I am a Social Worker but I do not have a Master’s Degree. Can I train as a BWRT® practitioner?

Social Workers with clinical experience working in an NGO that employs trained, qualified, and accredited BWRT® practitioners can become BWRT® Emergency Practitioners. This training, conducted within the organisational setting, equips them to deliver specific BWRT® emergency techniques under continuous supervision from BWRT® accredited supervisors. The organisation must request the training, and employ a minimum of 15 social workers and at least 3 BWRT® accredited supervisors. These practitioners are not authorised to practice BWRT® privately, they also have to be registered with the SACSSP.
For more information on arranging training for your organisation, please contact Huda Gamieldien at huda@bwrtsa.co.za.