He and other psychotherapists are calling on the Government and policymakers to refocus funding into alternative talking treatments, such as psychodynamic therapy, which focus on addressing the root cause of people’s cognitive problems.
Mr James says CBT has been mis-sold to policymakers because it is cheap.
Letterhead on envelope was for "The Economical Insurance Group" and was mailed from Canada, postage paid #1681350. Claims address: 45 Wellington Street West, Toronto, Ontario M5V 3P9, Canada. Send counterfeit check from PK Electrical, Inc., Reno, NV 89511 via Heritage Bank, Sparks, NV 89436 and mailed from Hanjin Shipping Co. Claims to be in Delaware, but was at 108 Briarwood Dr, Gilberts, Illinois.
Please note that one of the scams run by these people uses stolen credit cards, prepaying shipping, and they have you wire the funds to their "shipper", which is actually the thief. Claims to work for TD Canada Trust Bank in Ontario Canada. 02/2010, CVV code: 356; Master Card #xxxxxxxx64762173, Exp. Also using 447441907238, and address: No 32 kings haugh Edinburgh EH16 UK.
Report them as stolen and tell the scammer that the card was declined and to give you another. Sent physical letter doing a "next-of-kin" inheritance scam. Also claims to be located in Fitchburg, Massachusetts 01420 with phone: (424) 275-0741. 02/2010, CVV code: 282; Visa #xxxxxxxx85913281, Exp.
Claims bank: TD Bank, 357 N Kings Hwy Cherry Hill NJ 08034, Account #4330771258, Routing #031 201 360. 06/2011, CVV code: 082; Master Card #xxxxxxxx70371028, Exp.
The people portrayed on these photos are innocent men and women, NOT involved in scamming in any way and have nothing to do with scammers. Scammer says: I be bossman baby my mens work in the cornsturctstion. I better find a pic of some white dude who's working construction. Scammer thinks: I will google that alumni list and pick a new name from there and that's who I will be next time.
Look for these important signs that a posting may be a scam.
Scammers steal identities on social networking sites like Facebook and Instagram and pose as someone else, sometimes even DI employees.
The people portrayed on these photos are innocent men and women, NOT involved in scamming in any way and have nothing to do with scammers. NEVER question him on suspicious or obviously stupid parts of his story.
The scammers are using their images without their knowledge and permission to deceive their victims and scam them out of money. By doing so, you are educating him and making him a better scammer. If you don't, this is what will happen (credit goes to Pinky for this list): Victim: I know you're not really who you say you are.