BrainWorking Recursive Therapy | BWRT

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Discover the power of BWRT

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Claire explains why she uses BWRT in her successful clinics:

“BWRT is a new model of psychotherapy which meets the demand for fast therapy. Other methods, where people are encouraged to talk about their problems week after week, can just take too long to start feeling better.

Because BWRT is solution-focused I can get straight to work – whether it’s a fear or phobia, anxiety or panic attacks, or even performance coaching – I can help people to find success and happiness both at home and at work, and in everyday life.”

Why is BWRT different?

“When people come to see me they’ve often tried other types of therapy, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), without success. Some tell me that, although CBT was helpful for a while, their symptoms returned.

I firmly believe this is because unwanted behaviours or self-limiting beliefs originate in the non-conscious part of the brain – and that’s where we need to target therapy, not just by talking to the conscious mind.

BWRT is different because it works with the non-conscious brain and is consistent with current developments in neuroscience.

I’ve been using it in my clinics for over three years now and it’s the fastest, most effective, technique I’ve ever trained in.”

What can BWRT help with?

“The quick answer is: most mind-related matters. Sometimes, I only need one session to help someone with a lifelong phobia, or crippling panic attacks, or for getting focused on future success. It really is that good.

I specialise in working with anxiety and core identity issues, like depression, low-self-esteem and confidence. Even complex problems like Generalised Anxiety Disorder may only need 5 or 6 sessions.”


How can I find out more about BWRT?

“I’m always happy to answer questions – you can get in touch here.”


How do I know if BWRT will help me?

“Once we know what you want to achieve I’m confident I can help you.

I’ll be able to tell you for sure during our consultation.”


Claire Gaskin, L3 BWRT Therapist

BWRT Case Studies

The case studies section shows just some of the cases Claire has helped with, at her practices in Harley Street, London and Southend, in Essex.


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‘BWRT®’ stands for ‘BrainWorking Recursive Therapy®’, a model of psychology and psychotherapy created by UK professional therapist, Terence Watts, MCGI. Like many other modern therapies, it allows a ‘core of privacy’ so that you do not have to divulge anything you would rather not talk about – in fact, the practitioner only needs to know how you feel and how you would prefer to feel instead. BWRT® is a completely new and different therapy based on the latest discoveries about the way the brain works and how it affects our moods, behaviour and emotions. Only Certified Practitioners have been trained to deliver BWRT® and all have to adhere to a strict ethical code. Find out more at

Free Consultation

An initial telephone consultation is usually around 30 minutes duration and carries no fee or obligation.

Contact Claire

You can contact Claire at her clinics in Southend, Essex and Harley Street, London

01702 872858

07595 830658

Therapy Life Centre

11 Prittlewell Chase

Harley Street, London

10 Harley Street

Location at Southend, Essex

Location at Harley Street, London

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Claire Louise Gaskin is a qualified Youth Worker, a Clinical Hypnotherapist and Psychotherapist, a founder member of the British BrainWorking Research Society (BBRS), a member of the Association for Professional Hypnosis and Psychotherapy (APHP), and a member of the College of Medicine.