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The episode with Laney Rosenzweig, founder of Accelerated Resolution Therapy ART has been one of those conversations that caught me by surprise. After hearing about Accelerated Resolution Therapy from one of my previous podcast guests, I was interested but after speaking with Laney I was completely intrigued by her experimental spirit which led to the potential of ART to help people heal from many challenges.
ART has been proven useful to treat:
Laney Rosenzweig is the Developer of Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART). Developed in 2008, ART is an evidence-based, eye movement therapy that can resolve the symptoms of PTSD and other mental health issues. The research showed that one to five sessions with an average of three resolved the issues studied. Most past trauma can be resolved in only one session. Ongoing problems may take longer due to secondary gains. Her training company, Rosenzweig Center for Rapid Recovery (RCRR), has trained over 8,000 clinicians both in private practice and in numerous clinics. Her book, "Too Good to Be True" is an autobiographical account of her life, how she developed ART, and examples of ART's healing power.
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