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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. .


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 Säfvestad 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


Journal Articles

Aveline, M. (2001). Very brief dynamic psychotherapy. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 7, pp 373-380.

Aveline, M., (2001). Innovative contemporary psychotherapies. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 7, pp 241 - 242.

Bamber, M. (1997). An evaluation of three cognitive models of depression. Clinical Psychology Forum, 99, pp 3-8.

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Ryle, A. (1980). Some Measures of Goal Attainment in Focused Integrated Active Psychotherapy: A Study of Fifteen Cases. British Journal of Psychiatry, 137, pp 475-486.

Ryle, A. (1981). Dyad Grid Dilemmas in Patients and Control Subjects. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 54, pp 353-358.

Ryle, A. (1983). The Value of Written Communications in Dynamic Psychotherapy. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 56, pp 361-366.

Ryle, A. (1984). How can we compare different psychotherapies? Why are they all effective?. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 57, pp 261-264.

Ryle, A. (1985). Cognitive Theory, Object Relations and the Self. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 58, pp 1 - 7.

Ryle, A. (1987). Cognitive Psychology as a Common Language for Psychotherapy. Journal of Integrative and Eclectic Psychotherapy, 6, 2, pp 168 - 172.

Ryle, A. (1991). Object Relations Theory and Activity Theory: A Proposed Link by way of the Procedural Sequence Model. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 64, pp 307 - 316.

Ryle, A. (1992). Critique of a Kleinian Case Presentation. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 65, pp 309 -317.

Ryle, A. (1993). Addiction to the Death Instinct? A Critical Review of Joseph's paper 'Addiction to Near Death'. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 10 (1), pp 88-92.

Ryle, A. (1994). Psychoanalysis, Cognitive-Analytic Therapy, Mind and Self. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 11, pp 567 - 593.

Ryle, A. (1994). Psychoanalysis and Cognitive Analytic Therapy. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 10 (3), pp 402 - 404.

Ryle, A. (1994). Introduction to Cognitive Analytic Therapy. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 17.

Ryle, A. (1994). Consciousness and psychotherapy. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 67, pp 115 - 123.

Ryle, A. (1994). Introduction to cognitive analytic therapy. International Journal of Short-Term Psychotherapy, 9, pp 92-109.

Ryle, A. (1994). Persuasion or Education? The Role of Reformulation in Cognitive Analytic Therapy. International Journal of Short-Term Psychotherapy, 9, pp 111 - 118.

Ryle, A. (1994). Projective Identification: A Particular Form of Reciprocal Role Procedure. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 67, pp 107 - 114.

Ryle, A. (1995). Fashions and Preoccupations in Psychotherapy Research. Psychotherapy Research, 5(2), pp 113-117.

Ryle, A. (1995). Transference and counter-transference variations in the course of the cognitive-analytic therapy of two borderlinepatients: The relation to the diagrammatic reformulation of self-states. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 68, pp 109 -124.

Ryle, A. (1995). Critique of a Kleinian Case Study Defensive Organizations or Collusive Interpretations? A Further Critique of Kleinian Theory and Practice. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 12(1), pp 60-68.

Ryle, A. (1995). BJP ANNUAL LECTURE 1994: Psychoanalysis, Cognitive Analytic Therapy, Mind and Self. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 11 (4), pp 567-575.

Ryle, A. (1995). Defensive Organizations or Collusive Interpretations? A Further Critique of Kleinian Theory and Practice. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 12/1, pp 60 - 68.

Ryle, A. (1995). Holmes on Bowlby and the Future of Psychotherapy: A Response. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 11 (3), pp 448 - 452.

Ryle, A. (1996). Cognitive analytic therapy: Theory and practice and its application to the treatment of a personality-disordered patient. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 6, no. 2, pp 139-172.

Ryle, A. (1996). Ogden's Autistic-Contiguous Position and the Role of Interpretation in Psychoanalytic Theory Building. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 69, pp 129 - 138.

Ryle, A. (1997). The Structure and Development of Borderline Personality Disorder: A Proposed Model. British Journal of Psychiatry, 170, pp 82-87.

Ryle, A. (1998). The whirligig of time. Psychiatric Bulletin, 22, pp 263 - 267.

Ryle, A. (1998). Cognitive Analytic Therapy. The Psychotherapist, 10, pp 7.

Ryle, A. (1998). Transferences and Countertransferences: The Cognitive Analytic Therapy Perspective. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 14 (3), pp 303-309.

Ryle, A. (1998). Transference and counter-transference The Cognitive Analytic Therapy Perspective. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 14, pp 303-309.

Ryle, A. (2001). Constructivism and cognitive analytic therapy (CAT). Constructivism in the Human Sciences, 6, pp 51-58.

Ryle, A. (2002). Personality disorder (Correspondence). British Journal of Psychiatry, 181, pp 76-77.

Ryle, A. (2003). Something more than the ‘Something more than interpretation’ is needed: A comment on the paper by the Process of Change Study Group. The International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 84, pp 109-118.

Ryle, A. (2004). The contribution of cognitive analytic therapy to the treatment of borderline personality disorder. Journal of Personality Disorders, 18(1), pp 3-35.

Ryle, A. (2005). The relevance of evolutionary psychology for psychotherapy. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 21 (3), pp 375-388.

