Books about Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT)

New Book on CAT Edited By Julie Lloyd and Philip Clayton: Cognitive Analytic Therapy for People with Intellectual Disabilities and their Carers

With a variety of case examples and contributions from experienced clinicians, this book introduces Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) in practical, user-friendly language and for the first time guides readers on how to use it to inform their work within learning disabilities services. CAT is increasingly recognised as an effective approach for working with people with learning disabilities. It focuses on observing and describing typical patterns of how the client relates to others, how they behave in relationships and how they see themselves. By considering how these patterns first developed and how they can be revised in a more constructive direction, CAT can encourage change to occur as the result of healthier relationships. The contributors describe in straightforward terms how CAT may be used with people with learning disabilities, and provide CAT tools adapted specifically for this client group. CAT and autism, CAT with people with learning disabilities in forensic settings and CAT with survivors of domestic abuse who have learning disabilities are also explored in detail. This is essential reading for any clinician wishing to use CAT within learning disability services, including psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, social workers and support workers, as well as professionals across forensic services.


Books written about Cognitive Analytic Therapy

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Books

Coren, A. (2009). Short-Term Psychotherapy, A Psychodynamic Approach (2nd ed.). Palgrave Macmillan.

Hepple, J. and Sutton, L. (2004). Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Later Life: A New Perspective on Old Age. Routledge.

Hepple, J. and Sutton, L. (eds) (2004). Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Later Life. Brunner Routledge.

Hepple, J., Pearce, J. and Wilkinson, P. (eds) (2002). Psychological Therapies with Older People: Developing treatments for effective practice. Routledge.

Lloyd, J. and Clayton, P. (2013). Cognitive Analytic Therapy for People with Intellectual Disabilities and their Carers. .

McCormick, E (2012). Change for the Better: Self Help Through Practical Psychotherapy 4th Ed.. .

Miller, K.J. and M.J. Scott (eds.) (2000). Comparative treatments for eating disorders. Free Association Books.

Norcross, J.C. and Goldfried, M.R. [eds.] (2005). In Norcross, J.C. and Goldfried, M.R. [eds.] Handbook of psychotherapy integration (2nd ed.).. Handbook of psychotherapy integration (2nd ed.).. (pp ). Oxford University Press

Pollock, P. (2001). Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse: Approaches to Treatment and Case Management. .

Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) (2006). Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. Taylor and Francis.

Ryle, A. (1991). Cognitive Analytic Therapy - Active Participation in Change: New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. .

Ryle, A. (1995). Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Developments in Theory and Practice. .

Ryle, A. and Kerr, I. (2002). Introducing Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Principles and Practice. .

Ryle, A., Leighton, T. and Pollock, P. (1997). Cognitive Analytic Therapy of Borderline Personality Disorder: The Model and the Method. .

Wake, L. (2010). The role of brief therapy in attachment disorders. .

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Book Chapters

Aitken, G. and McDonnell, K. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. The use of Cognitive Analytic Therapy with women in secure settings. (pp 121-138). Taylor and Francis

Allison, D. and Denman, C. (2001). In Mace, C., Moorey, S. and Roberts, B. (eds) Evidence in the psychological therapies: A critical guide for practitioners. Comparing models in cognitive therapy and cognitive analytic therapy. (pp 141-153). London Routledge

Bamber, M. (2001). In Pollock, P.H. Cognitive analytic therapy for adult survivors of childhood abuse: approaches to treatment and case management.. An independent commentary on CAT for adult survivors of abuse. (pp 257-269). Wiley

Bell, C. and Hamill, J. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. Community-based Cognitive Analytic Therapy with perpetrators of domestic violence: Challenges to the orthodoxy.. (pp 209-220). Taylor and Francis

Bennett, D. and Kerr, I.B. (2006). In Sampson, M.J., McCubbin, R.A. and Tyrer, P. (eds.) Personality Disorder and Community Mental Health Teams: A Practitioners Guide. Addressing Personality Disorder in the Other Healthcare Systems. (pp 323-340). Wiley

Bennett, D. and Parry, G. (2003). In Charman, D.P. (Ed.) Core Processes in Brief Psychodynamic Psychotherap. Maintaining the Therapeutic Alliance: Resolving Alliance-Threatening Interactions Related to the Transference. (pp 251-272). Routledge

Brockman, B.J. (ed.) (1991). In Ryle, a. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change. A New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. The use of CAT in various clinical settings; general practice; social work; forensic services; private practice. (pp 178-192). Wiley

