‘BWRT®’ stands for ‘BrainWorking Recursive Therapy®’, a model of psychology and psychotherapy created by UK professional therapist, Terence Watts, MCGI. Like many other modern therapies, it allows a ‘core of privacy’ so that you do not have to divulge anything you would rather not talk about – in fact, the practitioner only needs to know how you feel and how you would prefer to feel instead. BWRT® is a completely new and different therapy based on the latest discoveries about the way the brain works and how it affects our moods, behaviour and emotions. Only Certified Practitioners have been trained to deliver BWRT® and all have to adhere to a strict ethical code.
Find out more at http://www.bwrt.org
How BWRT works
While fear is a logical response to a threat, a phobia is when the degree of experienced fear is excessive and out of proportion to the stimulus. If something that cannot normally harm a person is perceived as an imminent threat, a phobia develops. Anxiety is a persistent fear that may start well in advance of, and linger much after, the trigger situation is removed. As examples, phobias might be the fear of crowds, elevators, or perhaps even lizards. While examples of anxiety are when a person worries about exams, about making presentations, or asking for a raise. BWRT has a proven record of resolving anxieties in just a few sessions. BWRT can often resolve simple phobias in a single session.
Grief & Depression
Most people go through grief and the process of mourning at some point in their lives. However, if the loss begins to dominate your life or you start to feel directionless, helpless, and hopeless, you might be experiencing complicated grief and be stuck in depression. Depression can be debilitating, impairing physical and psychological well-being. Common signs of depression are having trouble sleeping, a poor appetite, undefined fatigue or a lack of energy, or feelings of isolation and emptiness. Grief can be resolved with the help of BWRT within a single session. With the specialised depression protocol, BWRT can work to lift even chronic anhedonia within weeks.
Trauma & PTSD
Trauma occurs when a person experiences a shocking, painful, scary or dangerous event. In these situations, the body floods with chemicals as the system prepares to react defensively or run away from the threat. Whereas the majority of traumatised individuals experience temporary effects, some develop persistent symptoms or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Globally, PTSD can lead to many challenges, both interpersonally and occupationally. It is recognised that PTSD can considerably reduce one’s quality of life, and has been shown to be associated with poorer physical health and social functioning, especially when compared with other anxiety disorders (Beck et al., 2009). Because BWRT works in the same area of the brain that creates the PTSD response, it is ideally suited to help create rapid lasting relief.
Anger can be a useful emotion in certain circumstances. It is, for example, an entirely appropriate response to the threat of danger or injury, either to oneself or others. That said, inappropriate or uncontrollable anger may become destructive, causing damage to your professional and personal relationships. Research has also shown that chronic anger is a health risk, contributing to the development of heart disease, diabetes and more. Anger issues can show up as temper tantrums, violence or, surprisingly, as the avoidance of conflict. However, regardless of the manifestation, all anger issues are easily and quickly resolved with BWRT
Creator of Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT)
" I’ve created many therapy courses and concepts but my proudest and most recent is BrainWorking Recursive Therapy® a totally new style of psychotherapy with its roots firmly in the latest discoveries in Neuroscience. There’s never been a more effective or efficient therapy and it’s actually difficult to see how there ever could be!"