Level 1 Training
BWRT® has been described by Rafiq Lockhat, Clinical Psychologist, past Senior Lecturer Dept.Psychology, University of Western Cape, SA, and he says:
"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 not someone’s personal theory but a psychotherapy 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.
In years to come Terence Watts will be recognised as the genius who made psychotherapy simpler, better, faster and more accessible to populations who previously were not able to get maximum benefits from psychotherapy.
A truly exciting new world of infinite possibilities awaits those of us working in the domain of Psychology and Psychotherapy."
Our very first and only Ireland based training took place in Castlebar, County Mayo, on the 10th and 11th June, 2017. It was a great success, and the students left feeling inspired, motivated and looking forward to using BWRT in their practices. To add your name to our list for next course, please fill out the contact form below.
To find out more about BWRT® you can visit the Academy website here, and the British BrainWorking Research Society here. As you might expect, the training is thorough and provides a rapid method to work with, among many other issues:
If you're a hypnotherapist, psychotherapist, counsellor, psychiatrist, clinical psychologist and would like to train in BWRT, please get in touch. There are practitioners worldwide, including the UK, USA, Ireland, Italy, France, Denmark, Norway, South Africa, UAE, Bahrain, Dubai, India, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Luxembourg, Germany, Canada, Finland, Serbia, Spain, Turkey, Sweden.
Your BWRT Level 1 and 2 training courses are held in Lough Lannagh Holiday Village, located on the Old Westport Road, Castlebar, County Mayo, in the West of Ireland.
The driving distance from Dublin to Castlebar is 245 km. Trains to Castlebar operate daily from Dublin’s Heuston Station or you can get an express bus from the central bus station, Busarus. Lough Lannagh Village is less than 2 km from train station and a short walk to the town bus stop.
There is a limited bus service to Galway City and from there to Castlebar.
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Photos from the very first and only BWRT Training in Ireland, June 10th and 11th 2017!
Your BWRT Level 1 and 2 training courses are held in Castlebar, County Mayo, in the West of Ireland.
Lough Lannagh Village is conveniently located only 47 km from Ireland West Airport in Knock.
The next online training starts on January 30th, 2018 and details can be found here.
The first Level 2 Ireland based training takes place on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th May, 2018.