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All our practitioners have been personally trained and vetted by the originator of BWRT® or others appointed by the originator because of their high-level of expertise in this style of working, so you can be certain of working with a professional therapist. Only members who have passed a professional assessment of their skills will be able to show you a certificate confirming their BWRT® training.
There are currently three training levels in BWRT®. Level 1 works effectively with all forms of fears, phobias and generalised anxiety disorders; Level 2 is best to work with complex issues like dependencies and other deep-rooted personal issues such as self-destructive behaviour; Level 3 provides help with chronic debilitating physical illness and other serious issues. The Level any practitioner has reached is shown on their entry.
Associate Member: Members at this grade have all been fully trained and assessed for their expertise on completion of their training. They are considered competent to assist with a wide range of presenting issues.
Registered Practitioner: Members at this grade have been fully trained and assessed for their expertise. They are competent to assist with a wide range of presenting issues, including phobias, fears and all forms of anxiety and have committed to Continual Professional Development and supervision to access the latest developments in therapy.
Registered Advanced Practitioner: Members at this grade have taken advanced training in Level 2, possibly also Level 3, and are able to help effectively with more difficult situations such as dependencies, destructive habits and other deep-rooted personal issues. They have committed to Continual Professional Development and supervision to access the latest developments in therapy.
Registered Accredited Practitioner: This is the highest level of membership and the practioner will have undergone extensive training and will have years of experience of working with all manner of complex issues, from simple phobias to complicated personal issues. They have committed to Continual Professional Development and supervision to access the latest developments in therapy.
During a session of BWRT®, the practitioner will ask you a few questions about your background and what has brought you to see them. The more complex the siutation, the more questions they might ask but they will not ask you to reveal any secrets or intimate details of your life that you do not wish to divulge.* It's fair to say, though, they will need to know something of your background to ensure BWRT is the right therapy for you and will advise accordingly.
This is essentially a private therapy in which you only have to be able to tell the practitioner how you feel and how you would like to feel instead. For instance, you might say something like: "Social situations scare me half to death!" and the practitioner would then ask if you can think how you would like to feel instead. If you can, they will get straight to work; if you can't, they will help you decide - and again, you will never have to reveal any details you really don't want to.*
It really is that simple and that private!
BWRT® doesn't use hypnosis or anything that might be considered by some to be mystical or unscientific - it is a science-based, totally grounded methodology that deals with uncomfortable emotional or psychological triggers before you are even aware of them. The practitioner will explain fully how the process works and you will have to do very little more than keep focused on how you want to be when the work is complete... and that could be the same day you started!
Please note: All practitioners, both 'Associate' and 'Registered' members are also skilled in other styles of working so that on the rare occasion that this style of work is not the best for your difficulty, they will be able to advise accordingly and offer an alternative therapy. All BrainWorking Recursive Therapy® professional therapists have been properly trained in this specific therapy and hold certification to show this. If a therapist does not hold such certification, they may have not been officially trained by the Terence Watts BWRT Institute and may not be genuine BWRT® Professionals.
*Where there has been evident trauma, minimal details might sometimes need to be discussed ro ensure the best possible result of therapy.