Recent Additions to ACAT's Digital Library

Under ACAT's Copyright Licence we have sourced a number of new papers and articles about CAT from current and past issues of psychology and psychotherapy journals. The current list of references that have been added to the library in the past 3 months are below. A PDF version of the articles is available for download for current ACAT Members who are CAT Practitioners, Trainees or Psychotherapists. These can be accessed when they are logged in to the website.

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Course of Study: CPD
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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.

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.

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