Events and CPD

ACAT promotes and supports a number of events aimed at ACAT members and those interested in Cognitive Analytic Therapy. Some of the events are specifically targetted to meet the needs of practising CAT therapists, others are more wide-ranging in subject but may still be useful to CAT therapists or others with a general interest in psychotherapy.

Forthcoming events and workshops are listed below. Click on the "details" link to see the full event information.

For a full list of forthcoming Training in CAT courses (ie Practitioner, Psychotherapist, Skills) please click here: http://www.acat.me.uk/page/training
scroll down the page you are taken to, to see the full summary list.

Current ACAT and CPD Events

ACAT Annual Conference

Details about the next ACAT Conference will be published here as soon as they are finalised.



ACAT AGM

Details about the next ACAT AGM will be published here as soon as they are finalised.


ACAT CPD Events


Local Group Events - Bookable Via ACAT


Local Group Events


Contact Details

ACAT Administration Manager:
Susan Van Baars
admin@acat.me.uk

Administrator:
Maria Cross

Postal Address:
ACAT
PO Box 6793
Dorchester
DT1 9DL
United Kingdom

Phone:
+44(0) 844 800 9496

Our Next 3 Events

02-10-14 Catalyse CAT Practitioner TrainingCatalyse is now inviting applications for the next CAT Practitioner Training Intake commencing 2 October 2014. The course aims to provide training in Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) to Practitioner Level for a range of NHS and other public service ...

09-10-14 Two Day Introduction to Using a Cognitive Analytic Perspective - non ACAT - postponed to 2015Two Day Introduction to Using a Cognitive Analytic Perspective: drawing on the principles of Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) To enhance your role in working in Health, Social Care, Probation and Prison Settings This event is offered by Karen Shann...

11-10-14 The Joy of DiagramsDiagrams may excite us and unleash our creativity - or they may cause us stress and anxiety. Some of us are Diagram 'naturals'; some of us struggle to "get it right". Are our Diagrams "right" (or "really CAT") if...