This book is a compilation of case summaries using a new model of psychotherapy: BrainWorking Recursive Therapy (BWRT®).
There are 32 case summaries arranged over 8 chapters, dealing with:
☑ Self-Esteem and Confidence
☑ Fears and Phobias
☑ Panic Attacks
☑ Fear of Death and Dying
☑ Unwanted Habits
In the final chapter of miscellaneous cases, subject areas include sexual abuse, procrastination, grief, guilt, PTSD and IBS.
I have chosen cases that I hope you will find interesting, maybe even helpful, and which also show just how far-reaching this therapy can be. Although some issues may seem similar every client’s experience is unique and it is always a great joy and an immense privilege to help someone overcome their problems.
I am incredibly fortunate to have discovered this therapy, and to have found such a great teacher and mentor as Terence Watts, to whom I am truly indebted.
Claire Gaskin, April 2018
Foreword by Terence Watts, MCGI, creator of BWRT®
When I first created BrainWorking Recursive Therapy® – BWRT® – I had no idea how quickly it would grow, and the vast array of psychological difficulties and ailments it would soon be resolving. One of my first students was the author of this book, Claire Gaskin, and she very quickly proved herself a very capable practitioner of this new process and immediately began to discover huge success working with all manner of problems.
Just about the only problem associated with BWRT is that it seems too good to be true! When people hear what it does and how speedily it does it, it is totally understandable that they would think it was hype… Fortunately, though, there are a growing number of practitioners, among whom Claire is a clear ‘front runner’, proving the point that BWRT is the most exciting development in the field of psychology and therapy in many years.
When somebody discovers, after only a single session, they are free from an anxiety they have been encumbered with for years; when somebody discovers they can effortlessly do something that would have had them screaming in fear; when somebody can address a situation that would have left them mute with distress… these are the moments a therapist lives for and treasures.
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®!
Terence Watts, April, 2018