Brain Working Recursive Therapy BWRT®

Brain working recursive therapy In the USA and other regions where ‘therapy’ is a restricted term, it is an innovative new concept of working with negative and destructive thought patterns, completely unlike anything that has gone before it. I am a trained Brain working recursive therapist BWRT®. It presents an entirely new view of the subconscious mind – one that is extremely ‘user friendly’ and easy for the client to understand – as well as an elegant way of providing psychotherapy that gets easily beneath the Conscious Critical Faculty.

There is so much in this new methodology that can be used as a ‘stand alone’ to enhance almost every other work methodology!

It’s not hypnosis or a deriviative of hypnotherapy and although it works to release trapped emotional responses, it’s ‘content free’ in that the client doesn’t have to tell the therapist what they’re thinking. Suitable for all personality types, including those who are automatically resistant, it excels when help is needed for a huge variety of issues including:

  • Commitment Anxiety
  • Phobias, Fears and Anxiety
  • Success Inhibition
  • Fear of failure
  • Binge eating/drinking
  • All types of Performance Anxiety
  • Self Worth/Self-Confidence Issues
  • Fear of Authority
  • Relationship Issues
  • Grief
  • OCD
  • PTSD

Brain working recursive therapy BWRT® is Based around proven scientific concepts.

This technique provides flawless and easy-to-understand explanations of why we are apparently powerless to stop doing things that are destructive to us and our well being. It allows effortless ‘reprogramming’ of learned negative constructs and even makes it possible to change emotional memory and associated complex behaviour patterns.

‘BrainWorking Recursive Therapy’ is not a ‘rehash’ of WSN, SD, CBT, NLP, EFT, TFT, EMDR, Hypnosis or anything else – it’s a unique and highly exciting new concept, unlike anything you will ever have done before.

 What is working recursive therapy BWRT®?

There are many different types of therapy available these days but BWRT® is unique. It’s totally safe and often needs only one session to resolve even apparently impossible problems. Sometimes, people are reluctant to get the help that can help them live happier lives, just because they hate the idea of being “in therapy.” But BWRT® bears little, if any resemblance to conventional therapy.

Whatever your difficulty, it’s highly likely that Brain working recursive therapy BWRT® will set you totally free from it. It draws on the latest research into the the function of the brain and the way patterns of thought affect our well being – so if you know just how you WANT to be and feel but just haven’t been able to, then Brain working recursive therapy BWRT® can help – and quickly.

Better still, you don’t need to discuss intimate details of your life with me unless you want to. All I need to know is what’s not working in your life. You won’t be asked to talk about your sex-life, childhood, relationships or anything else you would rather keep private.

No matter what time of life you’re in, Brain working recursive therapy BWRT® can help you actually choose the way you want to feel about almost anything. I’ve come to call it a “get out of jail free card” for anyone who is struggling with triggers that result in anxiety or other unwanted responses that have become established over time.

Here is a testimonial from one of my clients from the UK with whom I did a Skype session:

I had been carrying a financial and security fear on my shoulder due to the personal effects of the economic crash in 2008. One session of BWRT® freed me of this paralysis and I recognized that despite the passing years I had been experiencing the shock as if it were only yesterday. A new job opportunity arose within one week of our session. This could be classed as coincidence, but for me it was a miracle brought about because I was now freed to explore the world and be open to new possibilities. I had found myself again. I really can’t thank you enough.

BWRT Training is approved by the British Psychological Society Learning Centre for the purposes of Continuing Professional Development (CPD)


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