Category Archives: Neuropsychology

CPT View of Depersonalisation

What is depersonalisation? In cognitive principle theory depersonalisation can be viewed as a dysfunctional state of the Observable self. The observable self occurs when the conscious mind deliberately chooses not to think and enters the neutral state within the Task Positive Network. [TPN Neutral]. This is a mindful state and triggers the Default Mode Network…
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TREATMENT FOR PARANOID PERSONALITY DISORDER

In cognitive principle therapy [CPT] we look at the process of PPD and the treatment of PPD based on principles. What is PPD Paranoid personality disorder (PPD) is classified as a type of eccentric personality disorder. People with eccentric personality disorders display behaviors that may seem odd or unusual to others. They mistrust the motives…
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Short & Long term Counselling using CPT

Cognitive Principle Therapy for Short or Long term counselling. If down-regulation is true then working on behavior and automatic thoughts will not address the underlying issues causing mental illness. In my experience as an anger management counselor for the last 15 years, I can offer solutions to clients which will substantially reduce their anger in…
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Narcissist versus Compassionate Empathy.

Understanding Caring Versus Empathy As of March 2021 Cognitive Principle Therapy has been upgraded to incorporate concepts from four areas/writers in psychology. These include: -Stephen Porge's Polyvagal theory of the nervous system. -Daniel Kahneman's "Thinking Fast and Slow" The concept of System 1 and System 2 -Dr. Iain McGilchrist's work on the left brain-right brain…
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