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BRAIN WORKING RECURSIVE TECHNIQUE 

‘BWRT®’ stands for ‘Brain Working Recursive Technique® a method of working with personal issues created by UK professional practitioner, Terence Watts, ( a therapist, teacher, and writer with a long history of creating innovative therapeutic intervention).

It is completely logical, practical and down-to-earth, and for it to succeed only needs you to know what you want to change in your life.

BWRT® though represents a major event in psychotherapy and is rapidly growing in popularity

BWRT®working  effectively with a great number of human problems and difficulties, including:

ADDICTIONS ANXIETY EATING DISORDER
DEPRESSION ANGER GENERALISED ANXIETY DISORDER (G.A.D.)
SOCIAL PHOBIA PTSD(POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER) OCD
WEIGHT MANAGEMENT HABITS RELATIONSHIP PROBLEMS
STRESS FEARS PERSONAL CONFIDENCE
  • Why we sometimes can’t stop ourselves doing things.
  • Why we sometimes feel that we just cannot do something we would really like to.
  • Why we so often limit ourselves from getting on with life.
  • Why we sometimes give up on something without even trying properly to do it.
  • Why we sometimes fear something when there’s no real reason to do so.
  • Why some situations ‘trigger’ uncomfortable feelings, even though we have no idea why.
  • Why therapy doesn’t always work as we want it to.

Terence Watts is from the UK and was in South Africa in 2015

Leonie was fortunate enough to do Level 2 training with Terence in Johannesburg

This is the interview Terence had with Expresso in Cape Town on his first visit to South Africa

 

 

Leonie is the first in Bloemfontein, Free State South Africa who has done this  Advanced level 3 training with Terence 

This  Research falls under the British Brain Working Research Society.

There is nothing else like BWRT. It is unique and inspired by the noble prize winner Benjamin Libet in 1983, that proved that we do not have a free will the way we think of it, which is precisely why we all encounter so many ‘’Why on earth did I do/say that’’? Or ‘’Why do I have to feel like this’’?Libet’s experiment showed that there is a measurable wait (more than 1/3 second!) between the moment the brain commences to act upon any stimulus and WE becoming aware of that action- in other words, by the time we know what we are doing, we are already doing it and it’s old news as far as the physical brain is concerned.

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 to negate destructive thought patterns so completely as if they were never there.

After a session, the client can no longer feel any negative response to the usual trigger for their presenting symptom, no matter how hard they try. The therapy is largely content-free, using the client’s own thought process to effect a release from the symptomatic patterns and using a strict protocol maximizes effectiveness and complete safety.

A Clinical Psychologist in South Africa Mr. Rafiq Lockhat (Terence Watts’) research partner, has used extensive testing on BWRT and is now the major therapy that he uses in his clinic.

The session’s dependent on the complexity of the issues.

Leonie is a Certified Practitioner that has been trained to deliver BWRT® and adhere to a strict ethical code.
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Leonie also consults in Skype\Online sessions for people that cannot get to her office.