BWRT in the Media
BWRT has been featured many times in various media, some of which are listed here.
The Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal, BACP, October 2022: Mind the Gap
Wellbeing Magazine Two simple tricks to fall asleep easily
Muscle and Health magazine (print) – 22 August 2022 – BWRT-NET has been featured as a new fitness trend to help you ‘think yourself fit’ in the fall issue of the global magazine.
Woman magazine (print) – 15th August 2022 – ‘We rewrote our lives after 50’ Kate Osmaston, a BWRT practitioner tells her story of how she finally feels able to live life to the full thanks to a little help with BWRT-NET'
Patient – How to deal with the death of a pet
National Council for Hypnotherapy magazine – review of the book ‘Reboot your life with BWRT’
Somerset County Gazette BrainWorking Recursive Therapy NET helps Taunton woman
Financial Times ‘Until my mid-twenties, I was scared of the dark’
Men’s Fitness magazine Understanding PTSD, Who It Can Affect & How To Get Help
BBC CWR – Coventry Warwickshire – How Warwickshire mum and former police detective – Hannah Bailey overcame cancer diagnosis with BWRT. 10-minute interview with Letitia George
Surrey Life magazine – BWRT & NET named as new wellness trends for 2022
Heath and Well-Being Magazine “How to overcome your phobia” – BWRT therapists share tips on overcoming your fears and Hannah Bailey, BWRT practitioner from Blue Light Wellbeing shares her story of how she overcame her fear of flying thanks to BWRT (page 116)
Your Healthy Living Magazine: Keeping your brain healthy. Terence provides tips on keeping your brain active to improve memory.
Thrive Global: “Articles By BWRT creator Terence Watts”
Connaught Telegraph: “Mayo therapist uses pioneering therapy to help tackle mental health ticking time bomb”
BDaily Business News: “Leeds health and fitness therapist sees 50% client increase”
Happiful Magazine: “How to tell a partner you want to attend therapy!”
Woman & Home Magazine: “Why can’t I sleep? An expert reveals what could be keeping you awake at night”
In Refinery29: “The Surprising Benefits Of Warmth For Trauma Survivors”
On UK's Channel 4 TV: "Steph's Packed Lunch"
In the Academic Publication: "The Bright Side of Shame"
Presented at the Biological Psychiatrists World Congress: "The Epigenetic Underpinnings of BWRT"
Daily Mail: "Wipeout Lifelong Phobias"
The Mail&Guardian: "Thought Leader"
Top Sante magazine:"BrainWorking Recursive Therapy"
New Statesman: "BWRT In South Africa"
Psychreg.org: "BrainWorking Recursive Therapy"
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