Here are a few of the questions you might want to ask...
Q: Will I have to relive my fears?
A: No - BWRT isn't used like that. In fact, the practitioner doesn't even have to know what your exact fear is. You might only say something like: "I have these panic attacks..." and that's all the practitioner needs to know.
Q: Are there any unpleasant side effects?
A: There are no lasting side effects. Some people feel slightly 'disconnected' for a few seconds - no longer - as the brain lets go of the problem at the end of the session.
Q: How many sessions will I need?
A: One of the great things about BWRT is its speed. Often, a single session is sufficient to resolve your problems. It's rare for there to be a need for more than 4 sessions.
Q: Does it always work?
A: Unfortunately there's not a therapy in the world that can make that claim but BWRT® comes close.
Q: Can it work for performance enhancement?
A: It certainly can. Whether it's for athletics, business, relationships, driving, exams or anything else where you need to give your best, BWRT can be effectively employed.
Q: Are all practitioners properly trained?
A: Yes, they are; many go on to be registered with The British BrainWorking research Society (https://www.bbrs.org.uk) which means they have to maintain continual professional development. But everybody listed on this site has received the full training.
Q: What happens in a session?
A: After getting some details from you, the practitioner will explain how BWRT works and then it's on into the therapy itself. This stops the troubling response in its tracks so that the brain then waits for better information - that will come from your own mind based on what you want, rather than as in most therapies where it's often based on what the therapist thinks you should have. This is why BWRT is so effective. We use your own brain processes to create the processes you want instead of you having to put up with the ones that are giving you problems.
Q: But how do you do that?
A: We start by 'freezing' the troubling thoughts then we employ a technique called 'Recursive Looping' to condition the way the brain responds to triggers. BWRT is the only therapy (as at July 2017) to work in this manner, making it one of the fastest and most effective therapies around.