By in Mindfulness

Introducing BWRT

BWRT or BrainWorking Recursive Therapy has certainly been making waves in the world of therapy – transforming the work of therapists and improving the lives of many thousands of clients across the world. Yet not all of those wanting help with mind-related matters are aware that for many therapists, BWRT is now their therapy of choice.

BWRT is a totally confidential method, carried out in an entirely conscious state. It doesn’t make use of hypnosis or mystical concepts but is logical, practical and down-to-earth. Practitioners of BWRT have been fully trained and adhere to a strict ethical code. In addition to being a BWRT practitioner, I am a counsellor (registered with the BACP – British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and Hypnotherapist (registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council and Association for Professional Hypnosis and Psychotherapy).

So why is BWRT my therapy of choice for most mind-related matters?

Because it is so highly and rapidly effective – with clients often just needing one or two sessions. Also, clients can be at ease, knowing they don’t need to reveal private information or personal secrets. All a practitioner really needs to know in order to make clients’ lives better is what you want to change.

Created in 2011 by Terence Watts and first taught to therapists by him in 2013, BWRT works in what is called the ‘cognitive gap’ that exists between the moment the brain responds to a stimulus and our conscious awareness of the response to that trigger – discovered by the scientist Benjamin Libet in 1983. This gap explains why we cannot, for example, decide not to have a panic attack (or other negative reaction) – because, by the time we are consciously aware of what is happening, the response is already underway. BWRT though enables clients to modify their response to one that they would prefer to have.

Here is a short video in which the originator of BWRT explains how this life-changing therapy works:

To arrange a free first BWRT session to discuss how to make your life better, contact Jonathan at The Body Matters on 01702 714968.

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