Welcome to ACAT

Welcome to the website for the Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy (ACAT), a registered charity. We welcome members of the public, health professionals, ACAT accredited professionals, and anyone interested in finding out more about CAT. We hope the following pages will inform and inspire and, for those new to Cognitive Analytic Therapy, encourage further interest and, perhaps, even training in CAT.

The website offers an introduction to Cognitive Analytic Therapy, a collaborative programme for looking at the way a person thinks, feels and acts, and the events and relationships that underlie these experiences - often from childhood or earlier in life.


 

About CAT – an introduction

More about CAT - for professionals

About ACAT – the organisation

Training in CAT - overview

Research - projects and evidence

ACAT events and CPD

ACAT Calendar for March
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22nd March 2017
CAT Introductory Event: ACAT: Two Day Introduction to CAT
33rd March 2017
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
1111th March 2017
CPD Event: ACAT: Dialogical Sequence Analysis: Current Developments
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1616th March 2017
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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Contact Details

ACAT Administration Manager:Susan Van Baars

Administrators:Maria Cross
Alison Marfell

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

Phone:+44(0) 1305 263 511

Email:admin@acat.me.uk

Office Hours:Monday to Thursday
9am to 5pm

News from ACAT

New Conference Audio Library for ACAT Members ACAT Members can now listen to a collection of audio recordings from ACAT's National Conferences from 2009 - 2015....

Both CAT Practitioners and CAT Psychotherapists count as Psychological Therapists in the Centre for Workforce Intelligence Review The Centre for Workforce Intelligence (CfWI) have recently completed a Department of Health commissioned review of adult psychological therapies to improve workforce planning. Please take the time and opportunity to read the report, and to ensure tha...

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Our Next 3 Events

01-04-17 Understanding and working with eating disorders within a CAT framework - offered by CAT SouthVenue: Wisdom House, Romsey, Southampton HANTS SO16 3NG The day will address: Predisposing factors to developing an eating disorder and procedures that are typical within this client group. Snags to recovery – what factors maintain an e...

12-05-17 Embodiment and Therapeutic Space - offered by CAT ScotlandEmbodiment and Therapeutic Space Embodiment as a creative resource in working with stuck or overwhelming therapeutic and ‘borderline’ relational processes Facilitated by Tim Sheard, CAT Psychotherapist A Two-Day Workshop, Friday 12th M...

15-05-17 Use of CAT in Consultancy 5 Session CAT Approach - offered by CatalyseUse of CAT in Consultancy: The 5-Session CAT Approach: Skills Training Using CAT to inform care planning whilst working jointly with the care co-ordinator and the service user A 2-day workshop led by Angela Carradice & Dawn Bennett Overview of...

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