CAT as a Common Language in Services Working with 'Hard to Help' & Challenging Patients - CAT Scot
19th June 2017


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Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) as a Common Language in Services Working with 'Hard to Help' and Challenging Patients

Offered by CAT Scotland

Monday 19th June 2017: 10.00h-16.00h

Stirling University Conference Centre

Speakers Include:

Dr Dee Affleck (Counselling Psychologist, NHS Lothian, Co-Director CAT Training, Scotland): A dialogical perspective on CAT based contextual approaches.

Professor Andrew Chanen (University of Melbourne, Clinical Director ORYGEN Youth Mental Health Services): CAT in an early intervention service for youngsters with borderline type disorders.

Dr Ian B. Kerr (Consultant Medical Psychotherapist, NHS Lanarkshire) : The current CAT model and application to contextual and systemic approaches.

Dr Jamie Kirkland (Consultant Clinical Psychologist, NHS Greater Glasgow, Co-Director CAT Training Scotland): CAT as a common language in services for challenging patients with 'learning disabilities'

Dr Mark Ramm (Consultant Clinical Psychologist NHS Lothian): CAT as a common language in services for challenging patients in forensic settings.


Conference Fee (including buffet lunch) £35

 

Please direct all enquiries and applications concerning this training day to CAT Scotland please:

 cat.training.scot@gmail.com

 

 

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19th June 2017

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