BWRT® stand for BrainWorking Recursive Therapy. It is a new and effective therapy based on the latest scientific research on how the human brain works. Recursive refers to the looping process that concentrates and focuses your thoughts, reinforcing those changes you are making and replacing your old response with your preferred respons pattern.
BWRT® works by using the natural processes and the way that your own brain works on a daily basis to replacing the behaviour or emotion with your preferred response pattern. Many therapies work on the response after it has occured but BWRT® deals with the problem, before you are even consciously aware of it. For more information on how BWRT® works, please click here
BWRT® developed in 2011 and current research suggests that the results are permanent with no relapse or replacement with other symptoms.
BWRT® is an exceptionally private form of therapy. Your practitioner will only require enough information to be able to assess that this is a suitable treatment for you - they will ask a few questions about your background and what has brought you to see them - but they will not ask you to reveal any secrets or intimate details of your life and there will be no need to dig extensively into painful situations from the past.
BWRT® is a fast way of working with many different psychological problems. In many cases the results are almost immediate, it will completely alleviate symptoms in just a single session - though if several symptoms or trigger situations are present, you may require more than one session. Advanced treatments usually take place over 4 or more sessions, and sometimes a monthly support session is recommended for a short while to monitor progress.
I work from clinics in Skipton, Northallerton and Harrogate. I also offer therapy using Skype, which means that I may be able to treat you wherever you are based in the world, providing you have a good internet connection and can speak English.
Your practitioner will usually start with an assessment where you will be asked to share some basic information such as basic medical information - this is to ensure that this treatment is suitable for you and there is nothing to prevent it taking place. You will be asked to share how you feel and whether you can imagine how you would like to feel instead. If so, we can get straight to work. If not, your practitioner will help you to decide how you want to feel.