of conditioning (Relaxation, Creative Visualization, Visual Imagery, NeuroLinguistic Programming, etc.) offered through The Rapid Addiction Solution cannot and will not substitute any current or future appropriate medical or psychological care or treatment, and if any concerns i.e. medical or psychological arise, you should first consult a qualified health care provider for diagnosis and professional advice.

We do not accept insurance.

We do not release any information without written authorization except as provided by law.

According to current Federal Regulations known as HIPAA (the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), your details, the nature of your visit, and your identity will remain confidential.

Your appointment time is reserved specifically for you.

If you are unable to keep your appointment for any reason, please provide 24 hours’ notice. The full fee will be billed for any appointment canceled without 24 hours’ notice.

Hypnosis & Hypnotherapy

Say the word “hypnosis” or “hypnotherapy,” and many people immediately think about Hollywood’s portrayal of people with “special human powers” or people doing unusual things on stage. Other people think of pocket watches or spirals twirling.

This view of hypnotism is pure fiction and has little basis in reality.

The American Psychiatric Association recognizes hypnosis

It is now much more common for hypnotists to use techniques that consist of soothing words and suggestions to focus the patient’s attention.

Unfortunately, many myths and misconceptions about hypnosis and hypnotherapy cause unnecessary fear and apprehension in those who can benefit from the practice the most. In the clinical setting, hypnosis is a safe, effective, and scientifically recognized intervention practiced worldwide. In the United States, the American Medical Association (AMA) formally recognized the benefits of hypnosis in 1958.

Yes, hypnosis is real.

Researchers have found that when someone is hypnotized, they actively respond to given suggestions. During hypnosis, it is as if the brain temporarily suspends its efforts to validate incoming sensory information, allowing new perceptions and thoughts to occur. And some people are more hypnotizable than others, although scientists still don’t know why.

Clinical Modality

The British Government first officially recognized hypnosis as a viable and safe therapeutic tool through the Hypnotism Act in 1952. Then, in 1958 both the British and the American Medical Associations (AMA) sanctioned physicians’ official use of hypnosis. In 1958, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) also approved hypnotherapy by professionally responsible individuals.

Hypnotherapy is the clinical application of hypnosis.

Many medical facilities either have a hypnotist on site or can refer you to a trusted practitioner.

Myths still abound regarding hypnosis, although it is becoming more widely accepted and trusted. Unlike Hollywood’s portrayal of hypnosis, it cannot be used to control someone else’s mind or actions. By using hypnosis and practicing hypnotherapy, people gain greater control over their minds and actions.

The hypnotic state

The hypnotic state is a normal state we all experience in our daily lives. It is a state of focused attention and heightened believability in which the mind can more readily accept new ideas that do not conflict with your values. There is also a higher threshold for pain.

Natural State of Mind

I mentioned it’s a state which we enter daily… think of what happens when you watch your favorite TV show or a good movie. We tend to become so involved in the plot that we can feel what the character or hero feels. In the case of scary movies, for example, it’s hard for us to separate ourselves from the scene in front of us to the point we feel fear. That’s what a state of focused attention and heightened believability means.

In the hypnotic state, the body is relaxed, but the mind has heightened awareness. At all times, you can vocalize and communicate, and most importantly, because the goal of this method is healing, you will be able to remember everything you hear and say.

Your Experience

From a body perspective, your limbs may feel leaden or light, tingly, or somewhat numb. The perception of time is also distorted due to the experience of being involved in your internal story. This is similar to the experience of watching a great movie and getting so involved with the plot to the extent that time flies, i.e., an hour might seem like just a few minutes.

The fear of someone taking control of us may be natural to us, but it has a little grip on reality. Stage shows and Hollywood’s portrayal of hypnosis hyped this fear because it showcased the subject surrendering their ‘will.’ This is not real; it’s entertainment, much like any other tale of the imagination.

Stage Hypnotism

It is helpful to remember that stage hypnotists design their shows for entertainment, including participants doing strange things. People don’t realize that the stage hypnotist has a strategy in place; they choose only highly suggestible and may have a strong desire to have a “different” or less inhibited experience of themselves.

In a hypnotic state, people can permit themselves to do many things they may not otherwise be able to do.

Not an Alternative to Treatment

Hypnosis cannot, and should not, stand alone as the sole medical or psychological intervention for any disorder.

Hypnosis should not be used instead of appropriate medical, dental, or psychological treatment. Individuals with medical or psychological problems should consult a qualified healthcare provider for diagnosis and professional advice. Hypnosis should only be practiced by those who have been appropriately trained, who practice correctly, and within the scope of their training.

The Myth of Willpower

Have you tried breaking your addiction before with little or no success? If so, it’s likely because you believed it’s all about willpower.
Some coping skills and strategies may work for a while. But if they rely on your willpower to execute, it’s almost impossible to do. That’s because our will is a “short-term agency” of the conscious mind.
A perfect example of what this means is New Year’s Resolutions. Have you tried making one before? If so, this may be familiar. You set up your mind to do something only to find yourself failing and back at square one, i.e., relapses.

A Deeper Form of Intervention

Therapy does not address our self-concept. This is why it can be difficult for us to change our behavior. Your self-concept is what you believe about yourself to be true. For significant and lasting change, you must alter your view of your “self.” You can do this only in the realm of the Subconscious Mind. It requires the proper method, which is a deeper form of intervention.