Coherence Therapy Introduction - Part 1




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Published on Apr 23, 2014

Knowledge Check to review Part 1: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CT-part1
Simon d'Orsogna website: http://www.simondo.com.au
Niall Geoghegan website: http://www.berkeleypsychologist.org

Entire training: http://sensemaking.com.au/coherenceth...

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Niall Geoghegan collaborated closely with Bruce Ecker on developing the Coherence Therapy Training Program of the Coherence Psychology Institute (CPI) from 2005-2007, and was a Certified Trainer for the Institute through 2015. Since then he has left CPI so as to focus his efforts on a new platform of web-based training in experiential psychotherapy methodologies and techniques. The URL for that platform will appear here shortly.

For a wide range of Coherence Therapy resources, visit the official website of its founders: http://www.coherencetherapy.org.

Texts by Coherence Therapy's creators:
• Coherence Therapy Practice Manual and Training Guide
• Unlocking the Emotional Brain: Eliminating Symptoms at Their Roots Using Memory Reconsolidation
• Depth Oriented Brief Therapy: How to Be Brief When You Were Trained to Be Deep and Vice Versa

Introduction in four parts by Niall Geoghegan PsyD - Experiential Psychotherapy Therapy trainer & licensed psychologist.

The basis of Coherence Therapy is the principle of symptom coherence, where the presenting symptoms clients experience as undesirable and out of their control are found to be cogent expressions of important knowings about self or the world. Presenting symptoms become recognized as compelling, unconscious solutions to unconscious dilemmas.

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For more information see http://sensemaking.com.au/coherenceth...


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