Clarke, S. and Llewelyn, S. (2001). In Pollock, P.H. Cognitive analytic therapy for adult survivors of childhood abuse: approaches to treatment and case management. A case of borderline personality disorder. (pp 123-143). Wiley

Clayton, P. (2000). In Mercer, D., Mason, T., McKeown, M and McCann, G. ( Forensic Mental Health Care, A Case Study Approach. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: learning disability and Firesetting.. (pp 175-180). Churchill Livingstone

Clayton, P. (2001). In Landsberg, G. and Smiley, A. (eds) Forensic mental health: Working with offenders with mental illness. Using cognitive analytic therapy in an institution to understand and help both client and staff. (pp ). Civic Research Institute Inc. Kingston, New Jersey

Clayton, P. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. The learning disabled offender and the secure institution.. (pp 158-172). Taylor and Francis

Colijin S., Holmes, J. and Willem R. (2005). In O.Gabbard G. Oxford textbook of psychotherapy. Psychotherapy integration. (pp ). Oxford University Press

Cowmeadow, P. (1995). In Ryle, A. (ed.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Developments in theory and practice. Very brief psychotherapeutic interventions with deliberate self-harmers. (pp 55-66). Wiley

Curran, A. (1999). In Lees, J. Clinical counselling in primary care. Counselling within a time limit in general practice. (pp 61-76). Routledge

Dallos, R. (2006). In Johnstone, L. and Dallos, R. Formulation in psychology and psychotherapy: Making sense of people's problems. Integrative formulation: CAT and ANT. (pp 182-207). Routledge

Denman, C. (1995). In Ryle, A. (ed.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Developments in theory and practice. Treating eating disorders using CAT: two case examples. (pp 67-76). Wiley

Denman, C. (1995). In Ryle, A. (ed.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Developments in theory and practice. Auditing CAT. (pp 165-174). Wiley

Denman, C. (2002). In Holmes, J. and Bateman, A. Integration in psychotherapy: Models and methods. Integrative developments in cognitive analytic therapy. (pp 87-106). Oxford University Press

Dunn, M. (2004). In Hepple, J. and Sutton, L. (eds) Cognitive Analytic therapy and Later Life. Why do so few become elders?. (pp 67-83). Brunner Routledge

Dunn, M. (2009). In Sturmey, P. Clinical Case Formulation: Varieties of Approaches. A Cognitive Analytic Formulation. (pp 199-212). Wiley

Ennis, S-A. (2004). In Hepple, J. and Sutton, L. (eds) Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Later Life. King Lear: the mirror cracked. (pp 109-132). Brunner Routledge

Fosbury J. (2004). In Gill G. Unstable and Brittle Diabetes. Psychological intervention for brittle diabetes. (pp 233-248). Taylor & Francis

Fosbury, J (2003). In Charman, Denise, 1948- Core processes in brief psychodynamics advancing. core processes in brief psychodynamics advancing effective practice edited by denise charman. (pp 383-399). Mahwah, NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum, 2003.

Fosbury, J. (2003). In (Ed.) Charman D. Core processes in Brief Psychodynamics: Advancing Effective Practice. The case study: the therapy, the patient and the therapist. (pp 383-399). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Inc

Gopfert, M. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. Cognitive Analytic Therapy and parents in prison. (pp 139-157). Taylor and Francis

Hagan, T. and Gregory, K. (2001). In Pollock, P.H. Cognitive analytic therapy for adult survivors of childhood abuse: approaches to treatment and case management.. Group work with survivors of childhood sexual abuse. (pp 190-205). Wiley

Hepple, J. (2004). In Hepple, J. and Sutton, L. (eds) Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Later Life. Ageism in therapy and beyond. (pp 45-66). Brunner Routledge

Hepple, J. (2004). In Hepple, J. and Sutton, L. (eds) Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Later Life. Borderline traits and dissociated states in later life. (pp 177-200). Brunner Routledge

Howell E. (2008). In Howell E. The Dissociative Mind. Chapter 5 Hybrid Models. (pp 121-146). London: Routledge

Kellett, S. (2012). In Feltham, C. & Horton, I. the SAGE Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy. Cognitive Analytic Therapy. (pp 343-350). Sage

