Out of control sexual behaviour: A CAT informed relational approach to assessment, formulation, and intervention, and how to engender affirmative sexual desire. London Workshop.
~ Workshop presented by Dr Robert Watson, Clinical Psychologist, Accredited Cognitive Analytic Therapist & Supervisor, & Vice-Chair of the Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy.
~ £120 including lunch. Early bird: £95 until 10.05.2019 or until places sold out. 10% discount for ACAT members - use promotional code "CAT"
~ This is the third run of this workshop following its successful debut as part of the CPD program of ACAT. All participants rated the workshop as excellent.
~ This workshop is aimed at CAT therapists and trainees, clinical/counselling psychologists, psychiatrists, GUM/HIV specialists, psychotherapists and counsellors who wish to develop their skills in this area of work and/ or deepen their relational understandings of the issues relevant to this client group.
~ No prior knowledge of CAT is needed.
Out of control sexual behaviour, including the excessive use of pornography, can be highly distressing and lead to secondary harmful consequences for health, relationships, work and emotional well-being. Nevertheless, a traditional addictions model seems ill suited to the task of helping clients express their sexual desire in ways that enrich rather than diminish their sexual and emotional health. Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) offers us many useful ways of understanding how suffering arises from our view of the self and how out of control sexual behaviour can be seen as an attempt to deal with the “burden of self ", and the risks of vulnerability, such as the vulnerability of living up to expectations, or to be loved and accepted.
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