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The NRTT Method

Dr. Pamela Seraphine is the developer of the NRTT Method (Neuro-Rhythmic Trauma Therapy), a specialized neurobiologically informed body-based approach for recovery from PTSD and Complex Trauma. The NRTT Method involves a transformation system that delivers sustainable results. 

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  • What is the NRTT Method?
    Simply put, trauma treatment. Reimagined.
  • What does the NRTT Method Involve?
    The NRTT Method is transformational brain & and body-based psychotherapy that integrates the applied neuroscience of trauma with the clinical application of drumming for PTSD and Complex-PTSD. It is typically delivered in 8 (online course) or 12-week 1-on-1 sessions to ensure clients have enough time and support to gain designed results. The NRTT Method teaches clients how to use their bodies and minds to change their brains to recover from PTSD and traumatic stress-related conditions. The primary instrument used in sessions is a Meinl Slap-Top Cajon drum. Clients have the opportunity to use body percussion if requested.
  • What Can NRTT Help With?
    The NRTT method was developed to address symptoms of PTSD, C-PTSD, and trauma-related symptoms, such as anger, anxiety, grief, loneliness, cognitive distortions, depression, disassociation, guilt, shame, hopelessness, psychological distress, sleep disturbances, somatic complaints, etc.
  • How effective is the NRTT Method?
    The NRTT Method is a relatively new but highly effective trauma treatment method for helping PTSD and trauma survivors regain control of their lives while enjoying the healing process. A recent qualitative study revealed that NRTT’s cutting-edge protocol overs evidence to support the efficacy of NRTT for reducing symptoms of PTSD and interpersonal trauma. Research is ongoing.
  • Is the NRTT Method available as an online course?
    Yes! The NRTT Method is now available in a self-paced 8-week course. Be sure to check it out at the NEUROMASTERY ACADEMY!
  • What is the difference between EMDR & NRTT Method
    Unlike EMDR, which encourages the patient to focus on the traumatic experience briefly, the NRTT method does not require patients to focus on or retell their traumatic experiences. The NRTT method is brain-based and solution-focused to empower patients with the coping skills needed to retrain their brains to work to their advantage. As a result, the NRTT method delivers strategies that enable PTSD, and trauma survivors to regain control over their lives and create sustainable positive changes.
  • How many weeks is NRTT Method?
    The NRTT Method is typically delivered in 12-week session packages to ensure clients have enough time and support to gain desired results. Sessions are generally 50 minutes online. Clients also have the option to purchase the 8-week self-paced course offered at NeuroMastery Academy.
  • Who developed the NRTT Method?
    Dr. Pamela Seraphine, Psy.D., is the originator and developer of Neuro-Rhythmic Trauma Therapy (NRTT). Originally trained as a world percussionist, Dr. Pamela designed the trauma treatment program while pursuing her doctorate in clinical psychology. As a trauma survivor, she sought to develop brain-based somatic psychotherapy that could address the cognitive and somatic components of trauma recovery in an engaging self-sustaining format.
  • How long does it take for the NRTT Method to help?
    Some trauma survivors have reported improving symptoms after as little as one NRTT session. These results are generally because patients experience self-empowering rewarding ways in which they can immediately regain control of their traumatized brain. If they have tried therapy before and it didn’t work for them, they are generally very surprised and relieved at how quickly change can happen. If you’ve been through trauma therapy before and didn’t receive the desired result, this might be a good time to try the NRTT method.
  • Who Benefits from NRTT?
    NRTT effectively treats PTSD, Complex Trauma (CPTSD), and traumatic stress-related conditions across various populations including all people of ethnicity, nationality, or culture.
  • Is the NRTT Method evidence-based?
    Neuro-Rhythmic Trauma Therapy is evidence-based in that it is developed from previous versions of cognitive and somatic trauma treatment methods in combination with the basic principles of applied neuroscience for trauma recovery. This means that it is the evolved version of older ways that researchers have studied and found to be effective in treating PTSD and Complex PTSD. Most people who complete the NRTT protocol show a noticeable improvement in PTSD and C-PTSD symptoms.
  • What is the goal of the NRTT Method?
    The NRTT method aims to help individuals recover from unresolved trauma by gaining the skills needed to retrain the brain to work to one’s advantage. Additionally, the client chooses three goals during their 12 sessions (90-Day Sprint Goals), and Dr. Pamela coaches the client toward achieving the desired results.
  • What Should You Expect from NRTT Sessions?
    The NRTT method is a structured brain-based treatment approach that combines educational & inspiring treatment strategies within 12-week sessions to help individuals heal trauma, combat anxiety, and regain control of personal power.
  • What Instrument is Used?
    The NRTT Method uses the Turbo Slap-Top Cajon as the primary instrument.
  • Do I Need Previous Musical Training?
    No, but you must be willing to learn. This is not a drum circle. Participants are taught how to optimize brain functioning, and, yes, musical training is also involved.
  • Will I need to Purchase a Cajon?
    It is not required, investment in a cajon is highly recommended. The cost is approximately $300 CAD
  • What Should You Expect?
    Relief from emotional struggles and epic transformation!
  • Is the NRTT Method right for you?
    It is if you can fully commit to completing the 12-week program. Dr. Pamela will be able to assess your application for this therapeutic modality. It is designed only for those ready to transform their lives for the better. Full payment is required before treatment commences. Dr. Pamela only considers highly motivated participants. The fee is $2700.
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