CBPTCognitive-Behavioral Play Therapy
CBPTCleveland Buildings Preservation Trust (UK)
CBPTChristian Book Promotions Trust (est. 1967; various locations)
CBPTCLIRA Backup Plug Tool
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During the pre-withdrawal stage of the treatment (two weeks), patients of each setting assisted to two individual sessions (one per week) of CBPT. The first one was assess their cognitions regarding their tobacco smoking addiction, and the second one to explore the specific pattern of their addiction, such as number of cigarettes consumed daily, years of tobacco smoking and age of the first cigarette use.
(34) On the other hand, when CBPT is used as the sole treatment for smoking, it only reaches success rates ranging from 16.2 to 20.9% after one year of abstinence.
Por outro lado, com distincao quanto a classe tecnologica pela forca de gluten ou alveografia (W) em Joules, com a seguinte grandeza: BRS Guamirim (262 [10.sup.-4] J) e Fundacep Cristalino (384 [10.sup.-4] J) (CBPT, 2013).
Although various pairs of factors correlated more highly than CBPT and COLL, no single factor correlated with each of the others as strongly as CBPT.
After more than a decade of lobbying and fundraising, led by the Cadwgan Building Preservation Trust (CBPT) and its devoted volunteers, the 900-year-old site will be given a new lease of life as a heritage attraction and a provider of luxury accommodation, complete with a bar and restaurant.
In November, he was appointed to Cadwgan Building Preservation Trust (CBPT)'s board of trustees - the charity behind the castle's restoration project, to help bring the history of the site to life.