This workshop is provided by the CAT South West SIG and will be online via Zoom. A meeting link will be emailed to delegates nearer the time.
ACAT is providing a booking service
Increasing numbers of CAT therapists are also training in EMDR and exploring how the two approaches can be integrated. This session is aimed at those who are trained in or interested in EMDR and have started thinking about how to use it within a “CAT envelope.”
We will cover:
CAT & EMDR – Theoretical Perspectives
CAT & EMDR – Practical Considerations
A chance to think through the theoretical similarities and differences between the CAT model and the EMDR model and have a clearer idea of how they can work together.
Mark is a CAT Therapist and Supervisor and an EMDR Europe Accredited Consultant working within Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust and also has a small private practice. He is a former Course Co-Director of the Oxford CAT Practitioner Course and a member of the core training team running the Midlands CAT Practitioner and CAT Skills Trainings in addition to being a committee member of the EMDR West Midlands Support Group.
He is also a qualified Taichi and Qigong instructor and when appropriate uses these as an adjunct to formal therapeutic approaches to working PTSD and developmental trauma.
Mark has written about CAT and EMDR integration generally and continuously works to integrate an awareness of the body along with current findings within Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) to his approach with his clients and supervisees.
Workshop fee: £30 (for online bookings) bookable only through ACAT, £45 for invoice bookings.
If an invoice is required please email your completed booking form and purchase order to firstname.lastname@example.org
NB maximum of 30 participants to allow dialogue and use of ‘break-out rooms’
Closing date for applications: Monday 23rd November
ACAT terms and conditions apply https://www.acat.me.uk/page/acat+events+terms+and+conditions
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