Counselling Pastoral Trust (CPT)
Fulham Palace, West London, 12 September, 2011
The Counselling Pastoral Trust (CPT)
Located in Fulham Palace, West London, CPT is a charity dedicated to keeping families together. CPT provides high quality affordable professional counselling services to families and individuals to treat problems that lead to family breakdown.
CPT was founded in 1992 as the Domestic Violence Project (DVP)/Family Life Skills. Since then, its services have expanded to provide a large range of therapeutic services to work with clients through crisis and longer term issues of relationship patterns, abuse, marital breakdown, family violence, substance abuse and addictions as well as offering services to companies and corporate counselling in conflict management and assertiveness training.
The Counselling Pastoral Trust website: www.counsellingpray.org
(Above) The CPT office, Fulham Palace
CPT and GULL
On 2 February, 2011, eleven members of the Counselling Pastoral Trust (CPT) lead team began their GULL journey, led by CPT’s Founder, Agnes Sullivan.
The objective during the first phase was to determine individual learning needs and then to achieve at least one personal objective by working with a learning coach, by sharing insights and experiences and by developing expertise in using GULL’s learning cycle method.
The CPT lead team are now continuing the journey to their respective GULL level 5 awards via an array of CPT projects. These include integrating GULL with the CPT appraisal system and ‘cascading’ GULL via CPT’s own programme content.
(Above) The CPT lead team led by Agnes Sullivan (from row, second from right) with their GULL Level 2 certificates.
GULL is a not-for-profit foundation registered in California, USA. GULL is recognized by the Government of Papua New Guinea & endorsed by other Governments, Leaders & Institutions.