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How Rapid Transformational Therapy helped a 32-year-old chronic fatigue sufferer discover hope and regain a life she loves.

"There are no words in the dictionary to explain exactly how much of a difference it’s made. I could say immense, I could say incredible, extraordinary, or miraculous. I could say all of those things, but none of those would even come close to equating the shift that the therapy has made in my life."

32-year-old Callahan from California had been dealing with chronic illness since she was 17. It had impacted her day-to-day life and held her back from the life she wanted.

    Challenges:

  • 14 years of chronic illness

  • Multiple attempts to reduce and manage symptoms

  • Illness and pain holding her back from achieving her dreams

  • Solution:

  • Rapid Transformational Therapy session

  • Personalised recording for reinforcement

  • Regular folow-up and  one-to-one support

    Results:

  • Increased energy and motivation

  • Ability to exercise and enjoy time with loved ones

  • A future with so much potential and nothing in her way

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BACKGROUND

“I had been fighting this, especially the fatigue, for 14 years.”

For Callahan, the fatigue hit after she had emergency gallbladder removal surgery. While recovering from the surgery, she contracted mono (glandular fever), which was going around her county. Ever since then, she hasn’t felt the same.

She was told, “You’ll feel better in two or three weeks. Then you should be able to go back to work and school and feel fine.” But she didn’t start feeling better, and that was the point Callahan knew something wasn’t right.

“It was more than just taking a nap, more than just needing 12 hours of sleep; I knew something was legitimately wrong in my body.” 

Callahan searched for answers. She saw doctors, psychologists, and neurologists. She tried medications, supplements, and self-help books—anything that someone could suggest that might make a difference. Time after time, she found they either didn’t work or didn’t get her the results she was hoping for.

“I’ve never wanted to give up, but there were plenty of times I have wondered if I can’t find out what’s wrong with me or if I can’t find a solution, then I am going to live like this forever?”

CHALLENGES

“I felt that there was a reason I’m not married yet or don’t have children yet. That there’s a reason I’m not as financially successful as I want to be yet. And I feel all of that was based around this idea that I was going to have a really hard time accomplishing all those things if I was constantly dealing with the fatigue and the brain fog and the pain.” 

Callahan’s chronic fatigue pervaded nearly every aspect of her life. A day-to-day effect was the extreme tiredness she felt after eating lunch. This was not the mild tiredness that some people experience after a big meal but a crippling fatigue that would cause Callahan to fall asleep. That tiredness would carry over to the evening, leaving her unable to take care of things around the house. 

Not only that, even exercising was a challenge. Exerting herself would result in swollen lymph nodes and a low-grade fever. She would feel like she had the flu for three days.

“That is not a way to live. I want to be a good mother. A good partner. A good business owner. I want to succeed. I feel like all I’ve done in the last 14 years is survive, and I wanted to thrive. I knew that if I didn’t find a way to fix some of the issues that I’ve been dealing with, there was no way that I was ever going to get past just surviving.”

TAKING ACTION

Callahan posted in a Facebook group seeking advice from other women who had dealt with chronic or autoimmune illnesses while they were trying to grow their businesses. Juliette reached out to share her own experiences and offered help through Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT). She was someone Callahan could talk to who understood.

At that stage, all Callahan knew about hypnotherapy was what you see on stage as entertainment or on billboards as a way to quit smoking.

“I was initially sceptical, but reading the story of her chronic Lyme and some of the other things that she had dealt with made me feel more comfortable. Anybody who’s truly had those kinds of chronic illnesses and chronic autoimmune diseases, the one thing they want is to be true and honest and very transparent about what they’re going through.”

“I could tell when I was talking to Juliette that she knew exactly what it was like to go through this. She was very, very empathetic, compassionate, and genuine.”

As a self-professed “bargain shopper,” Callahan was hesitant at first to invest in yet another therapy that might not work. When you’re sick and unable to work at capacity, every penny counts.

“Between my very limited idea of what hypnosis and hypnotherapy were, and coupled with the fact that I had tried nearly every different treatment and supplement that I possibly could for my symptoms and nothing had worked, I wondered, ‘How in the world is a two-and-a-half-hour therapy session gonna fix this?’”

“I know it’s hard for other people to understand when they aren’t standing in my position. But if I had known then what I know now and how I feel, I would have begged and borrowed for that appointment. It was by far the best money I’ve spent in my 32 years on this planet.”

