BWRT Therapy

BWRT Therapist

I am a BWRT Practitioner, Levels 1,2 & 3, Supervisor and Mentor.  ,Addiction Counsellor, Counsellor and Family Therapist.

BrainWorking Recursive Therapy® BrainWorking Recursive Therapy® is a new model of psychology and psychotherapy that embraces the latest thinking on neuroscience and psychological health. It is determinedly solution-focused and in the hands of a trained practitioner can provide speedy and permanent help for many mind-related difficul?es however stubborn or deep-rooted they might seem to be. To find out more about how BWRT® might help you, contact any of our practitioners who will be happy to discuss your needs in detail. BWRT® - what is it? BrainWorking Recursive Therapy® - BWRT® - is an advanced model of therapy based firmly in neuroscience and 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. It does not use hypnosis or any concepts that might be considered by some to be mys?cal or unscientific. It is in fact completely logical, prac?cal and downto-earth and for it to work only needs you to know what you want to change in your life. Our registered practitioners are all fully trained in the process, fully insured, and have to adhere to a strict ethical code. How BWRT® works 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 everytime 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 reorganise and reconditon 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. The first practitioners started working with this amazing new therapy in 2013.. 

BWRT - BrainWorking Recursive Therapy - is considered by many therapists to be one of the fastest and most effective psychotherapeutic methodologies ever created. Based firmly in neuroscience, it uses the auto-responsive part of the brain to create permanent and lasting change.
You must be already professionally qualified in hypnotherapy, psychotherapy, counselling, psychology, psychiatry or similar before you can study BWRT at a professional level, though there is also a 'Newcomers' course.
When working with BWRT, there is no trance state, no investigating for causes, no tapping, stroking, eye-movement, special breathing techniques, anchors, triggers, electronics, special devices or any other 'traditional' methodologies. It uses only totally natural brain processes to create permanent change
It works by accessing, and making changes in, the gap between initial brain function and conscious awareness, arresting and modifying the 'message' being transmitted to the amygdala. All other therapies seek to change what the amygdala does with, for example, anxiety. BWRT changes the 'anxiety' signal before the amygdala is even aware of it.
BWRT works effectively with: All Fears & Phobias, Anxiety, Stress, Depression, Self-worth issues, Addictions, Core Identity issues, OCD, Trauma & abuse resolution, PTSD & CPTSD, Relationship issues, Performance Enhancement, Habits, Self-belief, Motivation, Personal Confidence and almost every other psychological symptom as well as some physiological problems.
Completing just the Level 1 course gives you all the skills and tools you need for the majority of issues and if you continue to Level 2 there is almost nothing you can't work with!
The biggest problem for BWRT is that it has always seemed too good to be true, but it's one of those situations that proves the old saying wrong. After all, the Internet would have seemed too good to be true not too long ago...
Just one of the strengths of BWRT is that it uses a structured protocol that is tailored according to the client's presenting difficulty and other details, thus providing constant work quality. A therapist in a far-flung corner of the world will be using the identical experience-proven therapeutic process as will a practitioner in the heart of a major city.

For myself, I am a Founder Member, Supervisor, Mentor and Levels 1, 2 & 3 Practitioner.  BWRT's success is rapidly spreading throughout the world.  I am having phenomenol success working with this therapy, not only for trauma, phobias and all stress related problems but with addiction too.  I still cannot believe how rapid and effective this therapy is..   


What is EMDR
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What is EMDR?

EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing. It is a psychotherapeutic procedure that was originated and developed by Dr Francine Shapiro in the United States in 1987.

EMDR was originally designed to treat traumatic or "dysfunctional" memories and experiences and their psychological consequences, and the procedure has mainly been used in the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. However EMDR has been increasingly used over the years to treat e.g., grief, phobias, test and performance anxiety, anxiety and panic disorders, pain, sexual dysfunction, and a wide range of experientially based disorders.

EMDR is an evidence based therapeutic procedure. That is, although the procedure originally developed out of self-observation, the evolution and development of the procedure has been dictated by clinical and research findings. Most of the components in EMDR are recognisable from other well-known therapies although they are arranged in a unique order. However, one unusual element in EMDR is bilateral stimulation usually in the form of eye movements, but also sometimes in the form of bilateral auditory or tactile stimulation. There is a great deal of evidence that bilateral stimulation speeds up the reprocessing of disturbing emotional or traumatic material and at the same time helps the client feel safer in making contact with traumatic material.  A number of replicated research trials have demonstrated that eye movements reduce the vividness of emotional and traumatic imagery. It is believed that the eye movements induced in EMDR mirror the natural eye movement process that occurs in the REM (Rapid Eye Movement) phase of sleep during which information is processed naturally.

In EMDR, the therapist will always firstly carry out a careful psychological assessment of whether EMDR would be suitable for the problem (s) presented, and will elicit a memory representing the problem. The client will then work with the therapist in clearing the neural pathway that this trauma has been stored and replacing it with positive cognitions. 

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