BWRT® stands for ‘BrainWorking Recursive Therapy®’, a model of psychology and psychotherapy created by UK professional therapist, Terence Watts, MCGI. It’s a totally confidential method that doesn’t require you to reveal your private information or personal secrets to your therapist, and is carried out in a completely conscious state. It doesn’t use hypnosis or any mystical concepts - it’s completely logical, practical and down-to-earth, and only needs you to know what you want to change in your life for it be completely successful. Only Certified Practitioners have been trained to deliver BWRT® and all have to adhere to a strict ethical code. Find out more at https://www.bwrt.org
We know that information about the world is encoded into electrical signals. These are passed around the brain, stimulating patterns of activity in the neurons. It is generally accepted that our conscious experience is a result of this activity, which the brain somehow translates to its activity and thus leads to what we experience (thoughts, feelings and actions. BWRT®, creates a new response pattern to patterns of activity in the neurons witch might have caused distress or discomfort in the past. In doing so, we allow new neural pathways and connections to be formed and new response to be evoked instead of the old established pattern.
BWRT® is unlike in other therapies as we can influence most psychologically based symptoms often in a much shorter time than other therapies. Within BWRT® we use concepts of neuro-science in a quick, painless and effective way.
Unlike other therapies, BWRT® does not focus on the cause of a problem. BWRT® focuses on what you want to do or feel, but just has not been able to do on your own.
BWRT® practitioners employ a technique called 'Recursive Looping' to condition the way the brain responds to triggers. BWRT® is one of the fastest and most effective therapies around.
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Brain activity can generally be divided into two categories, unconscious processes, and conscious experience.
That which we are consciously aware of and experience and that which we are not (such as habits). Either way what we think or feel is in some way initiated by our brain. Benjamin Libet was a scientist who in 1983 conducted experiments which concluded that the brain signals were changing before the person became consciously aware of a sensation or urge to act (https://youtu.be/OjCt-L0Ph5o)
So we think we make a conscious decision to do something, but in actual fact, some impulses in the brain have already been sent through the central nervous system a fraction of a second before we become aware in our conscious mind that something is happening. It’s all about the speed of the nerve paths in the brain, and they work much, much faster than we can consciously think, which is why one name for the process is ‘subconscious’.
That’s also how instincts, reflexes and habits work – the brain works out in a split second what action to take and starts it off.