Forensic CAT Conference - offered by TEWV
17th March 2020


Innovations in Working with Offenders: Using a Cognitive Analytic Model

Hosted by Ridgeway Hospital,

Tees Esk and Wear Valley NHS Trust (TEWV)

Venue: Radisson Blu, Durham

This one day conference considers how Cognitive Analytic Therapy can enable a relational and versatile approach to management, treatment and care within forensic and criminal justice settings. There will be presentations of innovative practice from forensic services spanning the UK. The day will be structured between plenary presentations with opportunities in small groups to discuss applications, modifications and integrations, of the ideas and methods presented, to the varied professional and work settings of those attending.    

A collaboration between Forensic Services:

Ridgeway Hospital, Tees Esk and Wear Valley NHS Trust

John Howard Centre/Wolfson House, East London NHS Trust

NHS Lothian and CAT Scotland

NHS Great Glasgow &Clyde and NHS Fife

Langdon Hospital, Devon Partnership NHS Trust


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17th March 2020

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