Journal Articles written about Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT)

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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.

Bateman, A.W. & Tyrer, P. (2004). Psychological treatment for personality disorders.. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 10, pp 378-388.

Bateman, A.W., Ryle, A., Fonagy, P. and Kerr, I.B. (2007). Psychotherapy for Borderline Personality Disorder: Mentalization Based Therapy and Cognitive Analytic Therapy Compared. International Review of Psychiatry, 19, pp 51-62.

Beard, H., Marlowe, M. and Ryle, A. (1990). The Management and Treatment of Personality-Disordered Patients The Use of Sequential Diagrammatic Reformulation. British Journal of Psychiatry, 156, pp 541-545.

Bedford, A., Davies, F. and Tibbles, J. (2009). The Personality Structure Questionnaire (PSQ): A cross-validation with a large clinical sample. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 16, pp 77-81.

Bell, L. (1995). Cognitive Analytic Therapy: its key strengths and some concerns. Clinical Psychology Forum, pp 27-30.

Bell, L. (1996). Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Its value in the treatment of people with eating disorders. Clinical Psychology Forum, 92, pp 5-10.

Bell, L. (1999). The Spectrum of Psychological Problems in People with Eating Disorders, an Analysis of 30 Eating Disordered Patients Treated with Cognitive Analytic Therapy. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 6, pp 29-38.

Bennett, D. (1994). Readiness to Change-The Impact of Reformulation: A Case Example of Cognitive Analytic Therapy. International Journal of Short-Term Psychotherapy, 9, pp 83-91.

Bennett, D. and Parry, G. (1998). The Accuracy of the Reformulation in Cognitive Analytic Therapy: A Validation Study. Psychotherapy Research, 8(1), pp 84-103.

Bennett, D. and Ryle, A. (2005). The Characteristic Features of Common Borderline States: A Pilot Study using the States Description Procedure. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 12, pp 58-66.

Bennett, D., Parry, G. (2004). A Measure of Psychotherapeutic Competence Derived From Cognitive Analytic Therapy. Psychotherapy Research, 14/2, pp 176-192.

Bennett, D., Parry, G. and Ryle, A. (2006). Resolving threats to the therapeutic alliance in cognitive analytic therapy of borderline personality disorder: A task analysis. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 79, pp 395-418.

Bennett, D., Pollock, P. and Ryle, A. (2005). The States Description Procedure: The Use of Guided Self-Reflection in the Case Formulation of Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 12, pp 50-57.

Birtchnell, J., Denman, C. and Okhai, F. (2004). Cognitive analytic therapy: Comparing two measures of improvement. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 77, pp 479-492.

Blenkiron, P. (2002). Political range of psychotherapies has emerged.. British Medical Journal, 324, pp 1523.

Boddington, S. (2003). Psychological therapies with older people: Developing treatments for effective practice.. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 42/3, pp 330.

Boyce, P., Oakley-Browne, M.A. and Hatcher, S. (2001). The problem of deliberate self-harm. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 14, pp 107-111.

Breckon, S., & Simpson, J. (2011). The case for a role for cognitive analytic therapy in learning disability services. Clinical Psychology and People with Learning Disabilities, 9 No.1, pp 2-7.

Brockman, B., Poynton, A., Ryle, A. and Watson, J.P. (1987). Effectiveness of Time-limited Therapy Carried Out by Trainees. British Journal of Psychiatry, 151, pp 602 - 610.

Buckley, M. (2002). Psychotherapy with compulsively striving professional women (i) introducing the patient group. Psychodynamic Practice, 8.1, pp 75-84.

Buckley, M. (2002). Psychotherapy with compulsively striving professional women 2: Clinical issues.. Psychodynamic Practice, 8.1, pp 85-98.

Calvert R,. and Kellett S. (2014). Cognitive analytic therapy: A review of the outcome evidence base for treatment. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 87, pp 253-277.

Calvert R., Kellett S. and Hagan T. (2015). Group cognitive analytic therapy for female survivors of childhood sexual abuse. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 28, pp 1-23.

Campbell, C. (2007). Formulation: More Than a Formula?. PsycCRITIQUES, 52, pp Online, no page number.

