This course will provide participants with an introduction to the theory and practice of Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT).
Who should attend?
This course would be of interest to mental health professionals who are interested in using an integrative, transdiagnositc, relational approach to their clinical practice. It would also be useful for those considering whether to apply for a two year CAT Practitioner Training Course.
Dr Dee Affleck
Dee is a counselling psychologist working in the NHS and with a small private practice. She is a CAT therapist, supervisor and trainer. In her NHS work she works with people experiencing severe and complex mental health difficulties. In addition to supervision, Dee offers CAT supervision and team consultation / reflective practice work. She is co-director of the CAT Scotland practitioner training course.
* Dee will be joined by a range of other CAT Therapists from a range of professional disciplines over the four day training programme
For further information and application forms contact:
Coatbridge ML5 4DN
Tel: 01236 707888
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