Professional Hypnotherapy and BWRT
“This therapy is fantastic for any childhood traumas, phobias, any addiction, and so much more. My story is from my past starting when I had been eleven years old, childhood trauma and so much more…
I can honestly say this is the best thing I have done in my life and the results are amazing. Claire I can’t thank you enough!”
BWRT: Get the New Book!
This book is a compilation of real-life case summaries using a new model of psychotherapy, BrainWorking Recursive Therapy (BWRT®).
There are 32 case summaries, arranged over 8 chapters: Anxiety, Self-Esteem and Confidence, Fears and Phobias, Panic Attacks, Depression, Fear of Death and Dying, and Unwanted Habits. In the final chapter of Miscellaneous cases, subject areas include guilt, grief, PTSD, IBS and SIBO.
Foreword by Terence Watts, MCGI, Creator of BWRT®:
“In the thirty-two case studies in this book, Claire shows both the width and breadth of her own expertise and the versatile power of this latest of neuroscience-based psychotherapies. She is an emissary and destined, I believe, to be a leader in the field of BrainWorking Recursive Therapy®!”
Therapy for Anxiety and PTSD
Going to see Claire after being involved in a fatal car accident was the best thing I could have done…..Read More
BWRT is Simply the Best!
I have had a few BWRT sessions now with Claire for all completely different problem areas in my life – every single one has worked…Read More
Hypnotherapy and BWRT Case Summaries
The case summaries section shows just some of the many cases Claire has helped with, at her practices in Harley Street, London and Southend-on-Sea, in Essex.
Claire Gaskin featured in ‘Yours’ magazine, resolving panic attacks and phobia of heights in a single session. Click the photo to read the article:
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Therapy for Panic Attacks
Kristina, from Southend, is a talented musician and fundraising manager, who works for the national mental health charity, MIND.
Her ‘stage fright’ was so bad that she gave up performing because of the panic attacks she experienced before going on stage.