Carradice, A. (2012). ‘Five-Session CAT’ Consultancy: Using CAT to Guide Care Planning with People Diagnosed with Personality Disorder within Community Mental Health Teams. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 20, pp 359-367.

Caruso R., Biancosino B., Borghi C., Marmai L., Kerr I.B. and Grass L. (2013). Working With the 'Difficult' Patient: The Use of a Contextual Cognitive-Analytic Therapy Based Training in Improving Team Function in a Routine Psychiatry Service Setting. Community Mental Health Journal, 49, pp 722-727.

Cavieres, M. (2006). Introduction to Cognitive Analytic Therapy; A Case Example. New Zealand Clinical Psychologist Journal, 16(1), pp 12-17.

Chanen, A.M., Jackson, H.J., McCutcheon, L.K., Jovev, M., Dudgeon, P., Yuen H.P., Germano, D., Nistico, H., McDougall, E., Weinstein, C., Clarkson, V. and McGorry, P.D. (2008). Early intervention for adolescents with borderline personality disorder using cognitive analytic therapy: randomised controlled trial.. British Journal of Psychiatry, 193, pp 477-84.

Chanen, A.M., Jackson, H.J., McCutcheon, L.K., Jovev, M., Dudgeon, P., Yuen, H.P., Germano, D., Nistico, H., McDougall, E., Weinstein, C., Clarkson, V. and McGorry, P.D. (2009). Early intervention for adolescents with borderline personality disorder using cognitive analytic therapy: Randomised controlled trial: Correction.. British Journal of Psychiatry, 194.

Chanen, A.M., Jackson, H.J., McCutcheon, L.K., Jovev, M., Dudgeon, P., Yuen, H.P., Germano, D., Nistico, H., McDougall, E., Weinstein, C., Clarkson, V. and McGorry, P.D. (2009). Early intervention for adolescents with borderline personality disorder: quasi-experimental comparison with treatment as usual.. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 43, pp 397-408.

Chanen, A.M., McCutcheon, L.K., Germano, D., Nistico, H., Jackson, H.J. and McGorry, P.D. (2009). The HYPE Clinic: an early intervention service for borderline personality disorder.. Journal of Psychiatric Practice, 15 No. 3, pp 163-72.

Clarke S., Thomas P., and James K. (2013). Cognitive analytic therapy for personality disorder: randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry, 202, pp 129-134.

Clarke, S. and Llewelyn, S. (1994). Personal constructs of survivors of childhood sexual abuse receiving cognitive analytic therapy. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 67, pp 273-289.

Clarke, S. and Pearson, C. (2000). Personal constructs of male survivors of childhood sexual abuse receiving cognitive analytic therapy. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 73, pp 169 - 177.

Clayton, P. (2010). From insecure attachment to (partial) inter-subjectivity (fearful aloneness to safely being with others). Journal of Learning Disabilities and Offending Behaviour, 1, pp 33-43.

Cowmeadow, P. (1994). Deliberate Self-Harm and Cognitive Analytic Therapy. International Journal of Short-Term Psychotherapy, 9, pp 135-150.

Daly, A.M., Llewelyn, S, McDougall, E. and Chanen, A.M. (2010). Rupture resolution in cognitive analytic therapy for adolescents with borderline personality disorder. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 83, pp 273-288.

Dare, C., Eisler, I., Russell, G., Treasure, J. and Dodge, L. (2001). Psychological therapies for adults with anorexia nervosa: randomised controlled trial of out-patient treatments. British Journal of Psychiatry, 178, pp 216-221.

Darongkamas J., John C,. and Walker M. (2014). An eight-eyed version of Hawkins and Shohet's clinical supervision model: the addition of the cognitive analytic therapy concept of the 'observing eye/I' as the 'observing us'. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 42, pp 261-270.

Dasoukis, J., Garyfallos, G., Bozikas, V., Katsigiannopoulos, K., Voikli, M., Pandoularis, J., Lombtziannidou, M., Zagora, C., Giannakou, M. and Adamopoulou, A. (2008). Evaluation of Cognitive-Analytic Therapy (CAT) outcome in patients with Borderline Personality Disorder. Annals of General Psychiatry, 7, pp Supplement 1.