Ryle, A. (2005). Invited comment on 'state of mind organization in personality disorders: Typical states and the triggering of interstate shifts' by Dimaggio et al.. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 12/5, pp 360-366.

Ryle, A. (2007). Investigating the phenomenology of borderline personality disorder with the States Description procedure: Clinical implications. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 14, pp 329-341.

Ryle, A. and Breen, D. (1971). The Recognition of Psychopathology on the Repertory Grid. British Journal of Psychiatry, 119, pp 319-321.

Ryle, A. and Breen, D. (1972). Some Differences in the Personal Constructs of Neurotic and Normal Subjects. British Journal of Psychiatry, 120, pp 483-489.

Ryle, A. and Evans, C.H. (1991). Some meanings of body and self in eating-disordered and comparison subjects. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 64, pp 273-283.

Ryle, A. and Fawkes, L. (2007). Multiplicity of Selves and Others: Cognitive Analytic Therapy. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 63 (2), pp 165-174.

Ryle, A. and Golynkina, K. (2000). Effectiveness of time-limited cognitive analytic therapy of borderline personality disorder: Factors associated with outcome. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 73, pp 197-210.

Ryle, A. and Lipshitz, S. (1976). Repertory Grid Elucidation of a Difficult Conjoint Therapy. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 49, pp 281-285.

Ryle, A. and Lunghi, M.E. (1969). The Measurement of Relevant Change after Psychotherapy: Use of Repertory Grid Testing. British Journal of Psychiatry, 115, pp 1297-1304.

Ryle, A. and Marlowe, M.J. (1995). Cognitive Analytic Therapy of Borderline Personality Disorder: Theory and Practice and the Clinical and Research Uses of the Self States Sequential Diagram. International Journal of Short-Term Psychotherapy, 10, pp 21-34.

Ryle, A. and Marlowe, M.J. (2001). States and State Shifts in Borderline Patients: Theoretical Considerations and a Comparison of Sequential Diagrammatic Reformulation and the Self States Grid. Journal Article

Ryle, A. et al. (1992). Outcome Measures on 38 Guys CAT Patients - unpublished data. Journal Article

Ryle, A., Spencer, J. and Yawetz, C. (1992). When Less Is More Or At Least Enough: Two Case Examples of 16-session Cognitive Analytic Therapy. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 8 (4), pp 401-412.

Sandler J. (1976). Countertransference and Role-Responsivenes. International Review of Psychoanalysis, 3, pp 43-47.

Savournin, R., Evans, C., Hirst, J.F. and Watson, J,P. (1995). The elusive factor structure of the Inventory of Interpersonal Problems. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 68, pp 353-369.

Scanlan C, Adlam J (2011). 0533-3164. Group Analaysis: the international journal of Group-analytic psychotherapy, 44, pp 131-148.

Scanlan C, Adlam J. (2011). 'Defacing the currency?': A Group Analytic Appreciation of Homelessness and Other Inarticulate Speech of the Heart. Group Analaysis: the international journal of Group-analytic psychotherapy, 44 (2), pp 131-148.

Scott A., and Ryle A. (1995). Annual Lecture: Discussion (1995) Psychoanalysis, Cognitive Analytic Therapy, Mind and Self. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 11, pp 585-593.

Scott, A. (1993). Response to Anthony Ryle. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 10(1), pp 93-95.

Sheard, T., Evans, J., Cash, D., Hicks, J., King, A., Morgan, N., Nereli, B., Porter, I., Rees, H., Sandford, J., Slinn, R., Sunder, K. and Ryle, A. (2000). A CAT-derived one to three session intervention for repeated deliberate self-harm: A description of the model and initial experience of trainee psychiatrist in using it. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 73, pp 179-196.

Shine, L. and Westacott, M. (2010). Reformulation in cognitive analytic therapy: Effects on the working alliance and the client's perspective on change. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 83, pp 161-177.

Sochos, A. (2005). Attachment and representational change in cognitive analytic therapy: Developing a taxonomy. Counselling Psychology Review, 20/4, pp 15-30.

Stiles, W., Leiman, M., Shapiro, D., Hardy, G., Barkham, M., Detert, N. and Llewelyn, S. (2006). What does the first exchange tell? Dialogical sequence analysis and assimilation in very brief therapy. Psychotherapy Research, 16(4), pp 408-421.

Stiles, W.B. (1997). Signs and Voices: Joining a Conversation in Progress. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 70, pp 169-176.

Stricker, G. (1991). Toward Psychotherapy Integration. PsycCRITIQUES, 36, pp 574-575.

Sutton, L. (2003). When Late Life Brings a Diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease and Early Life Brought Trauma. A Cognitive-Analytic Understanding of Loss of Mind. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 10/3, pp 156-164.

Thake, A., Bennet, D., Kellett, S. and Ryle, T. (2011). Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder: Therapist Competence and Therapeutic Effectiveness in Routine Practice. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 20, pp 216-225.

Thompson, A.R., Donnison, J., Warnock-Parkes, E., Turpin, G., Turner, J. and Kerr I.B. (2008). Multidisciplinary community mental health team staff's experience of a 'skills level' training course in cognitive analytic therapy. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 17, pp 131-137.

Thompson, A.R., Powis, J. and Carradice, A. (2008). Community Psychiatric Nurses' experience of working with people who engage in deliberate self-harm. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 17, pp 153-161.