SOLUTION

The Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) process consisted of a single therapy appointment, conducted remotely with Juliette in the UK and Callahan in the US. Callahan set herself up in a spot in her home where she was comfortable and able to sit relaxed during the session. 

“I wanted to make sure I had the place to myself because I really didn’t know what was going to be said—if there would be anything I didn’t consciously know about that might have come out from my subconscious.”

Callahan had her appointment early one Saturday morning to give herself the weekend to recover from the effects of the hypnotherapy, if needed.

“I felt pretty good immediately after we were done. Then a little while after that, I started feeling drained. So for the rest of the day, I just kind of took a nap on and off and tried to take it easy.”

After her session, Callahan received regular check-ins from Juliette, monitoring her symptoms and seeing how she was progressing. A personalised recording also formed part of the therapy approach, which Callahan listened to religiously every single day to help reinforce the therapy appointment and retrain her brain.

“The next four weeks, I definitely was improving. I would say every other day was a good day for the first couple of weeks. I’d have a really good day, and then the next day I might’ve had to take a little bit of a nap, or I might not be as peppy as I was the day before.”

“I was just really shocked that I felt so good right off the bat, like within two days of my therapy session. I kept saying to myself, maybe this is just like a placebo effect. Maybe this is just you wanting it to work so much, but you’ll crash later. So far, unless I really overdo it, I haven’t crashed. And it’s been six weeks since the session now.”

RESULTS

“That first Monday, I woke up, and I didn’t drink any coffee when I started my day. I noticed that I was able to eat lunch and keep working. When my boyfriend came home that night about 6 o’clock, I was still going, cleaning the house. We went outside together. It was a beautiful evening, and we were just talking, and I looked over at him and said, ‘Today was a good day.’

“At about week three, I finally had a few really good days in a row, and I was like, ‘Okay, maybe I broke through the plateau.’”

Callahan went from needing a nap every day after hitting that post-lunch slump to being able to make it through a full day, get more things done, and even stay up a bit later to spend quality time with her boyfriend.

“I’m able to keep up on my housekeeping a little better. That’s always been a really sore spot for me because I like things clean and organized, and I dislike clutter. But when you’re sick for so long, it’s really hard to find that motivation and energy to take care of things the way you want to.”

“Then being able to stay up a little bit later is great so I can hang out with my boyfriend when he gets home from work. We can actually watch a movie together and enjoy it.”

Being able to exercise again was huge for Callahan. She now rides her stationary bike between four and six miles a day, which she couldn’t do consistently before.

“After my therapy session, I rode seven miles that first time, which Juliette gently admonished me for, not wanting me to overdo it too early. But I felt like I could actually do stuff.”

Next, Callahan began hiking with her boyfriend along the river near their home.

“We started with two- to four-mile hikes around our house with about 28 pounds on my back. I could never have done that before, let alone done it a couple of times a week multiple weeks in a row.”

“There are no words in the dictionary to explain exactly how much of a difference it’s made. I could say immense, I could say incredible, extraordinary, or miraculous. I could say all of those things, but none of those would even come close to equating the shift that the therapy has done in my life.”

“I feel like I’ve had up to maybe an 80% improvement in my fatigue. And to me, that’s big. Overall, I’m just happier because I’m not sleeping my life away and not missing out on as many things.”

How would you describe your experience for someone considering Rapid Transformational Therapy?

“Looking back now, I would call it healing. But at the time, it felt a little bit raw, you know, because you start talking about things you pretty much only ever had a conversation with yourself about.” 

“Until you’ve gone through it, nothing that I could say to anyone would probably even scratch the surface of what that person’s going to feel. Knowing how sceptical I was and how many things I had tried, if someone had told me “it’s incredible, it’s amazing!” I might not have believed it.”

“I think one of the ‘Ts’ in RTT covers it. It is transformational. And rapid. Rapid transformation. Those two words pretty much describe exactly what it is.”

“My life looks 180 degrees different than it might have if I hadn’t done the therapy.”

Regain your power and take control of your own healing

Everyone’s lived experiences of chronic illness are dramatically different and YOU deserve to be treated as the whole, unique person you are.

Jump on a 45 minute strategy call with me to evaluate the best treatment path to suit your individual needs – no obligation and totally free!

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