Deen, N. (2005). Review of Handbook of Individual Therapy. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 27/1, pp 161-162.

DelMonte, M. M. (2003). Iatrogenic post-traumatic stress disorder: A case study.. Australian Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis, 14, pp 1-5.

Denman, C. (2001). Cognitive–analytic therapy. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 7, pp 243-252.

Denman, C. (2001). Author’s response to Cognitive Analytic Therapy. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 7, pp 256.

Denman, C. (2001). Cognitive Analytic Therapy. Dialogue, 9, pp 4.

Denman, C. (2004). Review of Change for the Better: Self-help Through Practical Psychotherapy.. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 20/3, pp 379-381.

Denman, C. (2007). The Organization and Delivery of Psychological Treatments. International Review of Psychiatry, 19(1), pp 81-92.

Denman, C. (2009). Review of Against and for CBT: Towards a constructive dialogue. British Journal of Psychiatry, 195/6, pp 1472-1465.

Denman, F. (1994). Quality in a psychotherapy service. Psychiatric Bulletin, 18, pp 80 - 82.

Dent-Brown, K. (1999). Working with personality disorder in community mental health. Dialogue, 2, pp 5.

Diamond, D. and Milton, M. (2003). The dialogic unconscious: The missing link or a contradiction in terms. Counselling Psychology Review, 18/4, pp 3-10.

Dube R. (1996). Treating depression through cognitive analytic therapy. Mental Health Nursing, 16, pp 25-27.

Duignan, I. and Mitzman, S. (1994). Measuring Individual Change in Patients Receiving Time-Limited Cognitive Analytic Group Therapy. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 10, pp 1 -6.

Dunn, M. (1994). Variations in Cognitive Analytic Therapy Technique in the Treatment of a Severely Disturbed Patient. International Journal of Short-Term Psychotherapy, 9/2, pp 119-133.

Dunn, M. and Parry, G. (1997). A Formulated Care Plan Approach to Caring for People with BPD in a Community Mental Health Service Setting. Clinical Psychology Forum, 104, pp 19-22.

Dunn, M., Golynkina, K., Ryle, A. and Watson, J.P. (1997). A repeat audit of the Cognitive Analytic Therapy Clinic at Guy's Hospital. Psychiatric Bulletin, 21, pp 165-168.

Evans, J. and Parry, G. (1996). The Impact of Reformulation in Cognitive-Analytic Therapy with Difficult-to-Help Clients. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 3 (2), pp 109-117.

Fisher, E.B., Thorpe C.T., Devellis, B.M. and Devellis, R.F. (2007). Healthy coping, negative emotions, and diabetes management: a systematic review and appraisal. The Diabetes Educator, 33, pp 1080-1103.

Fonagy P,. (1995). Annual Lecture: Peter Fonagy. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 11, pp 575-584.

Fosbury J. (1997). Psychological Treatment in Diabetes. Medicine, 25 (no. 7), pp 12.

Fosbury J. (2009). No quick fix for the soul. Diabetes Update, pp 18.

Fosbury J.A., Bosley, C.M., Ryle, A., Sonksen, P.H. and Judd, S.L. (1997). A Trial of Cognitive Analytic Therapy in Poorly Controlled Type 1 Diabetes Patients. Diabetes Care, 20, pp 959-964.

Fosbury, J. (1996). Psychological treatment (CAT) with poorly-controlled diabetic patients. Practical Diabetes International, 13 No. 5, pp 158-162.

Fosbury, J. (2011). High risk at high altitude: all the action, none of the content. Practical Diabetes International, 28 (vol.1), pp 12.

Fosbury, J. (2015). Changing diabetes management with psychotherapy. Journal of diabetes nursing, 19, pp 305-308.

Fosbury, J., Moore, S., Kidd, J., Sonksen, P. and Amiel, S. (1995). Psychological issues in the diabetes clinic. Practical Diabetes International, 13 No. 3, pp 92-93.

Fozooni, B. (2010). Cognitive analytic therapy: a sympathetic critique. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 8(2), pp 128-145.