Tilden, B., Charman, D., Sharples, J. And Fosbury, J. (2005). Identity and Adherence in a Diabetes Patient: Transformations in Psychotherapy. Qualitative Health Research, 15 no. 3, pp 312-324.

Totterdell, P. & Kellett, S. (2013). Taming the green-eyed monster: Temporal responsivity to cognitive behavioural and cognitive analytic therapy for morbid jealousy. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 86 part 1, pp 52-69.

Toye J. (2008). Emotionally homeless. Therapy today: the magazine for counselling & psychotherapy professionals., 19, pp 26-30.

Treasure, J. (2001). Psychological therapies in anorexia nervosa: Reply. British Journal of Psychiatry, 179, pp 78-79.

Treasure, J. and Ward, A. (1997). Cognitive Analytical Therapy in the Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 4(1), pp 62-71.

Treasure, J., Todd, G., Brolly, M., Tiller, J., Nehmed, A. and Denman, F. (1995). A Pilot Study of a Randomised Trial of Cognitive Analytic Therapy vs Educational Behavioral Therapy for Adult Anorexia Nervosa. Behavioral Research Therapy, 33 no. 4, pp 363-367.

Turner, J. and Mackintosh, P. (2010). A review of the effectiveness of a brief (8 sessions) Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) for clients with anger problems. Journal Article

Uusitalo-Arola, L. (2004). When work challenges one's whole life: Dialogical assessment of coping competency. Psykologia, 39/4, pp 272-283.

Vapaavouri, J.A. and Leiman, M. (2000). Conflict between two persons in a staff group: A repertory grid study. Revista Argentina de Clinica Psicologica,, 9, pp 25-37.

Vos, H.J. (2001). A minimax procedure in the context of sequential testing problems in psychodiagnostics.. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 54, pp 139-159.

Walsh, S, Hagan, T. and Gamsu, D. (2000). Rescuer and rescued: applying a cognitive analytic perspective to explore the 'mis-management' of asthma. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 73, pp 151-168.

Walsh, S. (1996). Adapting Cognitive Analytic Therapy to Make Sense of Psychologically Harmful Work Environments. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 69, pp 3-20.

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Watson, R. and Vidal, M. (2011). 'Do you see other men who do this?' Reflections upon working with men who visit commercial sex workers in a National Health Service sexual health clinic. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 26 No. 1, pp 61-71.

Whewell, P. (2001). Commentary on innovative contemporary psychotherapies. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 7, pp 252-254.

Wildgoose, A., Clarke, S. and Waller, G. (2001). Treating personality fragmentation and dissociation in borderline personality disorder: a pilot study of the impact of cognitive analytic therapy.. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 74, pp 47-55.

Wildgoose, J., McCrindle, D. and Tillett, R. (2002). The Exeter half-day release psychotherapy training scheme -A model for others?. Psychiatric Bulletin, 26, pp 31-33.

Winston, A.P. (2000). Recent developments in borderline personality disorder. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 6, pp 211-217.

Withers, J. (2008). Cognitive analytic therapy (CAT): a therapy in a medium secure hospital for a mentally disordered offender with a personality disorder. British Journal of Forensic Practice, 10 Issue 3, pp 24-32.

Woody, R.H. (2007). Treating Offenders.. PsycCRITIQUES, 52/5, pp Online review, no page numbers.

Yeates, G., Hamill, M., Sutton, L., Psaila, K., Gracey, F., Mohamed, S. and O'Dell, J. (2008). Dysexecutive Problems and Interpersonal Relating Following Frontal Brain Injury: Reformulation and Compensation in Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT). Neuro-Psychoanalysis, 10 (1), pp 43-58.

Zonzi, A., Barkham, M., Hardy, G.E., Llewelyn, S.P., Stiles, W.B., and Leiman, M. (2014). Zone of proximal development (ZPD) as an ability to play in psychotherapy: A theory-building case study of very brief therapy. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 87(4), pp 447-464.


Reformulation Articles

Akande, R. (2007). A Sign for the Therapeutic Relationship. Reformulation, 29, pp 6 - 7.

Appleby, K. (2003). Cognitive Analytic Therapy - its influence on my practice in the Occupational Health Speciality within a Clinical Psychology and Counselling Service. Reformulation Article

Aquarone, R. (2004). Dissociation and Power: A Dialogue with Voices. Reformulation, 22, pp 15-19.

Ardern, M. (2004). Book Review: Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Later Life by Sutton and Hepple. Reformulation, 22, pp 28-29.

Baker, J. (2003). Evaluation of CAT in GP Practice. Reformulation Article

Bancheva, M. (2006). Family Constellations and CAT: Reciprocal Roles Through The Generations?. Reformulation, 26, pp 15 - 17.

Bancroft, A., Collins, S., Crowley, V., Harding, C., Kim, Y., Lloyd, J. and Murphy, N. (2008). Is CAT an Island or Solar System? The dilemmas in the therapeutic frame when working with people in learning disabilities services. Reformulation, 30, pp 23-25.

Beard, H. (2003). Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought. Reformulation Article

Bennett, D. (2004). Summary Report on ACAT Training and Trainer Development Conference. Reformulation Article

Boa, C. (2002). Book Review - INTRODUCING COGNITIVE ANALYTIC THERAPY PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE: Anthony Ryle and Ian B Kerr. Reformulation Article

Bristow, J. (2004). The Use of the Dyad Grid in CAT - An Example. Reformulation Article

Bristow, J. (2006). Change of State: Learning How To Manage Unmanageable Feelings and States. Reformulation, 26, pp 6 - 7.

