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Lisa de Rijk
Introducing the RTM Protocol - for PTSD Treatment
In 2006- the Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories protocol (RTM) was created by Dr Frank Bourke, with the assistance of work done by Steve Andreas and Richard Gray. This is an NLP-based protocol for the treatment of PTSD. Throughout multiple published clinical trials, the protocol shows greater than 90% of participants are PTSD-free after their treatment.
For our December Member Event we are proud to have Lisa de Rijk join us. Lisa is a Master NLP Trainer, and Visiting Research Fellow at Kings College, London, where she acts as clinical lead for the world’s first Randomised Clinical Trial (RCT) comparing the RTM protocol with Trauma Focussed CBT (the gold standard treatment) with military veterans in Belfast.
In this Member Event you will learn about the protocol, hear about the amazing results, gain more insight into trauma, how the protocol is used in a clinical setting, and find out how you can get involved in this groundbreaking research and protocol.
The recording of this event will be shared with all registered participants after the workshop. Even if you are not able to attend live, we encourage you to still register.