World Congress for BrainWorking Recursive Therapy “a resounding success.”

On May 11th and 12th The BWRT Institute held its Seventh Annual BWRT World Congress at the De Vere Wokefield Estate in Reading.

BWRT® – BrainWorking Recursive Therapy – is based in neuroscience and is designed to get a fast and permanent fix from issues such as anxiety, phobias, fears, anxiety, depression, addiction, trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD.)

Developed by Terence Watts in 2011 after 35,000 hours of experience working with clients, it is determinedly solution-focused and evidence-based, thus fulfils the requirements of modern therapies.

BWRT® has been referred to as the “silver bullet therapists have been looking for.”

It is currently used by 2,500+ psychiatrists, psychologists and therapists worldwide to treat a range of conditions.

The Institute’s World Congress brought together leading experts and practitioners from around the globe to discuss the latest advancements and applications of BrainWorking Recursive Therapy (BWRT).

Speakers and delegates came from across the UK, US, Canada, Switzerland, France, South Africa and Albania.

The 2024 World Congress featured an impressive lineup of speakers, including Terrence Watts – Founder of BWRT and renowned psychotherapist.

Mr Watts delivered the keynote address, providing insights into the latest developments in BWRT and its expanding role in mental health treatment.

Other speakers included:

Day 1:

Rafiq Lockhat, the Director of BWRT South Africa and a Clinical Psychologist and trainer with over 30 years of experience.

Dr. Haroon Essa – from South Africa is a practising Clinical Psychologist for 25 years.·

Barbara Shead – BWRT and Nutritional Therapist·

Kirsten Penderis – Counsellor & Wellbeing Coach and BrainWorking Recursive Therapy practitioner.

June Hale – Advanced BWRT practitioner

Day 2

Quaraisha Baig – Clinical psychologist and BWRT practitioner based in South Africa·

Anne Morrison – BWRT practitioner·

Annalisa Manca – BWRT practitioner·

Jacqueline Sayer-Noble – BWRT practitioner·

Adelina Pjetra – Clinical psychologist from Albania

Julie Watts, Director of The BWRT Institute said: “The Seventh Annual BWRT World Congress was a resounding success, exemplifying the growing impact and importance of BrainWorking Recursive Therapy in the global mental health landscape.

“Bringing together practitioners from diverse regions, such as the UK, US, Canada, Switzerland, France, South Africa, and Albania, underscores the significance of this event.

“It’s crucial for BWRT professionals to have the opportunity to convene, share insights and advance their skills. The knowledge exchanged and connections made here will undoubtedly enhance the practice of BWRT worldwide.”

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