News from ACAT and Our Members

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CAT, Past, Present and Future: The Legacy of Tony Ryle (1927-2016)

The Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy would like to invite you to join us at a one day conference in memory of Tony Ryle, and to celebrate his great contribution of Cognitive Analytic Therapy. Read More...

Alison Marfell - published 23rd Nov 2016


Dr Tony Ryle 1927 - 2016

Dr Tony Ryle died peacefully on Thursday, 29th September, 2016 surrounded by family members. He was 89. Read More...

Susan Van Baars - published 3rd Oct 2016


ACAT Elects Trustees at its 2016 AGM

Click here to catch up on the election of ACAT Trustees at the AGM held on June, 2016......... Read More...

Susan Van Baars - published 4th Aug 2016


CAT and Intellectual Disabilities - included in new report from BPS and RCPsych

The Royal College of Psychiatrists and the Division of Clinical Psychology of the British Psychological Society have just published a report “Psychological Therapies and People with Intellectual Disabilities”. Read More...

Susan Van Baars - published 6th Apr 2016


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. Read More...

Jon Sloper - published 1st Mar 2016


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 that your managers/commissioners and relevant other contacts know of its existence. Read More...

ACAT Administrator - published 23rd Apr 2013


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