Freshwater, K., Leach, C. And Aldridge, J. (2001). Personal constructs, childhood sexual abuse and revictimization. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 74, pp 379-397.

Gamble, D. (2008). Review of Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 18, pp 259-260.

Garcia, R., Urdaniz, A.P., Garcia, J.M.S., Perera, C.J.L., Ramos, M.R. and Peral, M.J.M. (2004). Psychotherapy of personality disorders. Actas Espanolas de Psiquiatria, 32, pp 37-52.

Garfinkel, Paul E (2002). Guest editorial: Eating disorders. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 47/3, pp 225-226.

Garyfallos, G., Adamopoulou, A., Mastrogianni, A., Voikli, M., Saitis, M., Alektoridis, P., Zlatanos, D. and Pantazi, A. (1998). Evaluation of cognitive analytic therapy (CAT) outcome in Greek psychiatric outpatients. The European Journal of Psychiatry, 12 No. 3, pp 167-179.

Garyfallos, G., Adamopoulous, A., Karastergious, A., Voikli, M., Zlatanos, D. and Tsifida, S. (2002). Evaluation of cognitive-analytic therapy (CAT) outcome: A 4-8 year follow up. The European Journal of Psychiatry, 16/4, pp 197-209.

Gleeson, J.F.M., Chanen, A., Cotton, S.M., et al. (2012). Treating co-occurring first episode psychosis and borderline personality - a pilot RCT. Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 6, pp 21-29.

Golynkina, K. and Ryle, A. (1999). The identification and characteristics of the partially dissociated states of patients with borderline personality disorder. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 72, pp 429-445.

Graham, C. and Thavasotby, R. (1995). Dissociative psychosis: an atypical presentation and response to cognitive-analytic therapy. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, 12(3), pp 109-111.

Gustafson, J. (2003). Review of 'Short-Term Psychotherapy, A Psychodynamic Approach'.. Psychodynamic Practice, 9, pp 565-569.

Hagan, T. and Smail, D. (1997). Power-Mapping-II. Practical Application: The Example of Child Sexual Abuse. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 7, pp 269 - 284.

Hagan, T. and Smail, D. (1997). Power-Mapping-I. Background and Basic Methodology. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 7, pp 257-267.

Hamill, M. and Mahony, K. (2011). 'The Long Goodbye': Cognitive Analytic Therapy with Carers of People with Dementia. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 27, pp 292-304.

Hamill, M., Reid, M. and Reynolds, S. (2008). Letters in cognitive analytic therapy: The patient's experience. Psychotherapy Research, 18(5), pp 573-583.

Hardy G., and Kellett S. (2013). Treatment of Paranoid Personality Disorder with Cognitive Analytic Therapy: A Mixed Methods Single Case Experimental Design. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 21, pp 452-464.

Hepple, J (2012). Cognitive Analytic Therapy in a Group: Reflections on a Dialogic Approach. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 28 part 4, pp 474-495.

Hepple, J. (2000). Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Older Adults. CPD Bulletin Old Age Psychiatry, 2, pp 45-46.

Hepple, J. (2003). Talking about cognitive analytic therapy. British Journal of Psychiatry, 182/6, pp 552.

Hepple, J. (2004). Psychotherapies with older people. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 10, pp 371-377.

Hopkins, S.M. (1995). Personal reflections on counselling in primary health care: An approach based in analytical psychology. Counselling Psychology Review, 10, pp 5-9.

Hughes, P. & Kerr, I. (2000). Transference and countertransference in communication between doctor and patient. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 6, pp 57-64.

Hughes, R. (2007). An enquiry into an integration of cognitive analytic therapy with art therapy. International Journal of Art Therapy, 12, pp 28-38.

Jellema, A. (1999). Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Developing its Theory and Practice Via Attachment Theory. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 6, pp 16 - 28.

Jellema, A. (2000). Insecure attachment states: Their relationship to borderline and narcissistic personality disorders and treatment process in cognitive analytic therapy. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 7, pp 138-154.

Jellema, A. (2002). Dismissing and Preoccupied Insecure Attachment and Procedures in CAT: Some Implications for CAT Practice. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 9, pp 225-241.