Buckley, M (2003). CPD Update. Reformulation Article

Buckley, M. (2003). CAT CPD Update - May 2003. Reformulation Article

Buckley, M. (2004). Continuing Professional Development. Reformulation Article

Burns Lundgren, E. (2002). Update from Melbourne. Reformulation Article

Burns-Lundgren, E. (2003). Update on the Melbourne Project - May 2003. Reformulation Article

Burns-Lundgren, E. (2004). Review of "Writing Cures - An Introductory Handbook of Writing in Counselling and Psychotherapy". Reformulation Article

Burns-Lundgren, E. and Walker, M. (2008). The Body in Dialogue. Reformulation, 30, pp 18-19.

Carradice, A. (2004). Applying Cognitive Analytic Therapy to Guide Indirect Working. Reformulation Article

Carroll, R., Elia, I., Compton Dickinson, S. and Webster, M. (2005). Workshop Presentation Synopses from the 2005 ACAT Annual Conference. Reformulation Article

Chanen, A. (2002). Update on The Melbourne Project - Prevention and Early Intervention for Borderline Personality Disorder. Reformulation Article

Collins, S. (2006). 'Don't Dis' Me!' using CAT with Young People who have Physical and Learning Disabilities. Reformulation, 27, pp 13 -15.

Collins, S. (2007). Book Review: Just War. Psychology and Terrorism. Reformulation, 28, pp 18 - 19.

Curran, A. (2004). Book Review: Two Old Women by Velma Wallis. Reformulation, 22, pp 29.

de Normanville, J. and Kerr, I. (2003). Initial experience of a CAT skills certificate level training for a community mental health team working with complex and "difficult" mental health problems (including personality disorders).. Reformulation Article

Denman, C. (2002). CAT and Cognition. A Personal View and Conference Report. Reformulation Article

Denman, C. (2003). Psychoanalytic Perspective on Perversion Reformulated. Reformulation Article

Diamond, N. (2006). Attachment, The Body and Trauma. Reformulation Article

Dower, C. (2004). Review of "The Self-Esteem Journal: Using a Journal to Build Self-Esteem" by Alison Waines. Reformulation Article

Dunn, M (2002). Diagrammatic Psychotherapy File. Reformulation Article

Dunn, M. (2002). To Boldy Go... A View of CAT After 15 Years. Reformulation Article

Dunn, M. (2002). A CAT Approach to Gaia and The Psyche. Reformulation Article

Dunn, M. (2005). Letter from Mary Dunn, Chair of ACAT. Reformulation Article

Dunn, M. (2007). In the Beginning was the Conversation 'Process' Spirituality and CAT. Reformulation, 29, pp 16 - 19.

Elia, I. (2002). The Neurotic Neighbourhood. Reformulation Article

Elia, I. (2004). Mirror, Voice and Reciprocal Role. Reformulation Article

Elia, I. (2007). The Inner Voice Check. Reformulation, 28, pp 28 -29.

Elia, I. (2007). Cuckoo Lane. Reformulation Article

Elia, I. and Jenaway, A. (2007). You’re driving me insane: Literature, Lyrics and Drama through CAT eyes for clients and students. Reformulation, 28, pp 43 -44.

Elia, I. and Jenaway, A. (2008). Letter from the Editors. Reformulation Article

Elia, I. and Jenaway, A. (2009). Letter from the Editors. Reformulation Article

Falchi, V. (2007). Using CAT in an assertive outreach team: a reflection on current issues. Reformulation, 28, pp 11 - 17.

Fawkes, L. (2002). In Celebration of Integration and Diversity. CAT in the West Country and Beyond. Reformulation Article

Fawkes, L. and Fretten, V. (2003). Two different presentations with Borderline Personality Disorder. Reformulation Article

Fiorani, C. and Poggioli, M. (2009). A Little Italian Story - Service Development. Reformulation Article

Fisher, C. and Harding, C. (2009). Thoughts on the Rebel Role: Its Application to Challenging Behaviour in Learning Disability Services. Reformulation Article

Freeman, E. and Williams, L. (2008). Measuring Outcomes in CAT. Reformulation Article

Freshwater, K. and Kerr, I. (2006). CAT Skills Training in Mental Health Settings. Reformulation, 26, pp 17 -18.

Gardner, P. (2006). The 'Fast Trauma and Phobia Cure'.. Reformulation Article

Gilbert, P. (2003). Working With Shame. Reformulation Article

Gray, M. (2006). Musings on Doing CAT with Couples. Reformulation, 27, pp 29 -31.

Harvey, L. (2008). Silence in Practice. Reformulation, 30, pp 11-13.

Hayward, M. and McCurrie, C. (2008). Metaprocedures in Normal Development and in Therapy. Reformulation, 30, pp 42-45.

Hepple, J. (2003). Developing a Language of Later Life. Reformulation Article

Hepple, J. (2006). The Witness and the Judge : Cognitive Analytic Therapy in later life : The case of Maureen. Reformulation, 27, pp 23 -28.

