Accelerated Resolution Therapy
"Instantly I felt like a cloud had lifted and I was back to myself again"
Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) combines the best parts of traditional therapies to help you recover more quickly and effectively
Watch this short video to learn more about how ART works and how it can help you
The Simple Reason
Traditional Therapies Fail
You may have tried other therapies in the past and been frustrated with slow or no progress. You're not alone.
Regular talk therapy can feel very surface level. It focuses on changing your thoughts but often fails to make the connection to your emotional and physiological responses.
This, and other typical treatments, require that you spend a great deal of time revisiting your traumatic memories, sometimes stuck there until your next session.
You're not letting go of your pain at that point. You're reliving it.
Significant or Full Recovery in As Little As 1-5 Sessions
Progress from therapy doesn't have to be slow. You may even be surprised by how quickly you find relief with ART.
The process is very straightforward, using rapid eye movements and a technique called Voluntary Image Replacement to change the way traumatic memories are stored in your brain.
The entire time, you're in control, guided by the therapist, and only sharing what you choose.
Within just an hour to an hour and a half session, you're able to go through an entire memory, the emotions connected to it, and find relief.
Others Before You Have Found Remarkable Relief With ART Including:
Experience the Benefits of Accelerated Resolution Therapy
ART founder, Laney Rosenzweig, LMFT, is trained and experienced in multiple treatment methods. She long appreciated the therapeutic value of eye movements, but recognized the need to modify how they're used and integrate them with other techniques.
What resulted was Accelerated Resolution Therapy, designed to be directive, standardized and easy to apply to different conditions.
ART has proven effective in numerous scientific studies and is even used at the highest levels of the U.S. military to treat PTSD.