Jones L, Annesley P and Gilley L (2012). Working with clients with a diagnosis of personality disorder: An evaluation of a cognitive analytic therapy (CAT) informed approach to multidisciplinary training. Clinical Psychology Forum, 236, pp 36-40.

Katsigiannopoulos, K., Garyfallos, G., Pazarlis, P. and Adamopoulou, A. (2008). Effectiveness of cognitive-analytic therapy (CAT) in major depression and systemic lupus erythematosus: a case report. Annals of General Psychiatry, 7, pp Supplement 1.

Kellett S., Wilbram M., Davis C., and Hardy G. (2014). Team consultancy using cognitive analytic therapy: a controlled study in assertive outreach. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 21, pp 687-697.

Kellett, S. (2005). The Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder with Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Experimental Evidence of Sudden Gains. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 6(3), pp 55-81.

Kellett, S. (2007). A time series evaluation of the treatment of histrionic personality disorder with cognitive analytic therapy. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 80, pp 389-405.

Kerr I., Finlayson-Short L., McCutcheon L., & Beard H. (2015). The ‘Self’ and Borderline Personality Disorder: Conceptual and Clinical Considerations. Psychopathology, 48, pp 339-348.

Kerr, I.B. (1999). Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder in the Context of a Community Mental Health Team: Individual and Organisational Psychodynamic Implications. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 15(4), pp 425-438.

Kerr, I.B. (2000). Vygotsky, activity theory and the therapeutic community: A further paradigm?. Therapeutic Communities, 21 no3, pp 151-164.

Kerr, I.B. (2001). Brief cognitive analytic therapy for post-acute manic psychosis on a psychiatric intensive care unit. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 8, pp 117-129.

Kerr, I.B., Birkett, P.B.L. and Chanen, A. (2003). Clinical and service implications of a cognitive analytic therapy model of psychosis. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 37/5, pp 515-523.

Kerr, I.B., Dent-Brown, K. and Parry, G.D. (2007). Psychotherapy and mental health teams. International Review of Psychiatry, 19(1), pp 63-80.

Kirkland, J. and Baron, E. (2015). Using a cognitive analytic approach to formulate a complex sexual and violent offender to inform multi-agency working: developing a shared understanding. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 21:3, pp 394-405.

Kosti, F., Adamopoulou, A., Bozikas, V., Katsigiannopoulos, K., Protogerou, C., Voikli, M., Zagora, C. and Garyfallos, G. (2008). The efficacy of Cognitive-Analytic Therapy (CAT) on anhedonia in patients with Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder. Annals of General Psychiatry, 7, pp Supplement 1.

Leach, C., Freshwater, K., Aldridge, J. and Sunderland, J. (2001). Analysis of repertory grids in clinical practice. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 40, pp 225 - 248.

Leighton, T (1995). A Cognitive Analytic Understanding of 'Twelve Step' Treatment. New Directions in the Study of Alcohol Group, 20, pp 31-41.

Leiman, M (2002). Toward Semiotic Dialogism: The Role of Sign Mediation in the Dialogical Self. Theory and Psychology, 12(2), pp 221-235.

Leiman, M. (1992). The Concept of Sign in the Work of Vygotsky, Winnicott and Bakhtin: Further integration of object relations theory and activity theory. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 65, pp 209-221.

Leiman, M. (1994). Projective Identification as Early Joint Action Sequences: A Vygotskian Addendum to the Procedural Sequence Object Relations Model. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 67, pp 97-106.

Leiman, M. (1994). The Development of Cognitive Analytic Therapy. International Journal of Short-Term Psychotherapy, 9, pp 67-81.

Leiman, M. (1997). Procedures as Dialogical Sequences: A Revised Version of the Fundamental Concept in Cognitive Analytic Therapy. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 70, pp 193-207.

Leiman, M. (2000). Ogden's matrix of transference and the concept of sign. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 73, pp 385-397.

Leiman, M. and Stiles, W.B. (2001). Dialogical Sequence Analysis and the Zone of Proximal Development as Conceptual Enhancements to the Assimilation Model: The Case of Jan Revisited. Psychotherapy Research, 11(3), pp 311-330.