Hobson, J. (2004). Managing Intense Emotions and Overcoming Self Destructive Habits: Lorraine Bell. Reformulation Article

Hubbuck, J. (2008). The States Description Procedure: Some Clinical Implications for the CAT Self-States Sequential Diagram [SSSD]. Reformulation, 30, pp 46-53.

Hubbuck, J. (2008). Draft States of Mind Inventory: Preliminary Tests in Individual and Group CAT Therapy at the Manor Clinic, Southampton. Reformulation Article

Hughes, R. (2008). Plugging in and Letting Go: the Use of Art in CAT. Reformulation, 30, pp 9-10.

Jellema, A. (2006). An Animal Living in a World of Symbols. Reformulation Article

Jellema, A., Crowley, V., Griffiths, T., Twist, G. and Gray, S. (2003). Developing and Promoting CAT in the NHS - Problems and Possibilities. Reformulation Article

Jenaway, A. (2006). CAT with Teenagers Leaving Care. Reformulation, 26, pp 3 - 4.

Jenaway, A. (2007). Using Cognitive Analytic Therapy with parents: some theory and a case report. Reformulation, 29, pp 12 - 15.

Jenaway, A. (2008). The ‘Human Givens’ Fast Trauma and Phobia Cure. Reformulation, 30, pp 14-15.

Jenaway, A. and Elia, I. (2005). Editorial - Reformulation Spring 2005. Reformulation Article

Jenaway, A. and Elia, I. (2006). Letter from the Editors. Reformulation Article

Jenaway, A. and Lloyd, J. (2008). Consent to Publish in Reformulation. Reformulation, 30, pp 7-8.

Jenaway, A. and Mortlock, D. (2008). Service Innovation: Offering Cognitive Analytic Therapy in a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service. Reformulation, 30, pp 31-32.

John, C. and Darongkamas, J. (2009). Reflections on Our Experience of Running a Brief 10-Week Cognitive Analytic Therapy Group. Reformulation Article

Jones, A. and Childs, D. (2007). Reformulating the NHS reforms. Reformulation, 28, pp 7 -10.

Kellett, S. (2004). Process Issues in Conducting CAT with Dissociative Identity Disorder. Reformulation Article

Kerr, I. (2002). Reflections on the Publication of "Introduction to CAT theory and practice". Reformulation Article

Kimber-Rogal, N. (2008). "My Life in Pictures" OCD and CAT. Reformulation Article

Kimber-Rogal, N. (2008). Relationships and CAT. Reformulation Article

King, R. (2005). CAT, the Therapeutic Relationship and Working with People with Learning Disability. Reformulation Article

King, R. (2006). Pull-out section: The Psychotherapy File. Reformulation, 26, pp 7 -14.

Kingerlee, R. (2004). The Procedure Tracking Form (PTF): A Possible New Tool for CAT. Reformulation.

Knight, A. (2008). Clinical Implications for the Pregnant CAT Therapist. Reformulation, 30, pp 38-41.

Knight, A. (2008). The CAT Articles Review. Reformulation Article

Knight, M. (2003). Report from the UKCP NHS Committee - May 2003. Reformulation Article

Knight, M. (2004). The "Big Issue" - Report from UKCP. Reformulation Article

Llewellyn, S. and Cooper, M. (2004). What Do Cognitive Approaches Have To Contribute To CAT?. Reformulation.

Lloyd, J. (2007). Case Study on Z not as Impossible as we had Thought. Reformulation, 28, pp 31 - 39.

Lloyd, J. (2009). Book Review of: Beatrice Beebe and Frank Lachmann (2002). Infant Research and Adult Treatment: Co-constructing Interactions. Published London: Analytic Press.. Reformulation Article

Lloyd, J. and Williams, B. (2003). Reciprocal Roles and the 'Unspeakable Known': Exploring CAT within Services for People with Learning Disabilities. Reformulation Article

Lucas, S. (2003). CAT CPD in the North of England: Some Reflections on Organising Events. Reformulation Article

Marriott M, Kellet S (2009). The CAT Articles Review. Reformulation Article

Marriott, M. and Kellett, S. (2007). Generating Practice-Based Evidence for CAT. Reformulation, 28, pp 40 -42.

McCormick, L. (2008). CAT and the Media. Reformulation Article

Mirapeix, C., Landin, S. and Alvarez, V. (2004). A Cognitive Analytic Multicomponent Psychotherapy Program, for the Treatment of Severe Personality Disorders in an Intensive Outpatient Unit.. Reformulation Article

Moss, A. (2007). The Application of CAT to Working with People with Learning Disabilities. Reformulation, 28, pp 20 - 27.

Murphy, N. (2008). CAT Used Therapeutically and Contextually for a client with Learning Disability and Asperger Syndrome. Reformulation, 30, pp 26-30.

Nield, C. (2003). Agenda for Change and Psychotherapy. Reformulation Article

Nuttall, S. (2003). Editorial - Reformulation Spring 2003. Reformulation Article

Nuttall, S. and Scott Stewart, M. (2002). Editorial Spring 2002. Reformulation Article

Nuttall, S. and Scott Stewart, M. (2004). Naming or Shaming?. Reformulation Article

Nuttall, S. and Scott-Stewart, M. (2002). Editorial - Reformulation Autumn 2002. Reformulation Article

Nuttall, S. and Scott-Stewart, M. (2004). Editorial Summer 2004. Reformulation.

