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The Annual World Congress


Saturday and Sunday, October 9th & 10th, 2021


Live and Online This Year

Once again, uncertainty over International Travel, social distancing, unexpected waves of infection and so on means that the physical congress cannot run this year - so we will be delivering a Virtual Congress this year and a full Physical Event in May 2022.

The full programme of 13 top presenters will be available soon but here's an outline: 


Saturday 9th

Commences at 9.30 am with Rafiq Lockhat and Terence Watts giving their usual opening address, followed by six 45-minute presentations during the day with a 15-minute break between each, and a 75-minute break for lunch. Includes Rafiq's presentation! Day finishes at 4.45 pm

Apres Congress! Well, we can’t have the usual dinner but we will have an interactive Zoom evening where everybody can chat either in groups or to everybody! it’s free to join for all Saturday attendees.


Sunday 10th

Commences at 10.00 and continues as on Saturday and will include Terence's 'Showcase' of the Major Life Reset protocol.


Please Note: The maximum attendance is 100 places - so book soon!


Attendance fee:

Both days: GBP 147.00

One day only: GBP 99.00 


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The Full Programme



9.30 am   Terence & Rafiq  

Terence and Rafiq present an overview of developments and progress since May 2019


10.00 am   Tony Fitzgerald  (Australia)  

When BWRT fails: Does busting big fears make BWRT even more robust at relieving resistant memories to prevent further client distress? How the latest fear-memory and predictive-mind science both supports and informs BWRT to make it even more “bullet-proof”



11.00 am   Dirkie De Villiers (South Africa)  

Bereavement in Children: a case study using sandplay therapy and BWRT. The story of Elsa


12 noon   Shelley Hall (South Africa)  

Overpowering Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in Adolescents: the power of Level 1 work. Making the most of Level 1 work to treat under 18s.


1.00 pm      



2.00 pm   Jenny Di Fabio (UK)  

For the love of the Job. A perspective on the barriers to seeking professional help for Mental health Issues within the UK Police Service.


3.00 pm   Sue Learoyd-Smith (UK)  

Understanding Emetophobia. Introducing BWRT as an effective treatment


4.00 pm   Lisa Grant-Stuart (South Africa)  

The most complex of PTSDs. The application of BWRT in a case of Complex PTSD, Sexual Compulsivity and Pornography Addiction


5.00 pm   Rafiq Lockhat  

Spit or Swallow? Could BWRT make you swallow something you don't want to or can't? Case studies: (1) The Cereal Killer; (2) The Anti Pill'er 




7.30 pm   A group meeting on ZOOM... chat, fun, leisure and meeting old friends!


10.00 am   Anne Morrison (UK)  

Marketing Mind - Getting out of your own way. During Covid-19 many therapists stopped working as they wouldn’t work online. Others transitioned online and are staying there. The difference - their beliefs about working remotely.


11.00 am   Adelina Pjetra (Albania)  

BWRT® an excellent intervention for catastrophic events. How BWRT® helped hundreds during the 2019 earthquake in Albania.


12 noon   Hannalie L Spies (SA)  

BWRT and ADHD How to support individuals diagnosed with ADHD with BWRT.


1.00 pm      



2.00 pm   Sandra Lamb (UK)  

A Body and Mind Approach to Addressing Chronic Pain. The role of BWRT in Pain Management.


3.00 pm   Lisa Jury (UK)  

Generation Z Who are they? How do they operate? How can we help them?


4.00 pm   Terence Watts  

The Procrastination Buster - An overview of the new course by Terence, a complete standalone process to resolve Procrastination problems. A four-lesson course that will give you everything you need, including extra protocols and more.


4.45 pm - CONGRESS END


Please note: You must be qualified as a therapist to attend. While we make every endeavour to maintain the programme as shown, we reserve the right to make changes where it is felt necessary for any reason.