BWRT is the abbreviation for BrainWorking Recursive Therapy, and is by far the fastest growing new therapy in the Western world.
Created by therapist Terence Watts, who has more than 25 years of experience in the field of therapy, BWRT was born in 2011.
This process accounted for a huge number of the psychological difficulties which so many people have had to put up with, and with some research it could provide the basis for a profound therapeutic intervention.
Research into BWRT
The research intially began when reading about the 1983 experiments of Benjamin Libet, that the key to the entire puzzle could lie here.
After extensive testing, a training programme was implemented and rapidly gained the reputation among many therapists as a ‘must have’ process for working with all manner of issues.
Rapid expansion for BWRT
In March 2015, permission was granted by the UK Secretary of State to use the designation ‘Institute’ as a result of the research and scientific base of the BWRT® process.
In September 2016 the Institute was renamed as The British BrainWorking Research Society again as a result of the amount of research carried. Because of this, the Institute of BrainWorking Recursive Therapy was re-founded in April 2017 in order to continue to teach the process.