BWRT® – Fast and effective Therapy
BWRT®- BrainWorking Recursive Therapy® – is a new model of psychology and psychopathology that fits with current thinking on neuroscience. It is solution-focused and evidence-based, thus fulfils the requirements of modern therapies.
Have you ever had that experience when you say something and as soon as the words come out of your mouth, you think why on Earth I did say that?
Or perhaps you find yourself of doing something that you really don’t want to do, but it just seems to happen any way?
Maybe you feel you can’t do something you’d really like to to?
Or do you sometimes find that some situations trigger really uncomfortable feelings and you don’t know why?
Well, we can make a sense of all of those experiences when we understand more about how the brain works.
Our brain is getting loads of messages every split second of our lives and what it does all the time is look for stuff that is similar to things we’ve experienced before. Now, if what we did that time worked, it tries to do the same thing again and if it didn’t, then it will try to avoid it, and most of the time that system works really well. The problem is though, that part of the brain is immensely fast and not very logical, so it doesn’t give time to think – in fact, all that stuff happens without you even knowing about it at first. So if it finds something that was once a threat, it will use anxiety to try to steer you right away from that.
BWRT® is an extremely powerful style of working that can dissolve problems such: phobias, fears, anxieties, including commitment anxiety, self-worth, self-confidence, fear of authority, relationship issues, OCD, PTSD.
It is carried out in a completely conscious state, it’s completely logical, practical and only needs you to know what you want to change in your life for it to be completely successful. Find out more at https://www.bwtr.org
BWRT® IS NOT A REPLACEMENT FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT OR PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES.
If your reason for therapy could be related to a physical health concern, then I will ask you to see your GP first. In some circumstances, I may wish to write to your GP to let him/her know of my involvement, but I will ask for your permission first.