Kerr I.B., Crowley V., Beard H. (2006). In Johannessen, J.O., Martindale, B.V. and Cullberg, J. Evolving Psychosis: Different Stages, Different Treatments. A cognitive analytic therapy-based approach to psychotic disorder. (pp 172-184). Routledge

Kerr, I.B. and Gopfert, M. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. A Cognitive Analytic Therapy-informed model of the therapeutic community: Implications for work in forensic settings.. (pp 173-185). Taylor and Francis

Kerr, I.B. and Ryle, A. (2006). In Bloch, S. An introduction to the psychotherapies, 4th ed.. Cognitive analytic therapy. (pp 267-286). OUP

Leighton, T. (1997). In Ryle, A. Cognitive analytic therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder: the model and the method. Borderline personality and substance abuse problems. (pp 128-145). Wiley

Leighton, T. (2004). In Reading, B. and Weegmann, M. Group psychotherapy and addiction. Interpersonal group therapy in intensive treatment.. (pp 81-98). Whurr Publishers Ltd.

Leighton, T. and Ryle, A. (1995). In Ryle, A. (ed.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Developments in theory and practice. How analytic is CAT?. (pp 139-164). Wiley

Leiman, M. (1995). In Ryle, A. (ed.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Developments in theory and practice. Early development. (pp 103-120). Wiley

Leiman, M. and Stiles, W.B. (2002). In Nolan, I.S. and Nolan, P. (eds.) Object Relations and Integrative Psychotherapy. Integration of theory: methodological issues. (pp ). Whurr Publishers Ltd. London

Llewelyn, S. And Clarke, S. (2001). In Pollock, P.H. Cognitive analytic therapy for adult survivors of childhood abuse: approaches to treatment and case management. Adult psychological problems and abuse. (pp 107-122). Wiley

Loates, M. (2004). In Hepple, J. and Sutton, L. (eds) Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Later Life. Individual CAT with older people: clinical examples. (pp 84-98). Brunner Routledge

Loates, M. (2004). In Hepple, J. and Sutton, L. (eds) Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Later Life. The case of Michael. (pp 133-145). Brunner Routledge

Low, J. (2000). In Low, J, Watson, G., Batchlor, S. and Claxton, G. The psychology of awakening: Buddhism, science, and our day-to-day lives. The structures of suffering: Tibetan Buddhist and cognitive analytic approaches. (pp 250-270). Samuel Weiser, Inc.

Low, J. (2006). In Feltham, C. and Horton, I. (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy (2nd ed.). Cognitive Analytic Therapy. (pp 317-321). Sage Publications Ltd.

Maple, N. and Simpson, I. (1995). In Ryle, A. (ed.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Developments in theory and practice. CAT in groups. (pp 77-102). Wiley

Marzillier, J. (1999). In Marzillier, J.S. and Hall, J.N. What is clinical psychology? (3rd ed.).,. The psychological treatment of adults. (pp 32-59). Oxford University Press

Marzillier, J. and Butler, G. (1995). In Ryle, A. (ed.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Developments in theory and practice. CAT in relation to cognitive therapy. (pp 121-138). Wiley

McGauley, G. (2010). In Bartlett, A. and McGauley, G. (eds) Forensic mental health: Concepts, systems, and practice. Introduction to the psychotherapies for mentally disordered offenders.. (pp 131-149). Oxford University Press

McGuire, J. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. An invited critique of Cognitive Analytic Therapy for offenders. (pp ). Taylor and Francis

Moorey J., Davidson K., Evans M. and Feigenbaum, J. (2006). In Sampson M., McCubbin R., & Tyrer P. (Eds). Personality disorder and community mental health teams: a practitioner's guide. Psychological Therapies for Personality Disorder. (pp 91-124). Chichester: Wiley

Murphy, T. and Llewelyn, S. (2007). In Grant, S. & Naismith, J. (eds.) College Seminar Series: The Psychotherapies. Cognitive Analytic Therapy. (pp 118 -140). RCP, London, Gaskell

Newall, A. (2012). In Fox, J.R.E. & Goss, K. (eds). Eating and its Disorders. Using Cognitive Analytic Therapy to Understand and Treat People with Eating Disorders. (pp 280-302). Wiley-Blackwell

Parry, G., Glen O. Gabbard, Judith S. Beck and Jeremy Holmes. (2005). In Gabbard, G.O., Beck, J. & Holmes, J. (eds) Oxford Textbook of Psychotherapy. Brief and Time-Limited Psychotherapy. (pp 207-522). OUP

