There are three training levels in BWRT®:
(DISCLAIMER: This course does not pretend to equip you as a medical professional but purely as a complementary therapist. For some of the above conditions, it will be necessary to ensure that the client's GP or other medical consultant is aware of your intention to provide help. BWRT practitioners work only in conjunction with and alongside conventional medical care.)
This course will take you up to Level One, after which you can complete further training at the higher levels if you wish, though this is not mandatory. And even at just Level One, as you have seen, you will be able to work with a large number of the issues that clients will bring to you.
There are eleven modules of the course, each one including home assignments which must be fully completed if you are to continue with the training, Although the online tutorials can be studied via the recordings if you are not able to attend live, live attendance with the monthly mentoring session is mandatory - again, you will not be able to continue with the training if these are not attended. The Mentors are fairly flexible in their availability so you will always be able to arrange your monthly session at a time that suits you.
Module one: All the basic stuff - a look at some of the essential foundations the professional therapist needs to know. Introduction to the course; The Professional Therapist; Finding your clients; Getting started; Ethics and ethical behaviour; The first contact; What exactly is therapy? What you can and cannot work with - and how to know; Types of client; A look at different types of therapy.
Module two: Anxiety, the basis of all ills - the begining of an understanding of what anxiety is and does. A 'thinner' version of fear; Stress in all its forms, Psychological conflict; Coping strategies; Avoidance mechanisms; Neurosis and Psychosis; Anxiety and sexuality; Conditioned response; OCD; Grief, The panic attack, Pain and physical illness, Depression, Personality types and how to work with them.
Module three: Advanced topics - a close look at the things you need to know about the invisible working of the mind: Abreaction, Transference, Counter transference; Narcissism; Psychological resistance; Symptom substitution; Communication; The Core Identity; The initial consultation; The importance of the first twenty seconds; The seven-point success plan; Ending therapy; Some complications and the Will to Power.
Module four: Basic therapy with Warriors, Settlers and Nomads - a totally effective and easy form of Parts work: The Personality test; The 'insight query'; The Warrior, Settler & Nomad defined; What it tells you; Working with the virtual persona; Modalities; The Inner Advisor; Defining the problem; Making sense of the client's response; Work methods; Getting involved; Ending the session professionally; An overview of a therapy session-by-session.
Module five: Getting to grips with hypnosis (your secondary therapy) - basic skills and concepts as well as all the essentials to work professionally: Myths debunked (you cannot 'get stuck'!); Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy - the difference; The hypnotic trance; The Conscious Critical Faculty; False beliefs; Selective thought; The Law of Reversed Effort; The pre-talk; Observable signs of hypnosis; Non-observable signs of hypnosis; Suggestibility; Placebo and Nocebo; Self hypnosis.
Module six: Getting to grips with hypnosis (2) - laying the foundations of a successful hypnotherapy session: Types of inductions; Styles of deepeners; Suggestion; Gaining confidence; important considerations; Dave Elman; Milton H. Erickson; Two brief methods; Involuntary hypnosis; The importance of ritual; Conversational hypnosis; The embedded command; Constructing a great session; The five golden rules to make suggestion work.
Module seven: Getting a start with BWRT® - understanding the basics of the process and why it is so different from other therapies: A new idea; Libet's experiments; The Triune Brain; The psychological template; Types of neurone; Recursive feedback; The brain/body connection; examples of neural responses; Creating change; The BWRT® therapeutic intervention; Introducing it to the client; Working methods; Active and reactive states.
Module eight: BWRT®, the why and how - the full details of the basic delivery method and why it does what it does: The 'wait state'; The Virtual World basic protocol; Working with the PAL; Content -free working; Success in seconds; Some possible difficulties; Finding the right target; The hidden agenda or secondary gain; Acceptance; A case of commitment phobia; Multiple triggers; A case of sexual PTSD; Proper preparation; The Emergency Stop.
Module nine: Increasing your skills - two more working methods, and a dedicated method for Generalised Anxiety Disorder: The now delusion; Kinaesthetic and auditory clients; The Rolling Road technique; Interactive Reinforcement; Mental Steering; The Motivator Activator; Working by Association; Numbers of sessions; Future Memory; Case studies - fear of promotion, caring for Alzheimers, putting off work situations, accident-related PTSD, spontaneous blushing.
Module ten: The professional practitioner at work - symptomatic work, important considerations and advanced concepts: Clarification of processes; Symptoms and work methods; Commitment anxiety; Procrastination; Success inhibition; Fear of failure; Performance anxiety; Self confidence; Fear of authority; Mild depression; Mild to moderate OCD; Positive memory editing; FTSD; Multiple focus; Client management concepts; Some more case studies.
Module eleven: The finishing touches - getting yourself ready to become a fully-fledged Professional BWRT Practitioner: Deep acceptance; Asking the right questions; Direct anxiety; Indirect anxiety; Compound issues; Working with the Level One Intake Form; Guilty secret work; When BWRT® doesn't work; Miscellaneous matters; Safeguards; The opt-out letter; The New client; The returning client; Mentoring; Advertising and promotion of BWRT®; The Professional Assessment; The British BrainWorking Research Society.
In addition to the above eleven modules, you will also have:
There is simply not another course in the world like this one - it will take you from complete beginner to BWRT Professional therapist in 12 months.
The cost of the entire course, including all notes, video recordings, Mentoring sessions, and final professional assessment is
Next course wil commence in April 2020
Payment by instalments can be arranged at no extra charge.
To get started, download and complete the Initial Application Form and return it to us at the address on the form - we will process it as soon as we possibly can.