What Is ART?
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.… Read More
How ART Works
ART incorporates a combination of techniques used in many other traditional psychotherapies. ART works directly to reprogram the way in which distressing memories and images are stored in the brain so that they no longer trigger strong physical and… Read More
Meet ART Founder Laney Rosenzweig
Watch Laney at TEDx Springfield
A Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for 3 decades in the mental health field. In addition to her private practice, Laney trains licensed mental health professionals in the use of ART. Read More
Meet with the ART Founder
– Questions – Answers – Treatment – Training
Find out how Accelerated Resolution Therapy can help clients make astonishing life changes often after only one session.
Laney’s autobiographical story explaining how ART was created and how it has helped clients with all different types of problems lead more meaningful lives! Read the press release here.
Warrior Wellness Program and Accelerated Resolution Therapy
Accelerated Resolution Therapy, or ART, was created to help people who have experienced trauma. The protocol that is delivered is meant to bring up original traumatic experiences and actually change the way that the information is ultimately stored.
What’s Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART)?
Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) is a short-term treatment can lead to positive changes after just one session – now at CHR!
Greenlight Therapy Center: Accelerated Resolution Therapy Patient Testimonial
Brian, a security officer, talks about how Accelerated Resolution therapy with Greenlight helped him overcome a painful image in his mind from a traumatic experience and finally have hopes and dreams again.
In ART, the eye movements are thought to be conducive to sorting out problems quickly through increasing the integration of activities in the left and right sides of the brain. These movements also seem to help the client process information by producing a deep feeling of relaxation. Yet ART is not hypnosis. Contact Us Today