1.BWRT® is designed to help neutralise triggers for the symptom(s) you experience. There are three levels of BWRT® and your practitioner will ask you some questions that will help them decide which is the most appropriate level for you.
2.There are a few conditions and situations in which BWRT® is not a suitable therapy and when this is the case, the practitioner will advise you accordingly.
3.The number of sessions you will need vary according to several circumstances and the practitioner will advise you where possible. Many situations respond well to between one and four sessions, though some more serious issues may need more.
4.You will not have to tell the practitioner any personal details you would rather keep private (save for clause 6, below) but there are some situations when secrets might inhibit therapy. The practitioner will advise you if this is the case.
5.If your presenting problem could be caused by a medical or physiological condition, you will need to have had a medical consultation before working with BWRT®.
6.If you have experienced any previous psychological illnesses of conditions, whether or not they received or required medical intervention, you will ensure the practitioner is made fully aware of the details.
7.Straightforward issues such as smoking cessation, phobias, fears and specific anxieties will not normally need any medical consultation before BWRT®.
8.There is no need for prolonged investigation into your early (childhood) years but if you feel they might have a bearing on your symptom, you can tell the practitioner and they will take that into account.
9.If your symptom was triggered by a past situation or trauma, you will be required to recall it for just a few seconds so that the degree of discomfort can be assessed via the Perceived Arousal Level (PAL). This also allows assessment of the degree of improvement after the process has been applied.
10.The practitioner may sometimes use their voice in a way that sounds unusual or strange to you. This need not concern you and is just part of the BWRT® Process
11.There are several different ways that BWRT® can be conducted and the practitioner will be able to make the best choice for you and your presenting issue.
12.If the symptom or difficulty for which you are seeking help is part of, or likely to be part of, any legal proceedings, please take legal advice before embarking on treatment, since BWRT® changes your perception and responses to past events.