The BWRT Creed
Registered BWRT Practitioners adhere rigidly to this creed and will seek professional guidance from senior BWRT Mentors where they deem it to be advisable or necessary.
The BWRT ethos is that the wellbeing of the client is paramount and therefore the BWRT Practitioner will ensure a constancy of demeanour and diligent application of their skills in the pursuit of that wellbeing.
The BWRT Practitioner knows that nobody can control what they think or how they feel, only their response to such thoughts or feelings, and is therefore non-judgemental. They will apply their skills appropriately and without criticism to relieve distress and foster wellbeing.
Everybody has thoughts and feelings they prefer to keep to themselves and the BWRT Practitioner will not insist they be divulged. On very rare occasions, it is beneficial to explore such thoughts and feelings, but the Practitioner will make every effort to avoid that need.
Terence Watts, January 25, 2023