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Venue: Regent's University, London
The focus of the workshop will be to explore jointly the relationships between DSA and CAT theory and reformulation practices.
The initial aim of DSA was to bridge the gap between clients’ free expression and the aim of reformulating recurring problem procedures in CAT. Two decades of research and development have affected its conceptual tools as well as the practice of reformulation. The workshop will present the current concepts of DSA and their relation to CAT theory. The practice will be illustrated by a case demonstration.
Booking information for those attending Tony Ryle's Legacy Event on Friday, 10th March has been sent to delegates via email.
Booking for those not attending Tony Ryle's Legacy Event on Friday ,10th March will open on 21st February, 2017 . There will be a nominal fee of £25 for online booking
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