Graham W Price heads up a substantial team at Abicord. He’s a chartered psychologist, chartered member of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and accredited member of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP). He is the developer of an enhanced form of CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) called Acceptance Action Therapy (AAT). His practice is focused on CBT and AAT, supported where needed by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness and Hypnotherapy. He runs private clinics in North-West London and Surrey (Fetcham, by Leatherhead) and remotely via the internet.
Graham is also a personal and executive coach, personal development trainer, professional speaker, relationships coach, author and weight loss and smoking cession specialist. He is CEO of a world-wide charity called Change a Billion Minds at www.changeabillionminds.com . He is a qualified Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) master practitioner and trainer but now uses it very little as its effectiveness is low compared to his much more powerful AAT, CBT and development trainings.
Graham’s development training, presented to individuals through Abicord and to organisations through Abicord Consulting, is available as face-to-face seminars or web-based webinars. A free stand-alone webinar is available at www.positive-mind-training.com. Tens of thousands of lives have been changed through this training.
His weight loss programme combines nutrition and fitness expertise with the psychology of weight loss. This combination has proved so effective, the programme carries a one year money-back guarantee for achieving the goal and sustaining it. Results to date in achieving and sustaining goals have exceeded 95%. This compares with under 10% for other internationally well know programmes. Smoking cessation results to date on a sustained basis have exceeded 98%. This compares with an industry average of under 40% and is also subject to a one year money-back guarantee.
Graham began his career in the corporate world. Prior to retraining as a psychologist, he worked in the UK, Australia and America as a general manager and project manager at ExxonMobil, which was, at the time, the world’s largest company.