Core Process psychotherapy

Core Process Psychotherapy (CPP) may sound complex but the method of this therapy is simply to return or introduce the individual to awareness (mindfulness) practices of Buddhism and wisdom as part of the therapeutic process. The therapists engages compassionately with the client regarding how things are and brings awareness to the individual’s unique personality as well as their own individual ways of working through their difficulties with the aim of leading to a happier more joyful life.

Core process psychotherapy (CPP) is a mindfulness-based therapy which focuses on deep, ongoing awareness of our own body and mental processes as part of exploring and handling the healing process. This therapy is commonly seen a collaborative undertaking with the therapist assisting their client individual on a journey into the deepest realms of their experiences. The therapist helps their client focus attention inward and to gain aware of their present experiences and feelings. This contemplative self-study, helps people with possible discovery of the roots of issues and with gaining clearer sense of self. As this information is processed in the present it gives perspective and room to let go of old habits and handle life with flexibility. A crucial aspect of Core process psychotherapy is working on awareness and it is based on the premise that awareness is in itself a way to help resolve and cure a variety of issues.

Conditions Treated with Core Process Psychotherapy?

Often individuals decide to find a therapist and engage in Core process psychotherapy as a way of learning more about themselves and to enhance their spiritual growth. In addition to this Core process psychotherapy has also been used in the treatment of a varied range of conditions include: Depression, anxiety, stress, self-esteem issues, relationship problems, posttraumatic stress, eating disorders, anger, bereavement, grief, and loss and adjustment/transition problems.

Therapists specialising in Core Process psychotherapy