Psychological Response to Physiological Conditions

This is a very new field for BrainWorking Recursive Therapy® to extend into, and, as such, this area is still undergoing development.

As of January 2017, I will be taking part on the first taught course of the Master Level BWRT® and, as such, I will be looking for people to volunteer with a student and come and see me for free.

We have been told that BWRT® can work exceptionally well with the psychological response to physiological conditions. So, in everyday translation, it can help with how you view and perceive a physical illness.

This will be one for you if you have

~An autoimmune condition (such as Crohn’s Disease, IBD, Ulcerative Colitis, Coeliac Disease, as well as less common ones)
~IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
~Pain issues
~CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome)
~Lowered immune system

It also works well if you would like to enhance your performance (such as sporting ability).

As stated on the BWRT® website

Please note: BWRT Level 3 is not designed to work directly at any physiological illness itself and does not promise or offer a ‘cure’ for any physiological ilness. BWRT Level 3 is not intended as an alternative to conventional medicine but rather as an adjunct to conventional treatment. It is the responsibility of BWRT Practitioners to ensure that clients/volunteers understand that this is not a medical treatment and is designed solely to improve the psychological wellbeing of those to whom the therapy is applied. Any reference to physical organs in the body or the action of those physical organs is intended solely to focus the client’s psychological processes on that part of the physical body.’

If you are interested in this, then please do get in contact, so we can talk through your free set of sessions.

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