BrainWorking Recursive Therapy® has been described as nothing short of miraculous.
I am one of the few British practitioners to have successfully completed the intensive Level 2 training in BWRT®. This means that treatment to help you overcome, or significantly reduce, compulsive behaviours is within your grasp.
It works by helping you identify, and verbalise, the person you believe yourself to be, at your core, not the person yo seek to project to the outside world.
Sadly, many of us identify ourselves in a negative way: ‘I’m an insomniac’, ‘I’m boring’ or, tragically, ‘I’m worthless.’ Even evidence to the contrary does not shake this core belief, and it is this core belief that prevents us from changing – we create our own self-fulfilling prophecy and suffer the consequences.
Using BWRT® techniques, we work to help you identify your ‘negative persona’ and then create a new core persona – the ‘REAL’ you …one that you like! We then look at the behaviours you want to change, or the traumatic or upsetting memory you wish to overcome and help you to create a new response pattern in your brain of what you actually want to happen or recall.
All the work is carried out in an ‘awake state.’ BWRT® is not hypnosis.
It might sound unlikely, but it is actually a logical and down to earth process – which is why it works! And works for men and women of all ages and with many and varying reasons for coming to see me.
The joy of this therapy for many of my clients is that you don’t need to tell me what your disturbing memory or upsetting behaviour is. You simply focus on it in your own mind and together we re-work that memory, or strip away the triggers, and allow you to step forward into a new way of thinking and living.
All though our sessions you remain fully in control of your own mind. All you need to do is want to change. You needn’t even believe you can change…that part is up to me to facilitate.
Claim back your life with BWRT. BWRT® is effective for helping to treat:
- Phobias and fears
- Stress or Depression
- Low self-esteem and confidence
- Relationship problems
- Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Weight management
Compulsive and addictive behaviour: including alcohol dependency, social media, binge eating, gambling, shopping, OCD, etc.
Change can be almost immediate – often in just three sessions*.
The background to BWRT®
In 1983 a scientist called Benjamin Libet made an amazing discovery. After lengthy testing he proved that all decisions are made by our physical brains around one third of a second before we are consciously aware of them. This is now a scientifically proven fact: we don’t have the degree of free will that we thought we had! The physical brain has no value judgements, it simply activates a pattern of behaviour that has been activated before in response to a certain stimulus. This all happens at amazing speed, where millions of neurons are fired up in our brain. So when it comes to situations and relationships – however much you want it to go well in your conscious mind, the brain has already sent data down the neural pathways identifying that that this is a ‘familiar’ situation and thus you respond in ‘the same old way’, which means that all those uncomfortable physical responses and feelings come flooding in!
‘BWRT®’ is a model of psychology and psychotherapy created by UK professional therapist, Terence Watts, MCGI. Only Certified Practitioners have been trained to deliver BWRT® and all have to adhere to a strict ethical code.
For some conditions BWRT® can only be used if you have written permission from your GP or consultant, including any condition where you are under supervision of a psychiatrist or mental health professional. This is to ensure that any medical treatment you may be undergoing will not conflict with BWRT® or vice versa. If you have any questions about this please call me for more information before booking a session.
Call me now for a free no obligation chat on 0161 374 0227 to see how BWRT® can help you.
*Dependant on the client and their issue