BrainWorking Recursive Therapy: The "Spectacular" Treatment for Mental Health

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 does not require you to reveal your private information or personal secrets to your therapist and it is carried out in a completely conscious state. It does not use hypnosis or any concepts that might be considered mystical or unscientific - it’s completely logical, practical and down-to-earth, and for it to succeed, it only needs you to know what you want to change in your life. Only Certified Practitioners have been trained to deliver BWRT® and all have to adhere to a strict ethical code. Find out more at

Are you struggling with depression, anxiety, PTSD, or other mental health challenges? You're not alone. Millions of people in the UK face these issues, and traditional therapies often fall short. But there's a new approach gaining traction: Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT).

What is BWRT?

BWRT is a science-based therapy that reconditions neural pathways in the brain. Ever wish you could reset your brain and ditch unwanted anxieties, fears, or bad habits? Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT) isn't magic, but it uses science to rewire your brain's pathways and potentially help you do just that.

What is BWRT?

Developed by British therapist Terence Watts, BWRT is a form of talk therapy based on neuroscience. It focuses on changing how your brain reacts to specific triggers and past experiences. Think of it like rewiring a circuit to stop a flickering light – except it's your neural pathways instead of wires.

How does it work?

Here's the simplified version:

  1. Talk it out: You discuss the issue you want to tackle with a trained BWRT therapist.

  2. Identify the trigger: You'll work together to pinpoint the specific thought, feeling, or situation that sparks your unwanted reaction.

  3. Brain rewire: Through conversation and specific techniques, the therapist guides you through a process that aims to alter how your brain processes the trigger. Think of it as creating a new, healthier pathway for your brain.

  4. Test drive: You'll test the new "circuit" by exposing yourself to the trigger in a safe and controlled environment.

Why is it "spectacular"?

  • Scientifically Grounded: Unlike some alternative therapies, BWRT is based on solid scientific principles.

  • Fast Relief: BWRT often resolves issues in just one session, compared to weeks or months with other therapies.

  • Permanent Change: It's not just a quick fix. BWRT produces lasting results with a low relapse rate (over 99%).

  • No Painful Reliving: Unlike EMDR, BWRT doesn't require you to "sit with" your trauma. It's a gentle and effective process.

  • Wide Range of Applications: BWRT treats a variety of conditions, from depression and anxiety to OCD, phobias, and even PTSD.

Compare it to other therapies:

  • CBT: Effective, but with a higher relapse rate than BWRT.

  • EMDR: This can be painful and requires reliving trauma.

  • EFT: Unconventional and may not be for everyone.

  • Hypnotherapy: Effective for some, but not all.

Is BWRT available on the NHS?

Yes, some NHS psychologists already use BWRT, and it's gaining positive attention. But it's not yet widely available.

Don't suffer in silence. BWRT could be the key to unlocking a happier, healthier life. Take the first step today and reclaim your well-being.

Call to Action:

Together, we can make BWRT a standard treatment for mental health in the UK and Worldwide.