O'Brien, C. (2004). Public Expectations of CAT. Reformulation Article

Parkinson, R. (2008). The Development of the Sequential Diagrammatic Reformulation. Reformulation, 30, pp 33-37.

Pollard, R. (2002). What do we mean by the Self in CAT? Implications for Research. Reformulation Article

Pollard, R. (2003). Book Review: “Language for those who have nothing. Mikhail Bakhtin and the Landscape of Psychiatry” Peter Good (2001). Reformulation Article

Pollard, R. (2004). Are there Limitations to the Dialogical Approach to Psychotherapy?. Reformulation.

Pollard, R. (2009). State Regulation of Psychotherapy: Protecting the Public or "Professionalising" Psychotherapy at the Expense of Therapeutic Integrity, Creativity and Diversity?. Reformulation Article

Pollard, R. and Toye, J. (2006). Updating the Psycho-Social Checklist. Reformulation, 27, pp 19 -21.

Pollard, R., Hepple, J. and Elia, I. (2006). A Dialogue about the Dialogical Approach. Reformulation Article

Potter, S. (2002). In Praise of Practitioner Training. Reformulation Article

Potter, S. (2002). Brilliant or Doomed: Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Relational Intelligence in Higher Education. Reformulation Article

Potter, S. (2003). Letter from the Chair of ACAT, Potter, S.. Reformulation Article

Potter, S. (2004). Untying the knots: relational states of mind in Cognitive Analytic Therapy?. Reformulation Article

Potter, S. and Lopez-Real, J. (2002). A Tribute to Angela Wilton. Reformulation Article

Potter, S. and Sutton, L. (2006). Making the dialogic clearer in the practice of cognitive analytic therapy: unpublished article. Reformulation Article

Psaila, C.L. and Crowley, V. (2006). Cognitive Analytic Therapy in People with Learning Disabilities: an Investigation into the Common Reciprocal Roles Found Within this Client Group. Reformulation, 27, pp 5 - 11.

Quraishi, M. (2009). CAT Effectiveness: A Summary. Reformulation Article

Raymond, C. (2008). Looking at a Therapeutic Relationship In CAT. Reformulation Article

Rowland, N. (2007). Evidence submitted by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (NICE 92). Reformulation, 29, pp 20.

Ruppert, M., Birchnall, Z., Bruton, C. and Christianson, S. (2008). Integration of Cognitive Analytic Therapy Understandings with Interactional Group Therapy (Yalom Style). Reformulation, 30, pp 20-22.

Ryle, A. (2002). Differences Between Borderline and Narcissistic Personality Disorders. Reformulation Article

Ryle, A. (2003). Improve Your Reformulation and Contribute to Research - Try the States Description Procedure (SDP). Reformulation Article

Ryle, A. (2003). History and Use of the SDR. Reformulation Article

Ryle, A. (2004). Update on CAT Publications. Reformulation Article

Ryle, A. (2005). Article Review - Subjective Consciousness Explained. Reformulation Article

Ryle, A. (2005). Journal Reviews Update Spring 2005. Reformulation Article

Ryle, A. (2006). Long Distance Supervision. Reformulation Article

Ryle, A. (2007). keeping cat alive. Reformulation, 28, pp 4 - 5.

Ryle, A. (2007). States Characterisation Procedure (SCP) for supporting the reformulation of patients with borderline/dissociative features. Reformulation, 29, pp 9 -11.

Ryle, A. (2009). Book Review of: How Infants Know Minds. Reddy, V. (2008). Harvard University Press.. Reformulation Article

Sacks, M. (2003). Using and Understanding of Primary Process Thinking in CAT. Reformulation Article

Salyer, K. (2002). Time Limited Therapy: A Necessary Evil in the Managed Care Era?. Reformulation Article

Scott Stewart, M. (2002). The Internalisation of the Perpetrator. Reformulation Article

Scott Stewart, M. and Nuttall, S. (2003). Editorial - Reformulation Summer 2003. Reformulation Article

Scott Stewart, M. and Nuttall, S. (2003). Letters to the Editors - Reformulation Summer 2003. Reformulation Article

Scott Stewart, M. and Nuttall, S. (2004). Reformulation Editorial Autumn 2004. Reformulation Article

Scott-Stewart, M. (2002). CAT and the Self: Review of Dialogism: Bakhtin and his world by Michael Holquist, Routledge. Reformulation Article

Sellix, M. (2002). A Personal Study of Core Pain. Reformulation Article

Sellix, M. (2008). Cuckoo Lane: A Thought from a Cuckoo's Nest in the West. Reformulation, 30, pp 6.

Sloper, J. (2005). A Simple Guide to the ACATonline Bulletin Board. Reformulation Article

Sutton, L. (2004). Teaching-Learning CAT and Threshold Concepts - a Teaching-Learning Aid. Reformulation Article

Sutton, L. and Gaskell, A. (2009). Meeting with Older People as CAT Practitioners: Attending to Neglect. Reformulation Article

Tanner C. and Webster, P. (2003). Narcissism - A CAT Perspective. Reformulation Article

Toye, J (2003). Dissertations and Reformulation. Reformulation Article

Toye, J (2003). Cultural Diversity and CAT. Reformulation Article

Toye, J. (2007). Poetry at Work. Reformulation, 29, pp 8.

