Rapid Transformational Results with BrainWorking Recursive Therapy®

BrainWorking Recursive Therapy®, also known as BWRT®, is a modern and very effective type of psychological therapy based on the latest knowledge of how the brain works.  BWRT® helps people to change their thought and behaviour patterns when faced with certain situations or stimuli, thus allowing them to achieve desired changes to habits, behaviours, emotions or even sense of identity.

I am very pleased to be able to offer my clients access to BWRT®, which can be carried out either face to face or online¹.   I am an Advanced BWRT® practitioner, and was a founder member of the British BrainWorking Research Society, which was established to continue researching new methodologies and outcomes using BWRT® principles.

What is BWRT® and how does it work?
BWRT® is a talking therapy that involves no state change such as hypnosis or trance, nor does it involve any physical intervention or touch.  It is unlike any form of therapy you may have experienced before.  However is simple, safe and effective and often very quick.  You will work with a BWRT® practitioner such as myself who will help you to access and implement the changes you wish to  make at a neurological level, taking advantage of the brain’s plasticity (ability to change the way it processes information, thoughts or feelings).  This is all done by using your own creativity and brain power!  You will be guided through the process, which is relatively simple and fast.

What can BWRT® help with?
BWRT® can provide relief from a wide range of problems – from unwanted habits,  irrational phobias or fears to behavioural or emotional problems.  BWRT® can also help to address anxiety, performance or exam nerves. Advanced (Level 2) BWRT® can help to address more deeply ingrained issues related to how you see yourself (identity) including confidence, self-esteem, motivation or self image problems.

How long does it take?
Many people see good results following just one session; sometimes it takes a little longer, but rarely more than 2 or 3 sessions for an individual problem.  If the problem you want to resolve is more deeply rooted or is connected to how you see yourself, then I may advise using the Advanced BWRT® protocol (Level 2) which is a minimum 4 week programme with a session once per week.  Again, more follow up sessions may be required, but I will guide you throughout and let you know what to expect at all stages.

How can I find out more?
Just get in touch with me for a chat.  I’d be happy to answer your questions about BWRT®.  A BWRT® session costs the same as a counselling or hypnosis session (see my fees here) though results may be obtained more quickly.  If I feel that the issue you wish to address may not be suitable for BWRT® I will let you know and discuss other options with you.

Further information provided by the British BrainWorking Research Society:
BWRT® is a modern model of psychology and psychotherapy created by UK professional therapist, Terence Watts, MCGI. It uses a totally logical, practical and down-to-earth working method in which it’s not necessary for you to talk about anything you would rather not discuss – the practitioner only needs to know how you feel and how you would prefer to feel instead. BWRT® is unlike any other therapy you might have heard of or read about, using the latest discoveries in neuroscience coupled with your own unique brain processes to help you get better. Only Certified Practitioners have been trained to deliver BWRT® and all have to adhere to a strict ethical code. Find out more information on our website: https://www.bbrs.org.uk/index.php

In this video Terence Watts MCGI talks about the discovery and development of BWRT®:


¹ I will advise whether or not it is suitable to work online, depending on your circumstances.  Online consultations will normally by by Zoom and clients must accept the potential limitations to confidentiality of using that platform.


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