ART Works Directly To Reprogram The Way In Which Distressing Memories And Images Are Stored In The Brain, Reducing Physical And Emotional Reactions To Distressing Memories.
Specific & Directive Approach
Developed in 2008, ART is a brief, exposure-based psychotherapy aimed at the rapid recovery and treating of psychological disorders including:
- Psychological Trauma
- Anxiety & Phobias
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Sexual Abuse
- Substance Use
How It Works
ART works directly to reprogram the way in which distressing memories and images are stored in the brain, reducing physical and emotional reactions to such distressing memories. ART is not a form of hypnosis.
The treatment program incorporates specific visualization techniques enhanced through the use of rapid eye movements, similar to the rapid eye movement stage of sleep (REM) and Voluntary Memory and Image Replacement.
What ART can help you achieve
ART’s can achieve rapid recovery from symptoms and reactions that may have been present for many years.
Moving Beyond Trauma
ART is an emerging psychotherapy reinforced with a foundation based on existing evidence-based therapeutic techniques that is designed to foster rapid recovery of traumas and difficult life experiences so that such experiences no longer trigger strong emotions or physical reactions (usually within 1-5 sessions occurring over a 2-week period, on average).
Many clients who suffer from mental and physical conditions can experience remarkable benefits starting with the first treatment session. Most Importantly, clients do not have to talk about their traumas or difficult life experiences with the therapist to achieve recovery.