A radically different approach to evaluation techniques
The Cambridge Code has been proven to uncover the subconscious latent potential and well being profile of an individual which lies beyond the reach of established psychological measurement.
The Cambridge Code focuses not just behaviourally or cognitively, but pinpoints the interplay between states of mind; specifically the complex interchange between the mature consciousness and previous developmental stages. It is well established that these states of mind interact constantly in response to our physical, psychological, emotional and relational environments.
Traditional evaluative tools have been based on a population norm being established in behavioural personality. Ever larger amounts of data are collated to give an evaluation of an individual against the ‘average’ human being with that trait. The basis of these existing models lies in psychometric testing: although useful in many respects the key limitation is that every individual is measured against an average. This minimises the significance of the individual profile and limits any understanding of internal models of the mind.
The focus is on the individual as a unique entity and not as part of a population norm.
The model looks at important characteristics, aspects of well being and insights that are not available with alternative models.
It is not behavioural but relational. It identifies the reasons why people behave as they do rather than just reporting on behaviours.
It is not psychometric but psychoanalytical.
Precisely because of these differences, The Cambridge Code can ‘perceive’ and distill what other instruments cannot.