Cognitive Self Change
 

Jack Bush, PhD



Jack Bush has developed and delivered cognitive treatment programs for offenders for over 35 years. In addition to Cognitive Self Change, he is the author of Thinking For A Change (with Juliana Taymans and Barry Glick, National Institute of Corrections, 1997) and Decision Points (with Juliana Taymans, Charles Robinson, and Steve Swisher, 2014).


Residence

Jack resides in Oregon, USA and is available worldwide for training.


Contact Details: jack@cognitiveselfchange.com

 

Richard Parker, PhD



Richard Parker has worked with a range of jurisdictions in Australia with a wide range of offenders, including both adults and juveniles. He introduced Cognitive Self Change to Australia and has designed and implemented programs for sexual offenders, violent offenders, and substance abusers.




Residence

Richard resides in Sydney, Australia and is available worldwide for training.


Contact Details:

richard@cognitiveselfchange.com

 

Daryl Harris, PhD



Daryl Harris has worked with offenders within secure and community criminal justice and mental health systems.  He has co-authored, managed, and delivered a range of accredited interventions. This has included supporting the implementation, and delivery of Cognitive Self Change in Australia and the UK.



Residence

Daryl resides in Wales, UK and is available worldwide for training.


Contact Details:

daryl@cognitiveselfchange.com