Toye, J. (2009). Aims and Exits from Self-Defeating Procedures. Reformulation Article

Tschudi, F. (2002). Buying FLEXIGRID. Reformulation Article

Walsh, M. (2003). Mind the Gap. Reformulation Article

Welch, L. (2004). Should Never mean Never?. Reformulation Article

Welch, L. (2004). Thoughts on the Inner Dialogue Between a CAT Therapist and Karl - I am not a marxist - Marx. Reformulation Article

Westacott, M. (2008). Letter from the Chair of ACAT. Reformulation, 30, pp 3-4.

Westacott, M. (2008). Updates from ACAT's Committees. Reformulation, 30, pp 6.

Westacott, M. (2008). Statutory Regulation Update. Reformulation Article

Westacott, M. (2009). Update on Statutory Regulation. Reformulation Article

Wilde McCormick, E. (2004). Mindfulness and CAT. Reformulation Article

Wilde McCormick, E. (2008). How to Enjoy Writing a Prose Reformulation. Reformulation, 30, pp 16-17.

Wilshaw, G. (2005). Using CAT to ‘Re-Introduce’ the Client to the Services. Reformulation Article

Wood, H. (2003). Psychoanalytic Theories of Perversion Reformulated. Reformulation Article


ACATnews Articles

Bell, C. (1998). A Pre-CAT Issue: The Influence of Partner Safety on the Assessment of Men Who Batter. ACATnews Article

Bennett, D. (1995). The Use of Transference in CAT: Refinement of a Proposed Model. ACATnews Article

Bennett, D. (1999). An Update on Microsupervision. ACATnews Article

Bermingham, D. (1998). Working With Sex Offenders When You Think Like a CAT Person. ACATnews Article

Blunden, J. (1993). A Brief Introductory Handout About CAT. ACATnews.

Boa, C. (1998). SDR's for Beginners. ACATnews Article

Boa, C. (2002). Introductory CAT Workshops: Helpful Guidelines. ACATnews Article

Buckley, M. (2002). CPD Policy Document for ACAT. ACATnews Article

Burns-Lundgren, E. (2000). Re-introducing CAT to Student Counselling. ACATnews Article

Chanen, A. (2000). Prevention and Early Intervention for Borderline Personality Disorder in Young People. ACATnews Article

Clarke, S. (2001). A Randomised Controlled Trial of the Efficacy of CAT for the Treatment of Personality Disorder. ACATnews Article

Coumont, V. (2001). Le CAT a Paris. ACATnews Article

Coumont, V., Parry, G. and Evans, M. (2001). Personal therapy as part of CAT training. ACATnews Article

Curran, A. (2000). Impressions of Finland. ACATnews Article

Danon, G., Rosenblum, O. and LeNestour, A. (2001). The Development of Self in Early Experience: Borderline Mothers and Their Infants. ACATnews Article

Donias, S. (1993). Validating Conceptual Aspects of the Reformulation Process in CAT. ACATnews Article

Doyle, J. (2000). Zen, Cinderella and the Art of CAT. ACATnews Article

Dunn, M. (1993). Meditation on the Phenomena of Anxiety in CAT Clinical Training. ACATnews Article

Dunn, M. (1993). Modern Fairy Tales: Of Vampires and Batmen. ACATnews Article

Dunn, M. (1993). Some Subjective Ideas on the Nature of Object. ACATnews, 2, pp 2.

Dunn, M. (1997). Do we allow CAT to have a heart? Is it soft and wet? A Response.. ACATnews Article

Dunn, M. and Ryle, A. (1993). Tony Ryle Briefly Interviewed by Mark Dunn. ACATnews Article

Elia, I. (1998). Reciprocal Roles: Caught in the Crossfire. ACATnews Article

Elia, I. (2000). CAT Chat : Videos on CAT Practice and Theory : Dialogue between Tony Ryle and Mark Dunn. ACATnews Article

Fawkes, L. (2001). ACATnews Editorial Autumn 2001. ACATnews Article

Fawkes, L. (2002). ACATnews Editorial Summer 2002. ACATnews Article

Fitzsimmons, M (2000). A credit-card sized SDR and its use with a patient with limited language skills.. ACATnews Article

Ford, T.J., Roberts, J. and Pound, A. (1997). Outcome of Cognitive Analytic Therapy. ACATnews Article

Goldzweig, J. (2000). CAT in One Session. ACATnews Article

Gopfert, M. and Barnes, B. (1995). The Therapeutic Relationship and Therapy Outcome. ACATnews Article

Harbour, K. and Nehmad, A. (1995). CAT For The Elderly. ACATnews Article

Harris, Y. (2000). Race and CAT. ACATnews Article

Harvey, L (1993). On TP and TPP Rating Sheets. ACATnews Article

Harvey, L. (1993). Towards a Greater Acceptance of the Cognitive in CAT. ACATnews Article

Harvey, L. (1994). CAT and Eating Disorders. ACATnews Article

Hepple, J. (2001). Borderline Traits and Dissociated States in Later Life. ACATnews Article

Jellema, A. (2001). CAT and Attachment Theory: A Reply to Tony Ryle. ACATnews Article

