Accelerated Resolution Therapy

Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) is a unique approach to psychotherapy. ART is unique because the ART Therapist guides the client to replace the negative images in the mind that cause the symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress with positive images of the client’s choosing. It may be an effective intervention for trauma, depression, and other mental health concerns. ART uses eye movements aimed to help quickly alleviate symptoms, which are often related to past trauma.

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Accelerated Resolution Therapy is a quick and effective way to create lasting change. ART does not require you to talk about your painful past in order to heal from it. You, the Client, are in control of what is happening in session. Accelerated Resolution Therapy is an innovated approach building off of EMDR and combining a multitude of traditional psychotherapeutic techniques utilized in... Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Gestalt, Brief Psychodynamic, Exposure, and CBT.

— Stephanie Milliron, Counselor in phoenix, AZ

Uses eye movements like EMDR and integrates Gestalt Experiential Psychotherapy with guided imagery. For information on this therapy approach please visit website:

— Nora Magnuson Mazzoni, Licensed Professional Counselor in The Woodlands, TX

Accelerated Resolution Therapy is a trauma therapy that is also useful in many other mental health disorders. It is a great way to reduce the body trauma quickly.

— Deann Reese, Clinical Social Worker in Alexandria, MN

I offer Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) - an eye-movement therapy designed to decrease emotional reactivity and distressing symptoms experienced following a traumatic event. ART is effective for clients with PTSD (sexual, assault, childhood abuse, car accident, etc.), depression, anxiety, grief and loss, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and many other mental health concerns.

— Rebecca McCabe, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Mankato, MN

This is an evidenced-based form of psychotherapy that utilizes back and forth eye movements to help clients address common problems such as depression, anxiety, phobias and PTSD. During ART sessions, may find that you connect pieces of information that are already stored in your memory to help you resolve your issues. The brain, while focused on a problem and concurrently using eye movements, makes new connections with a person’s strengths and problem solving abilities.

— Marquita Myrick, Licensed Professional Counselor in Tampa, FL

Providing short and long term ART sessions for clients who are having difficulty processing a memory or trauma. Also helpful for those who are navigating through an issue and feeling stuck.

— Kaitlyn Sferrazza, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in St.Petersburg, FL

I enjoy using ART to help clients connect with their emotions and recognize how their past affects them right now. I also use it to heal from the past that they may not have realized was bothering them.

— Toni Gorn, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Land O lakes, FL

Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) is designed to clear up trauma, PTSD, phobias, insomnia, dears, anxiety, habits and more in as little as 1-3 sessions! I have over 300 hours of training in RRT.

— Sheri Johnson, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Boca Raton, FL

I discovered Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) in 2015, when I had a session of it myself. The results amazed me and I became trained as soon as I could. I've been providing ART as a primary modality since!

— Kashi Heynis, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Clearwater, FL

Accelerated Resolution Therapy is a form of psychotherapy with roots in existing evidence-based therapies but shown to achieve benefits much more rapidly (usually within 1-5 sessions). Clients with depression, anxiety, panic attacks, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), substance abuse, sexual abuse and many other mental and physical conditions can experience remarkable benefits starting in the first session. ART is not hypnosis. Want to know more? More information at

— Lauren Abasheva, LA Counseling Studio, LLC, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor