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What is BWRT and how it can help you

BWRT, short for Brain Working Recursive Therapy, is a form of psychotherapy that is designed to resolve emotional and psychological issues. It was created by Terence Watts, a British psychotherapist in 2011 and is now wdely used amongst the global community of psychotherapists, psychologists and councsellors.


BWRT works on the principle of neural pathways. Our brains create these pathways from everything we learn and experience. Each time we think about these experiences or learnings, we are essentially traveling down these pathways. The more we travel down a certain pathway, the stronger it becomes. Therefore, if you have a negative thought or behavior that you repeat often, the neural pathway for this thought or behavior becomes very strong.


BWRT is essentially a process of rerouting these neural pathways. It encourages the brain to find a different, more positive pathway. For example, if you have a fear of spiders, each time you see a spider, your brain travels down the "fear" pathway.  BWRT encourages your brain to find a different pathway, perhaps one of curiosity or indifference.


BWRT is different from other types of therapy because it aims to change these pathways without the need for you to talk through or relive traumatic experiences. It can be a quick process, with many people reporting positive results after just one or two sessions.


BWRT can help with a wide variety of issues, including:

- Anxiety and panic attacks

- Phobias

- Depression

- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

- Grief

- Low self-esteem

- Addiction

- Eating disorder

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