Overview of the workshop:
This is relevant to the following groups:
CAT therapists, CAT trainees, and others who are interested in exploring the benefits, and potential problems, of inviting intimate others into individual therapy.
Alison Jenaway is a consultant psychiatrist in psychotherapy and a CAT therapist, working with the Addenbrooke’s Hospital liaison psychiatry team, and also in private practice. She has seen the benefits of including intimate others in her work with adolescents, and also in working with patients with medically unexplained symptoms who appear quite cut off from their emotions.
Rajshree Weston is a clinical psychologist and CAT therapist now working in private practice. She has worked with adults for twenty years or more, across all the different settings, and her curiosity about others’ points of view lead her to invite significant others into the individual’s therapy often in her private practice.
ACAT reserves the right to change programme content and presenters.
How to book
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