Brain working recursive therapy
“In 24 years of Clinical Practice I have never seen a therapy work so fast, so effectively and so permanently...it is astonishing.”
BWRT is a new, very effective and dynamic therapy model. It was developed in 2011 by Terence Watts and is a very effective and exiting development in psychotherapy. It is a fast acting and an effective way to bring change with a minimum amount of sessions. It works for trauma, post traumatic stress, abuse and sexual abuse, self esteem, anxiety, phobias, grief, depression and relationships, to name a few. It also combines neurology with neuroscience in changing certain neuropathways in the brain bringing long term change.
Subject and Career choice
"Creativity is piercing the mundane to find the marvelous"
Psychometric tests are reliable, objective and well researched instruments that allow the psychologist to make recommendations based on self knowledge that the person obtains.
Scholars need to choose subjects in Grade 10 which will enable them to follow a certain career path. It is essential that they are guided in a effective way to choose these subjects. Subject choice assessments include IQ, aptitude, interest, personality and career environment questionnaires to determine potential careers so that they can choose the best subjects that will enable them to follow a career path.
Career choice is important towards the middle of Grade 11 or beginning of Matric where a person is assessed to determine IQ, interest, personality and career environment on a more advanced level.