Jellema, A. (2001). "Doing CAT" versus "Using CAT". ACATnews Article

Kerr, I. (2000). CAT in Australia. ACATnews Article

King, R. (2000). CAT and Learning Disability. ACATnews Article

Lawson, C. (2000). Research into Supervision. ACATnews Article

Leiman, M. (1993). Words as Interpsychological Mediators of Psychotherapuetic Discourse. ACATnews Article

Leiman, M. (1993). The Problem of Relating TPs and TPPs. ACATnews Article

Leiman, M. (1997). Early Signs of Dialogical Sequences in CAT. ACATnews Article

Marzillier, J. (1997). Reading Scott Fitzgerald: Literature and the psychology of narcissism. ACATnews Article

McCormick, E. (1995). Do We Allow CAT To Have A Heart - And If We Do, Does This Make It Soft And Wet?. ACATnews Article

Melton, J. (1995). The Impact of Different Views of God in Therapy: Healing or Perpetuating the Split in the Split Egg. ACATnews Article

Morris, P. (1995). Blunt Thoughts about Sharpening the File. ACATnews Article

Nehmad, A. (1993). CAT and its Relationships to Non-CAT - Preliminary Thoughts About Annalee's Diagram. ACATnews Article

Nehmad, A. (1997). The Essence of Effective Psychotherapy: Reflections of a CAT Therapist learning Solution Focussed Brief Therapy. ACATnews Article

Nehmad, A. (1997). Narcissism destructive and disowned: Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida. ACATnews Article

Nehmad, A. (1997). CAT and Narcissism: The Missing Chapter. ACATnews Article

Nehmad, A. (1997). Beyond State Shifts - Metashifts. ACATnews Article

Nevison, C. (2000). The Experience Of The Psychiatric Interview Following Self-Harm. ACATnews Article

Pollard, C. (1997). Narcissism: From Kohut to CAT. ACATnews Article

Pollard, R. (2001). Research and Cognitive Analytic Therapy: What do we need to know?. ACATnews Article

Pollard, R. (2001). Some of the Historical and Cultural Background to the Self. ACATnews Article

Pollard, R. (2003). Who was Bakhtin? Marxist Materialist, Christian Mystic, or rampant plagiarist? - Does the 'Crisis' in Bakhtin Studies have any implications for Cognitive Analytic Theory?. ACATnews Article

Potter, S. (1999). A Personal View of ACAT. ACATnews Article

Ramm, M. (2000). CAT in Scotland: SCOTCAT. ACATnews Article

Rapp, H. (1995). A map for a road often travelled in CAT. ACATnews Article

Ryle, A. (1993). So What's Wrong With CAT?. ACATnews Article

Ryle, A. (1995). The Special Needs Project (CAT For Borderline Patients). ACATnews Article

Ryle, A. (1998). Curiosity and CAT. ACATnews Article

Ryle, A. (1998). Sequential Diagrams, Reflections and Suggested Revisions. ACATnews Article

Ryle, A. (2000). CAT, Attachment Theory and Cognitivism. ACATnews Article

Ryle, A. (2001). CAT's Dialogic Perspective on the Self. ACATnews Article

Ryle, A. (2002). CAT and the NHS. ACATnews Article

Scott Stewart, M. (2001). Reconstructing the Infant : Review of 'The Interpersonal World of The Infant' by Daniel Stern. ACATnews Article

Sheard, T. (2000). Response to the Research Committee's Position Paper. ACATnews Article

Sloper, J. (2000). A New Database for ACAT. ACATnews Article

Sloper, J. (2002). What's it like to have Cognitive Analytic Therapy?. ACATnews Article

Sutton, L. (1999). CAT in Later Life: Becoming a Historian of the Self. ACATnews Article

Tanner, C. (1994). Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse : A Discussion of Definitions, Prevalence, Incidence and Theory as it applies to CAT Practice. ACATnews Article

Tanner, C. (2002). Target Problems: The Focus in a CAT Therapy. ACATnews Article

Toye, J. (1999). Working with Victims of Racism. ACATnews Article

Turner, V. (1999). Opinion and Debate : Boundaries. ACATnews Article

Walker, M. (2000). Midlands CAT - MCAT. ACATnews Article

Welch, L. (1994). Supervision: Integrating Self and Skill. ACATnews Article

Welch, L. (1995). Can the Concept of Competencies Help Us to be Competent?. ACATnews Article

Welch, L. (2000). Private Misery, Public Rage and Poor Soundproofing - Seeking Happiness in the NHS. ACATnews Article

Wilton, A. (1995). A Study of Birth Stories and Their Relevance for CAT. ACATnews Article

Wilton, A. (2000). How should we respond to Therapists offering CAT without valid training or qualifications?. ACATnews Article

Wilton, A. (2000). Private Practice Special Interest Group Update. ACATnews Article

Wilton, A. (2001). The impact of illness on the therapist's self and the handling and use of this in therapy. ACATnews Article

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CAT Introductory Event: ACAT: Two Day Introduction to CAT
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CPD Event: ACAT: Emotions in CAT & 'More is more' - developing the CAT model for obsessionality and anorexia
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1010th March 2017
CPD Event: ACAT: Legacy of Tony Ryle - one day celebration
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CPD Event: ACAT: Dialogical Sequence Analysis: Current Developments
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CAT Introductory Event: An Introduction to Cognitive Analytic Therapy - offered by Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
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2020th March 2017
CPD Event: ACAT: CAT and EMDR
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