Paul L., Wachtel (2008). In Paul L., Wachtel. Relational theory & the practice of psychotherapy. Self-States, Dissociation and the Schemas of Subjectivity and Intersubjectivity. (pp 129-157). London : Guilford Press

Pitceathly, C. Tolosa, I. Kerr, I.B. and Grassi, L. (2011). In Watson, M. and Kissane, D.W. Handbook of Psychotherapy in Cancer Care. Cognitive Analytic Therapy in Psycho-Oncology. (pp 27-38). John Wiley & Sons. Inc

Pollock, P.H. (1997). In Ryle, A. Cognitive analytic therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder: the model and the method. CAT of an Offender with Borderline Personality Disorder. (pp 146-156). Wiley

Pollock, P.H. (2001). In Pollock, P.H. Cognitive analytic therapy for adult survivors of childhood abuse: approaches to treatment and case management.. Conceptualising the developmental outcomes of abuse. (pp 3-11). Wiley

Pollock, P.H. (2001). In Pollock, P.H. Cognitive analytic therapy for adult survivors of childhood abuse: approaches to treatment and case management.. The language and practice of CAT: assessment and treatment procedures. (pp 12-51). Wiley

Pollock, P.H. (2001). In Pollock, P.H. Cognitive analytic therapy for adult survivors of childhood abuse: approaches to treatment and case management. CAT and the Multiple Self-States Model of trauma. (pp 52-77). Wiley

Pollock, P.H. (2001). In Pollock, P.H. Cognitive analytic therapy for adult survivors of childhood abuse: approaches to treatment and case management. Psychological models and therapies for traumatic experiences. (pp 78-104). Wiley

Pollock, P.H. (2001). In Pollock, P.H. Cognitive analytic therapy for adult survivors of childhood abuse: approaches to treatment and case management. A case of dissociative identity disorder. (pp 144-163). Wiley

Pollock, P.H. (2001). In Pollock, P.H. Cognitive analytic therapy for adult survivors of childhood abuse: approaches to treatment and case management. Forensic romances and violence in the therapy room: the challenge of the abuse-to-abuser dimension. (pp 164-189). Wiley

Pollock, P.H. (2001). In Pollock, P.H. Cognitive analytic therapy for adult survivors of childhood abuse: approaches to treatment and case management.. Clinical outcomes in the application of the CAT for adult survivors. (pp 231-238). Wiley

Pollock, P.H. (2001). In Pollock, P.H. Cognitive analytic therapy for adult survivors of childhood abuse: approaches to treatment and case management.. The Personality Structure Questionnaire: a measure of identity integration in CAT. (pp 239-256). Wiley

Pollock, P.H. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. Final thoughts: The way forward for Cognitive Analytic Therapy in forensic settings.. (pp ). Taylor and Francis

Pollock, P.H. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. The contribution of Cognitive Analytic Therapy to court proceedings.. (pp ). Taylor and Francis

Pollock, P.H. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. Cognitive Analytic Therapy analysis of the errant self and serial sexual homicide: An encounter with the extremes of human conduct.. (pp 252-272). Taylor and Francis

Pollock, P.H. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. Cognitive Analytic Therapy for rage-type homicide. (pp 221-237). Taylor and Francis

Pollock, P.H. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. Cognitive Analytic Therapy for a rapist with psychopathic personality disorder. (pp 186-208). Taylor and Francis

Pollock, P.H. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. Stifled fantasies and the stalker's obsessions: Cognitive Analytic Therapy for a misguided lover.. (pp 103-120). Taylor and Francis

Pollock, P.H. and Stowell-Smith, M. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. Adam and Eve in the forensic Eden: Boundary violations in forensic practice.. (pp 238-251). Taylor and Francis

Potter, S (2007). In Roberts, R. (ed.) Just War: Psychology and Terrorism Ed. Ron Roberts. Relational Psychology in the War Speeches of Bush and Blair: Beyond Us and Them. (pp 140-159). PCCS Books: Ross on Wye

Poynton, A.M. (1991). In Ryle, A. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change. A New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. Basic Treatment Procedures. (pp 28-53). Wiley

Robbins, I. and Sutton, L. (2004). In Hepple, J. and Sutton, L. (eds) Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Later Life. A coming together of CBT and CAT. (pp 146176). Brunner Routledge

Ryle, A. (1990). Cognitive Analytic Therapy. Handbook of Integrative Therapies, pp 84 - 193.

