BrainWorking Recursive Therapy (BWRT®)

BWRT® stands for ‘BrainWorking Recursive Therapy®’

According to Rafiq Lockhat, Clinical Psychologist and former Senior Lecturer at the Department of Psychology, University of Western Cape, SA:
“BWRT is, in my opinion, the most radically transformative discovery to hit the established world of psychotherapy since Freud. It has revolutionised the way psychopathology is conceptualised and the way psychotherapy is done.
BWRT works because it is a psychotherapy that is grounded entirely in Neuroscience and what that brain actually does with information. And the best part is that we have not even come close to discovering the range of conditions that BWRT® can be applied and adapted to.
It allows a ‘core of privacy’ so that you do not have to divulge anything you would rather not talk about – in fact, the practitioner only needs to know how you feel and how you would prefer to feel instead. BWRT® is a completely new and different therapy based on the latest discoveries about the way the brain works and how it affects our moods, behaviour and emotions. Only certified practitioners are allowed to deliver BWRT ® and must adhere to adhere to a strict Code of Ethics.

Session 1 begins with getting to know you, the challenges you are facing and how we can work together to achieve your desired outcome. You may be surprised to know that most people are a bit anxious when they come for the first time.  That is normal.  Rest assured that I am friendly, approachable, non-judgmental and totally committed to doing whatever I can to help you.

1)     BrainWorking Recursive Therapy

2)     Counselling

3)     Hypnosis and Analysis

4)     For those of us who would like some tangible direction in life, Coaching is very effective.

 BWRT Coaching

This is an exciting and dynamic process that helps you work on almost any issue where guidance and ‘hand holding’ are required. It is particularly effective when you are at a ‘crossroads’ in life; from career planning to facing retirement. It helps you to consider alternatives that were previously unrecognised or untested.