Incorporating EMDR work within CAT - offered by ICATA
3rd February 2023


Timings: 8am until 11am

This workshop is for CAT therapists or trainees and others, who might want to explore the possible benefits of offering sessions of EMDR within a CAT therapy and the potential problems created by doing so. It will introduce the basic ideas behind EMDR and how these fit with the work we do in CAT.

Facilitators:

Alison Jenaway is a retired consultant psychiatrist in psychotherapy and a CAT therapist and supervisor, working now in private practice.  Having trained around 10 years ago in EMDR she has been using ever since, within a CAT framework and has written about this in Reformulation:

Jenaway, A. and “Nick”, service user and expert by experience (2016) “Incorporating Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) into Cognitive Analytic Therapy – Reaching Reciprocal Roles that other therapies cannot reach”. Reformulation, winter pp21-28.

Carol Gregory previously worked as a consultant old age psychiatrist in the NHS and now works solely in independent practice as a cognitive analytic therapist and supervisor. While working in Australia she also trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy. She is an EMDR practitioner and primarily uses this in the context of CAT .

Who is it for?
CAT therapists, CAT trainees, and others who are interested in exploring the benefits, and potential problems, of including EMDR work within a CAT therapy.

For more information or to book please visit:  https://www.internationalcat.org/event-details/incorporating-eye-movement-desensitisation-and-reprocessing-emdr-work-within-cognitive-analytic-therapy-1

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