Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I participate if I am recovering from a substance abuse problem?
Yes, if you are able to concentrate and follow the RTM Protocol steps.
Q: What will be expected of me?
You will be expected to show up for appointments or give 24 hours notice, if you need to reschedule. 4 appointments will be set up over a relatively short time frame so that you make progress and gain momentum.
Q: Does RTM work with multiple traumas?
Yes, RTM is designed to work multiply traumatic events in order to alleviate the symptoms of PTSD. Typically treating 1-4 events works to re-program the brain and collapse all PTSD symptoms.
Q: Will I be able to handle doing RTM?
Yes, RTM is a non-traumatizing process. Clinicians are trained to ensure you stay as relaxed as possible instead of getting hooked and re-associating into the traumatic feelings. You are free to ask questions about any concerns you have. Also, please appreciate that the clinician does not need extensive information about the trauma event to start treatment with RTM. After minimal details are gathered RTM treatment proceeds in a safe methodical fashion.
Q: For whom does RTM works best?
RTM works for people dealing with a wide range of traumatic events. Whether the trauma event happened 1 month ago or 50 years past, RTM can help all ages. Anyone who is tired of suffering with PTSD symptoms and wants a better quality of daily living will gain from RTM treatment. Even the most skeptical of veterans who have been willing to give RTM a chance have been grateful they went forward with RTM Protocol Therapy.