BWRT

About BWRT

‘BWRT®’ stands for ‘BrainWorking Recursive Therapy®’, a modern model of psychology and psychotherapy created by UK professional therapist, Terence Watts, MCGI. It uses a totally logical, practical and down-to-earth working method in which it’s not necessary for you to talk about anything you would rather not discuss – the practitioner only needs to know how you feel and how you would prefer to feel instead. BWRT® is unlike any other therapy you might have heard of or read about, using the latest discoveries in neuroscience coupled with your own unique brain processes to help you get better. 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

BWRT gets its name from the brain’s ability to be continually reassessing the environment and making necessary adjustments. During therapy, we use these changes and adjustments to thinking that lead to fast-acting but long-term self-improvement. 

How does it work?

The basis of the technique is taking a bad habit or emotional reaction to an issue and replacing it with a preferred outcome. It is based on the neuroscience that shows in the majority of situations, your mind has already decided how to react BEFORE you have a chance to intervene consciously. An example of this is when someone throws a ball, we automatically catch it. Our brain has decided on appropriate action before it comes into our awareness. That is why we experience repeated frustration in the way we respond in certain situations that we want to change, but feel like we can’t.

BWRT® is a science-based way of working that deals with uncomfortable emotional or psychological triggers before they come into awareness. Many methodologies work on responding to a stimulus after it has come to our attention. BWRT® deals with the problem before it enters awareness in the conscious mind, at its source. You are left feeling better and able to react more appropriately. BWRT® is very fast, highly effective, and lasting.  Often success is achieved between 1 and 4 sessions.

For a better explanation, check out Terence Watts, the creator of BWRT, in the video.