About BWRT

I am a registered’BWRT®’ practitioner. BWRT stands for ‘Brain Working Recursive Therapy®’, a model of psychology and psychotherapy created by UK professional therapist, Terence Watts.

What is BWRT

• BWRT stands for Brain Working Recursive Therapy
• BWRT utilises neuroplasticity (the capacity for the brain to change)
to rewire negative neural pathways to positive or neutral pathways.
• When the brain recognises a pattern, it creates a response in the form of a neural pathway that originates in the earliest developed part of the human brain, the reptilian complex (RC).
• The RC recognises patterns of signals and responds with a neural
pathway. If we survive the RC has done its job.
• Every time the RC sees the same pattern of signals it forms the same
neural pathway.
• Sometimes a hostile signal comes in that isn’t recognised so the reptilian complex has to find a new pathway – this can result in the
fight, flight or freeze response.
• The next time the brain recognises that pattern of signals it will create the same pathway, regardless of the preference of our conscious mind. This causes people to be anxious, have panic attacks, be depressed etc
• There is a delay of around 1/3 of a second between the formation of
the neural pathway and our being consciously aware of the response –
think of catching a ball – we’ve caught the ball before we even realise.
• BWRT therapy goes into that 1/3 second gap and changes an unwanted response to a chosen preferred response.

BWRT can often sort out issues such as anxiety, grief and trauma in a single session.
It works really well on zoom or Skype.

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Only Certified Practitioners who have been trained and who adhere to a strict ethical code can deliver BWRT®