BWRT® stands for ‘Brain Working Recursive Therapy®’, a model of psychology and psychotherapy created by UK professional therapist, Terence Watts, MCGI. It’s a totally confidential method that doesn’t require you to reveal your private information or personal secrets to your therapist, and is carried out in a completely conscious state. It doesn’t use hypnosis or any mystical concepts - it’s completely logical, practical and down-to-earth, and only needs you to know what you want to change in your life for it be completely successful.
Only Registered Practitioners have been trained to deliver BWRT® and all have to adhere to a strict ethical code. Find out more at www.bwrt-professionals.com
BWRT® is unique in the world of psychological therapy. It uses the same subconscious thought processes that caused the problem to appear in the first place, to sort it all out quickly and cleanly - you don’t have to delve into your deepest thoughts, or examine your childhood in fine detail, since BWRT® simply does not need such information.
THE GAP In 1983, scientific experiments revealed the interesting fact that we don’t actually have free will in quite the way we tend to think of it. Those experiments showed that there’s a tiny gap between the moment our brain starts to react to something and when we become aware of whatever it is, and it’s in that gap that stuff like anxiety, fear, anger and just about everything else ‘fires up’ - and by the time we notice it, we’re already doing it! That part of the brain does something else, too… it stores a record of everything we react to.
So if it learnt you thought something was dangerous - and it can be almost anything - it will trigger anxiety or fear every time it finds anything even only remotely like it. There’s a special psychological process that locks those things in place and because they are in the part of the brain that reacts without actually thinking, it can be difficult to change them. Or at least it was, until 2011, when UK Psychotherapist Terence Watts discovered how to use a totally natural process to re-organize and recondition those ‘secret’ thought processes. He immediately began extensive testing with many colleagues and soon discovered it worked every bit as well as he had hoped.
When you attend an initial consultation, the practitioner will ask you a few questions about what has brought you to see them but they will not ask you to reveal any secrets or intimate details of your life. They need to know what you want them to do, of course, and how long you have been experiencing the problem - and the only other thing they need to know is how you want to feel instead!