Anxiety Therapist in Windsor & West London
What is BWRT?
Well BWRT stands for Brain Working Recursive Therapy
Terence watts is the creator of BWRT and here’s what he has to say about it:
“I’m going to explain to you the way BWRT works it’s magic.
A man called Victor Frankel once said “between stimulus and response there is a space in that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.
He was absolutely right, as an experiment carried out many years later proved.
The experiment was conducted in 1983 by scientist named Benjamin Libet Who had his test subjects wired up to some electronic equipment.
They had to watch a dot moving round a dial a bit like a clock face and tell him what number the dot was on when they decided to press a button, and over and over again when they told him what number the dot was on the equipment had shown the brain had made a decision a third of a second earlier, and what looked like the thought about the decision was even earlier than that at half a second earlier.
This experiment has been replicated again and again even by Professor Stephen Hawking.
Because of this experiment we can be certain there is a cognitive gap, a space between stimulus and response where stuff goes on before the conscious mind knows about it.
Consider what happens when you accidentally knock something off the shelf.
Without stopping to think about it your hands shoots out to try and stop it falling.
And what about when somebody tosses something towards you?
You don’t think about it you just try to catch it. It’s not a decision and it’s not free will.
It’s your brain reacting without any conscious thoughts at all. Instinct, if you like.
Now think about what happens if you have a phobia or anxiety or some other psychological process you could do without.
The mind spots something and acts on it instantly and is already doing its thing before you have a chance to do anything about it. And all you can do then just wait for it to calm down.
Which can seem like a lifetime!
That’s where BWRT comes in. Where most therapies try to work with whatever the brain is doing after it started doing it, BWRT gets right into that cognitive gap and stops it in its tracks, before it gets anywhere near the conscious mind.
You might be wondering how we do that?…
Well, in the normal way, while the conscious part of the brain is experiencing one thing another part the part you don’t really know about is already working on what happens next.
So we use a special technique that creates a pause in the whole process for a split second, then you think how are you want to feel instead and we help you with that, and we set the whole thing rolling again with the new thought or feeling firmly in place, so your problem is sorted at the speed of thought.
Yes, it all sounds too good and too easy to be true but there are now thousands of people worldwide who will tell you it really does work!
BWRT is quickly sorting out all manner of human problems.… Including anxiety, phobias, beers, sexual difficulties, addictions of all sorts, OCD, PTSD and loads more besides.
BWRT is very fast acting and because of this you won’t be in therapy for years or even months sometimes it’s only a single or session or two actually.
So you can get back to your life being how you’d like to.”
I’ve been using BWRT for years now and it is incredibly effective at removing even the most stubborn stuck patterns and behaviours.
send me a message to find out how BWRT can help you.
Revolutionary Solutions For Age-old Problems
Some of the techniques I use include the Havening Techniques®, Psy-tap and N.L.P. BWRT.
Feel free to take a closer look at these therapies to find out how they work and the amazing results that can be achieved using them.
If you would me to help you please send me a message and we can get started bringing about your best life.
Therapist working in Windsor and west London and Online so no-matter where you are I can help you.
- Generalised Anxiety Disorder.
- Health Anxiety.
- Panic Attacks.
- Performance Anxiety.
- Fear of flying.
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
- They can all be removed!