Ryle, A. (1991). In Ryle, A. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change. A New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. The Origins and Main Features of Cognitive Analytic Therapy. (pp 1-14). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1991). In Ryle, A. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change. A New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. The Reformulation Process and the Uses of Writing. (pp 15-27). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1991). In Ryle, A. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change. A New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. Twelve Sessions: An Edited Transcript. (pp 54-95). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1991). In Ryle, A. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change. A New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. Complex Reformulation and Object Relations Theory. (pp 96-118). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1991). In Ryle, A. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change. A New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. Treating Patients with Personality Disorders. (pp 119-147). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1991). In Ryle, A. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change. A New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. CAT Techniques with Long-term Patients. (pp 148-164). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1991). In Ryle, A. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change. A New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. CAT and Couple Therapy. (pp 165-177). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1991). In Ryle, A. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change. A New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. The theoretical basis of CAT. (pp 193-202). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1991). In Ryle, A. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change. A New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. Developments in Cognitive therapy and CAT. (pp ). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1991). In Ryle, A. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change. A New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. CAT, Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. (pp 210-221). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1991). In Ryle, A. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change. A New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. Teaching, Supervising and Learning CAT. (pp 222-233). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1991). In Ryle, A. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change. A New Integration in Brief Psychotherapy. The Evaluation of CAT. (pp 234-240). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1995). In Ryle, A. (ed.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Developments in theory and practice. Cognitive Analytic Therapy: history and recent developments. (pp 1-22). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1995). In Ryle, A. (ed.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Developments in theory and practice. The practice of CAT. (pp 23-54). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1995). In Ryle, A. (ed.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Developments in theory and practice. Research relating to CAT. (pp 175-191). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1995). In Ryle, A. (ed.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Developments in theory and practice. Future developments. (pp 191-193). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1997). In Ryle, A. Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder. Diagnosis, Course and Prevalence of Borderline Personality Disorder. (pp 1 - 11). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1997). In Ryle, A. Cognitive analytic therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder: the model and the method. Diagnosis Course and Prevalence of Borderline Personality Disorder. (pp 1-11). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1997). In Ryle, A. Cognitive analytic therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder: the model and the method. The Evolution of Cognitive Analytic Therapy. (pp 12-25). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1997). In Ryle, A. Cognitive analytic therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder: the model and the method. The Multiple Self States Model of Borderline Personality Disorder. (pp 26-42). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1997). In Ryle, A. Cognitive analytic therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder: the model and the method. A Critical Account of Current Theories of Borderline Pathology and their Clinical Implications. (pp 43-51). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1997). In Ryle, A. Cognitive analytic therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder: the model and the method. An Outline of Practice and Two Case Illustrations. (pp 52-70). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1997). In Ryle, A. Cognitive analytic therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder: the model and the method. Understanding the Treatment Relationship in Work with Borderline Patients. (pp 71-82). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1997). In Ryle, A. Cognitive analytic therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder: the model and the method. Referral, Assessment, Contracts and Containment. (pp 83-96). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1997). In Ryle, A. Cognitive analytic therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder: the model and the method. The Early Sessions. (pp 97-108). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1997). In Ryle, A. Cognitive analytic therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder: the model and the method. From Reformulation to Termination. (pp 109-127). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1997). In Ryle, A. Cognitive analytic therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder: the model and the method. CAT in Context. (pp 157-163). Wiley

Ryle, A. (1999). In Engstrom, Y., Miettinen, R. & Punamaki-Gitai, R.L. Perspectives on activity theory. Object relations theory and activity theory: A proposed link by way of the procedural sequence model.. (pp 407-418). Cambridge University Press

Ryle, A. (2004). In Bolton, G. Howlett, S. Lago, C. and Wright, J.K. Writing Cures: An Introductory Handbook of Writing in Counselling and Psychotherapy. Writing by patients and therapists in Cognitive Analytic Therapy. (pp 59-71). Brunner Routledge

Ryle, A. (2009). In Kazantzis, N., Reinecke, M.A. and Freeman, A. (eds) Cognitive and Behavioral Theories in Clinical Practice. Cognitive analytic therapy. (pp 244-277). Guilford Publications

Ryle, A. (2010). In Loewenthal, D. and House, R. Critically engaging CBT. The view from CAT. (pp 33-45). Open University Press

Ryle, A. and Bennett, D. (1997). In Eells, T.D. (ed.) Handbook of psychotherapy case formulation. Case formulation in cognitive analytic therapy. (pp 289-313). The Guilford Press

Ryle, A. and Bennink-Bolt, F. (2002). In Nolan, I.S. and Nolan, P. Object relations and integrative psychotherapy: Tradition and innovation in theory and practice. Cognitive analytic therapy: A Vygotskian development of object relations theory. (pp 126-142). Whurr Publishers

Ryle, A. and Low, J. (1993). Cognitive Analytic Therapy. Comprehensive Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration, Chapter 7, pp 87-100.

