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.

 

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

News from ACAT

CAT for People with Intellectual Disabilities and their Carers A new book "Cognitive Analytic Therapy for People with Intellectual Disabilities and their Carers" edited by accredited ACAT members, Julie Lloyd and Phil Clayton, has just been published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Further details and order form...

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Our Next 3 Events

20-11-14 Joint PhysCAT and NECAT Workshop - PhysCAT and NECAT EventJoint PhysCAT and NECAT Workshop Thursday, 20 November 2014 from 10am to 4pm Central Square, Forth Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne NE1 3PJ PhysCAT is the Special Interest Group for CAT in Physical Health settings, and NECAT is the group for North-Eas...

28-11-14 CAT and the BrainCAT and the Brain How the brain works, what gets in its way and implications for CAT practice Date: Friday, 28th November 2014 Time: 9:30am to 4:30pm Venue: Manchester Fee: £95 - ACAT members :: £120 - non-ACAT members [The early b...

12-12-14 CAT with Confidence: Diagram Building Workshop - offered by Iris PsychologyCAT with Confidence: Diagram Building Workshop - offered by Iris Psychology A workshop focusing on the visual representation of the problematic relationship patterns of clients, of the interpersonal dynamics within professional relationships with cl...