Category Archives: Other Addictions

Human’s maladaptive response to major trauma.

Why human's can't handle full shutdown Polyvagal Theory- Stephen Porges In Polyvagal theory the nervous system activates one of four switches which controls the flow of energy through our body. These can be seen below: Trauma- Peter Levine Stephen Porges developed the concept of “Polyvagal Theory.” Peter Levine author of “Waking the Tiger-Healing Trauma” collaborated…
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CPT uses principles to overcome addictions

ALL ADDICTIONS FOLLOW THE SAME CYCLE Cognitive Principle Therapy [CPT] addresses addiction using principles not behavior [CBT]. The principles to teach to overcome addiction are: -Giving to overcome greed [creates a connection] -Trust and Commitment to overcome no trust & no commitment -Spiritual principles of forgiveness and suffering [growth, not blame] to overcome fear, guilt,…
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Treating non-serious mental illness as a very bad habit.

  Non-serious Mental illness as a very bad habit. More about Cognitive Principle Therapy follows from "About Cognitive Therapy" http://cognitiveprinciplematrix.com.au/uncategorized/about-cognitive-principle-therapy/ You can counsel a non-serious mental illness by treating it as a very bad habit. STANDARD DEFINITION OF A HABIT. Wikipedia: "Habit formation is the process by which a behavior, through regular repetition, becomes automatic…
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Addictions-Start off as win/win, but end up as win/loose.

About Alcohol Addiction:   According to Cognitive Principle Matrix the two drivers of human nature are Greed or Fear. Greed is defined as something you want and fear is defined as something you don't want. Win/Win is based on greed. The goal is for pleasure Win/loose is based on fear. The goal is to avoid…
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