Livanos, A, Adamopoulou, A., Katsigiannopoulos, K., Bozikas, V., Voikli, M., Pandoularis, J., Dasoukis, J., Zagora, C. and Garyfallos, G. (2008). Anhedonia in patients with borderline personality disorder: the efficacy of cognitive-analytic therapy (CAT). Annals of General Psychiatry, 7, pp Supplement 1.

Llewelyn, S. (2002). Therapeutic challenges in work with childhood sexual abuse survivors: The contribution of cognitive analytic therapy.. Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention, 2, pp 123-133.

Llewelyn, S. (2003). Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Time and Process. Psychodynamic Practice, 9.4, pp 501-520.

Lloyd, J. (2011). Consulting with Staff Teams. Clinical Psychology and People with Learning Disabilities, 9, pp 22-31.

Lloyd, J., & Williams, B. (2004). Exploring the Use of Cognitive Analytic Therapy within Services for People with Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviour. Clinical Psychology and People with Learning Disabilities, 2, pp 4-5.

Mace, C. Beeken, S. and Embleton, J. (2006). Beginning therapy: Clinical outcomes in brief treatments by psychiatric trainees. Psychiatric Bulletin, 30/1, pp 7-10.

Maple, N.A. (2003). Review of Introducing Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Principles and Practice.. Psychodynamic Practice, 9/4, pp 577-580.

Margison, F. (2000). Cognitive analytic therapy: A case study in treatment development. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 73, pp 145-150.

Margison, F. (2005). Integrating approaches to psychotherapy in psychosis. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 39, pp 972-981.

Marlowe, M.J. (1994). Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder: Restricted, Reciprocal Role Repertoires and Subpersonality Organsiation. International Journal of Short-Term Psychotherapy, 9, pp 161-169.

Marriott, M. and Kellett, S. (2009). Evaluating a cognitive analytic therapy service; practice-based outcomes and comparisons with person-centred and cognitive-behavioural therapies. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 82, pp 57-72.

Marsh, R. and Low, J. (2006). God as other, God as self, God as beyond: a cognitive analytic perspective on the relationship with God. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 79/2, pp 237-255.

Martens, W.H.J. (2006). Effectiveness of psychodynamic treatment in patients with borderline personality disorder. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 36/4, pp 167-173.

Marx R,. & Marx S. (2012). The Eye and the I: The Construction and Use of the Observer in Cognitive Analytic Psychotherapy and Mindfulness Based Therapy. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 28 (4), pp 496-515.

Marx, R (2011). Relational supervision: Drawing on cognitive-analytic frameworks. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 84, pp 406-424.

Meeking, D., Fosbury, J., and Cummings M. (2013). Sexual dysfunction and sexual health concerns in women with diabetes. Practical Diabetes International, 30 (no. 8), pp 327-331.

Milton, J. (2001). Psychoanalysis and cognitive behaviour therapy-rival paradigms or common ground?. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 82, pp 431-447.

Mitzman S., and Duignan I. (1993). One man's group: brief cognitive-analytic group therapy and the use of sequential diagrammatic reformulation. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 6, No. 3, pp 183-192.

Mordekar, A. & Spence, S.A., (2008). Personality Disorder in Older People: how common is it and what can be done. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 14, pp 71-77.

Morris, J. (2001). Psychological therapies in anorexia nervosa. British Journal of Psychiatry, 179, pp 77-78.

Morris, J. (2002). Interpersonal psychotherapy -A trainee's ABC?. Psychiatric Bulletin, 26, pp 26-28.

Msebele, N. and Brown, H. (2011). Racism in the Consulting Room. Psychoanalytic Review, 98, pp 451-492.

Mulder, A. and Chanen, A.M. (2013). Effectiveness of cognitive analytic therapy for personality disorders. British Journal of Psychiatry, 202, pp 89-90.

Ntonias, S. (1991). Attitudes of therapists and patients in cognitive analytic therapy. Psychiatriki,, 2, pp 209-216.

Okhai, M.F. (2001). Psychological therapies in anorexia nervosa. British Journal of Psychiatry, 179, pp 78.

