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About Cognitive Principle Therapy

What are principles in Cognitive Principle Therapy?   In the cognitive principle matrix there is a relationship between neuroscience's three brains, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, neural pathways (8 states of mind) and Freud's defense mechanisms. The combination of these four are used in cognitive principle therapy to assess and counsel the client. Freud's defense mechanisms…
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The process of counseling an abuser and the victim of abuse.

Coercive control: How can you tell whether your partner is emotionally abusive? Extract from the UK -The Telegraph 11 September 2016 1) It’s more than just one argument Emotional abuse happens over a sustained period of time, where the perpetrator repeatedly controls their victim. “It’s a pattern in the relationship, where one partner is controlling and there's an ongoing…
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New counselling therapy to be launched on 20th January, 2017

There are 400 counselling therapy's, this is number, 401 Course: Introduction to Cognitive Principle Therapy [CPT] Type of Activity: Seminar Objective of course: Provide counsellors with a new counselling therapy based on improving principles rather than behavior. Principles are emotions and values. The course was designed as a counselling course to fix bad habits [technically…
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Seminar- Cognitive Principle Therapy

Course:  Introduction to Cognitive Principle Therapy [CPT]  This is the first seminar to introduce the concept of Cognitive Principle Therapy, to be held in Glen Waverley,  Melbourne, on 20th January, 2017   Type of Activity: Seminar Objective of course: Provide counsellors with a new counselling therapy based on improving principles rather than behavior. Principles are…
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