Too Good to Be True?

Accelerated Resolution Therapy

by Laney Rosenzweig MS LMFT Editor Amy Shuman MSW LICSW DCSW



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/29/2022

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 220
ISBN : 9781665707527
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 220
ISBN : 9781665707541
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 220
ISBN : 9781665707534
Format : Audio
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ISBN : 9781665730259

About the Book

Accelerated Resolution Therapy—or ART for short—may be one of the most important therapies you may not know about.

This book weaves information about the therapy with the Developer, Laney Rosenzweig’s autobiographical story. In straightforward language, she explains how the therapy has helped people from all walks of life, in all sorts of situations.

ART is a special eye-movement therapy that can help people to make astonishing changes. Some have said, “It’s too good to be true,” but clients will tell you that it has helped them overcome trauma often after only one session. Get answers to questions such as:

• How did the author develop the therapy and why?

• What do you need to do the therapy?

• Is ART mind control?

• How has the therapy been used?

With ART therapy, the onus of change is squarely on the client’s shoulders, where it should be. Clinicians don’t have to do the heavy lifting. This alleviates compassion fatigue, so clinicians can leave a therapy session feeling as light as the client.

About the Author

Laney Rosenzweig, MS, LMFT, is the Developer of Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), which she created in 2008. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist who has been practicing in the mental health field since 1996. She has created and authored training manuals and supplemental materials for her training of clinicians in Accelerated Resolution Therapy. She has been on staff as a researcher at the University of South Florida where research has been conducted on ART. She is the CEO of Rosenzweig Center for Rapid Recovery and trains therapists in ART worldwide.