Ryle, A., Boa, C. and Fosbury, J. (1993). In Hodes, M. and Moorey, S. Psychological treatment in disease and illness. Identifying the causes of poor self-management in insulin dependent diabetics: The use of cognitive-analytic therapy techniques.. (pp ). Gaskell & The Society for Psychosomatic Research

Stowell-Smith, M, Gopfert, M. and Mitzman, S. (2001). In Pollock, P.H. Cognitive analytic therapy for adult survivors of childhood abuse: approaches to treatment and case management. Chapter 10 Group CAT for people with a history of sexual victimisation. (pp 206-227). Wiley

Stowell-Smith, M. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. States and reciprocal roles in the wider understanding of forensic mental health.. (pp 66-81). Taylor and Francis

Stowell-Smith, M., O'Kane, A. and Fairbanks, A. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. The adjunctive role of Cognitive Analytic Therapy in the treatment of child sexual offenders in secure forensic settings.. (pp 82-102). Taylor and Francis

Stricker, G. and Gooen-Piels, J (2002). In SÀfvestad Nolan I., & Nolan P. (Eds.) Object relations and integrative psychotherapy : tradition and innovation in theory and practice. Integrative and object relations focused approaches to psychotherapy: Theoretical concerns and outcome research. (pp 28-51). London : Whurr

Sutton, L. (2004). In Hepple, J. and Sutton, L. (eds) Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Later Life. Cultures of care in severe depression and dementia. (pp 201-220). Brunner Routledge

Sutton, L. and Leiman, M. (2004). In Hepple, J. and Sutton, L. Cognitive Analytic therapy and Later Life. The development of the dialogical self in CAT: a fresh perspective on ageing. (pp 6-44). Brunner Routledge

Tanner, C. and Connan, F. (2003). In Treasure, J., Schmidt, U. And van Furth, E. (eds.) Handbook of Eating Disorders, Second Edition. Cognitive Analytic Therapy. (pp 279-289). Wiley

Trijsburg, R.M., Colijn, S. and Holmes, J. (2005). In Gabbard, G.O., Beck, J.S. and Holmes, J. Oxford textbook of psychotherapy. Psychotherapy Integration. (pp 95-107). Oxford University Press

Westacott, M. (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. A case of dissociative murder. (pp 273-282). Taylor and Francis

Wilde McCormick E. (2000). In Wellings N., and Wilde McCormick E. Transpersonal psychotherapy : theory and practice. The Therapeutic Relationship. (pp 20-51). Continuum

Williams, D. (2006). In Hiller, J., Wood, H. and Bolton, W. (eds) Sex, mind, and emotion: Innovation in Psychological Theory and Practice. Borderline sexuality: sexually addictive behaviour in the context of a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder.. (pp ). Karnac Books

Wills, F. (2006). In Sills, C. Contracts in counselling and psychotherapy (2nd ed.). Cognitive Therapy: A Down-to-earth and Accessible Approach. (pp 41-51). Sage Publications Ltd

Withers, J. (2010). In Tennant A. and Howells, K. (eds.) Using Time, Not Doing Time: Practitioner Perspectives on Personality Disorder and Risk. Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT): A Treatment Approach for Treating People with Severe Personality Disorder. (pp 81-94). Wiley

Wood, H. (2006). In Hiller, J., Wood, H. And Bolton, W. (eds.) Sex, Mind, and Emotion: Innovation in Psychological Theory and Practice. Psychoanalytically informed CAT: a first treatment for problems of sexual relationships. (pp 249-272). Karnac

Wyner, R. and Gopfert, M. [Ed] (2006). In Pollock, P.H., Stowell-Smith, M. and Gopfert, M. (eds.) Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders: A New Approach to Forensic Psychotherapy. In the light of experience.. (pp ). Taylor and Francis

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