Ougrin, D., Ng, A.V. and Low, J. (2008). Therapeutic assessment based on cognitive-analytic therapy for young people presenting with self-harm: pilot study. Psychiatric Bulletin, 32, pp 423-426.

O'Keefe, P. and Berk, M. (2009). Writing letters to patients. Acta Neuropsychiatrica, 21, pp 314-316.

Paris J., & Lis E. (2012). Can sociocultural and historical mechanisms influence the development of borderline personality disorder?. Transcultural Psychiatry, 50 (vol 1), pp 140-151.

Payne I. (2009). Practitioner Training in the Cognitive Analytic Therapy Model and Clinical Work as an Art Therapist. The Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, 9, pp 26-31.

Perlmutter, I.R. (2004). Review of Integration in Psychotherapy: Models and Methods.. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 65/5, pp 728.

Pickvance, D., Parry, G. and Howe, A. (2004). A Cognitive Analytic Framework for Understanding and Managing Problematic Frequent Attendance in Primary Care. Primary Care and Mental Health, 2, pp 165-174.

Pollard, R. and Potter, S. (1999). Cognitive Analytic Therapy And The 'Hard To Help' Client. Probation Journal, 46, pp 3-10.

Pollock, P. and Belshaw, T. (1998). Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, 9, No 3, pp 629-642.

Pollock, P. and Kear-Colwell, J. (1994). Women who stab: A personal construct analysis of sexual victimisation and offending behaviour. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 67, pp 13-22.

Pollock, P.H. (1996). Clinical Issues in the Cognitive Analytic Therapy of Sexually Abused Women who Commit Violent Offences against their Partners. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 69, pp 117-127.

Pollock, P.H. (2001). Cognitive analytic therapy for borderline erotomania: forensic romances and violence in the therapy room. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 8, pp 214-229.

Pollock, P.H., Broadbent, M., Clarke, S., Dorrian, A. and Ryle, A. (2001). The personality structure questionnaire (PSQ): A measure of the multiple self states model of identity disturbance in cognitive analytic therapy. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 8, pp 59-72.

Potter, S. and Lloyd, J. (2005). With war in mind: a dialogical analysis of the mindset underlying Blair's case for war with Iraq in 2003. Medicine, Conflict and Survival, 21 NO.4, pp 283-298.

Protogerou, C., Garyfallos, G., Katsigiannopoulos, K., Bozikas, V., Voikli, M., Georgiadou, O., Kosti, F., Ziliasopoulou, D., Zagora, C. and Adamopoulou, A. (2004). Evaluation of Cognitive-Analytic Therapy (CAT) outcome in patients with Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder. Annals of General Psychiatry, 7, pp Supplement 1.

Rayner, K., Thompson, A.R. and Walsh, S. (2011). Clients' experience of the process of change in cognitive analytic therapy. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 84, pp 299-313.

Reebye, P. (2008). Review of An introduction to the psychotherapies.. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 53, pp 71-72.

Rees, H. (2000). Cognitive Analytic Therapy - a most suitable training for psychiatrists?. The Psychiatrist, 24, pp 124-126.

Roper, L.A. (2010). Stuck in a rut: a case study detailing the application of cognitive analytic therapy with alcohol use disorders. Journal of Substance Use, 15(1), pp 1-12.

Rothschild B. (2005). The physiology of empathy: negotiating our double-edged sword. The journal of bioenergetic research, 34, pp 44-49.

Rubio, G.I., Perez, U.A., Santos, G.J.M., Carrasco, P.J.L., Molina, R.R. and Misiego, P.J.M. (2004). [Psychotherapy of personality disorders]. [Spanish] Psicoterapia de los trastornos de la personalidad. Actas Espanolas de Psiquiatria, 32/1, pp 37-52.

Ryle A. and Beard, H. (1993). The Integrative Effect of Reformulation: Cognitive Analytic Therapy with a Patient with Borderline Personality Disorder. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 66, pp 249-258.

Ryle A., Kellett S., Hepple J., and Calvert R. (2014). Cognitive analytic therapy at 30. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 20, pp 258-268.

Ryle, A. (1967). A Repertory Grid Study of the Meaning and Consequences of a Suicidal Act. British Journal of Psychiatry, 113, pp 1393-1403.

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

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