BWRT - BrainWorking Recursive Therapy®
BWRT has been developed based on the latest understandings from neuroscience on how the neural pathways work, and the concept of the Triune Brain. There is no hypnosis involved and the client is in control of the content and process throughout. Since its inception, it has been developed further in its breadth of use. It now boasts a long list of commonly-faced challenges where positive results are being achieved for clients, more rapidly than traditional therapy expectations. Listed below are a few of the issues clients are receiving help for.
BWRT® General Psychopathology (level 1)
BWRT Level 1 has been achieving fantastic results for clients whose issues are due to an automatic pattern of thought, feeling and behaviour. In these cases, clients are often aware of the triggers and yet can struggle to change their automatic response to it. The issue is the discomfort arising from the automated emotional response.
Examples of fear, anxiety or discomfort responses are:
Fear of performing, flying, driving etc.
Generalised Anxiety Disorder
Fear of failure
Grief, prolonged or acute
This level of BWRT can also help with issues such as:
Low self-worth and feeling less than others
Achieving specific goals and wishes
…and plenty more.
BWRT® Psychology of Identity and Behaviour (level 2)
BWRT Level 2 builds on level 1 adding in the more complex dynamic of how we identify with who we are. The challenges being faced are often more deep-rooted and include a negative self-identity which is locked into the very behaviour that is troubling the client. Examples of this are:
Addictions such as alcohol, gambling, porn, substances
Obsessive and Compulsive Disorder
Deep-rooted self-perceptions that diminish a person’s sense of empowerment.
Reactive depression (i.e. triggered by a specific event or issue).
Please note: – therapy for these does not negate or replace the need for medical interventions such as detox routines. Clients wishing to reduce or come off medication are advised to consult with the GP before starting therapy.