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WHAT EXACTLY IS BWRT?

BWRT was developed in 2011 by Terence Watts (assisted by his research partner, Rafiq Lockhat) and operates on the principle that our physical brains respond to events and make decisions even before we are physically aware of them. The brain, however, is adaptable and capable of learning in a fast and efficient way.

It is completely different from any form of conventional therapy since it does not ask unnecessary questions. It does not do “analysis paralysis”. It does not waste time. We are working with neurology and we are changing your neurology with neuroscience with a quick, painless and effective methodology.

BWRT also fits in with new thinking in the field of psychology. BWRT, like Mindfulness and Positive Psychology, tends to move away from the traditional pathology model of psychology where there is focused on what is wrong with a person. It rather focuses on where you want to be but just haven’t been able to.

HOW DOES BWRT WORK?

We learn something new by practicing it over and over again, BWRT uses the same principle to learn a new way of reacting and behaving via repetition, rehearsal and reflection of successes. In doing so the brain provides a new neural pathway network. It is about changing an undesired behavior in favor of a better behavior. BWRT also uses your own powerful imagination and thought processes.

Research shows there is a measurable wait (more than ⅓ second) between the moment the brain commences to act upon any stimulus and our becoming aware of that action – in other words, by the time we know what we’re doing, we’re already doing it and it’s old news as far as the physical brain is concerned. Remarkably, even the decision to change your mind about what you are doing is made before conscious awareness of that decision. BWRT allows us the opportunity to work in that interval between the commencement of an action and conscious awareness. This allows us the opportunity to negate destructive thought patterns so completely it’s as if they were never there.

In fact, immediately after the therapy is finished, the client can no longer feel any negative response to the usual trigger for their presenting symptom, no matter how hard it tries to ‘fire it up’.

This therapy is largely content-free, using the client’s own thought processes to get a release from the symptomatic pattern. There is a strict protocol which ensures maximum effectiveness and complete safety.

WHAT HAPPENS DURING A SESSION?

Your brain is like a computer. (By the way, all prototypes of computers are designed after the human brain). The memories in your brain is like software. These memories can cause problems if they are negative or unhealthy.  Your BWRT session is literally going to freeze the old software and install new, positive software.

You will then be guided through the process with your eyes closed and in a completely alert state, until you have reached your desired state. Although you are fully aware of what is going on, you may not really understand what your therapist is doing. Within 15-20 minutes during the process you will experience a fast, substantial and permanent relief of your symptoms.

In a session, you will be guided to use your own thoughts – without your therapist even knowing what those thoughts are. The process is completely logical, practical and down-to-earth. All it needs to be successful is for you to want to make positive changes in your life.

This is done in a special way to create a totally natural change that comes from within you rather than from suggestions made by your therapist.

CONDITIONS HELPED WITH BWRT​

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Post-tramatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Grief
  • Panic attacks
  • Stress
  • Fear 
  • Goal Setting

BWRT INTRODUCTION VIDEO

CONDITIONS HELPED WITH BWRT​

  • Changing habits
  • Smoking
  • Gambling
  • Eating, 
  • Drinking 
  • Self  Confidence 
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)