CAT and helping clients with unmanageable feelings - offered by CAT South
12th May 2018


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Unfortunatley this event has been postponed.

 

To be held in Romsey, Southampton
Presented by Dahlia Maslin

This one-day workshop will cover the following:

  • Introduction to personality disorder, including a discussion around the recent British Psychological Society publication: 'The Power Threat Meaning Framework'.
  • CAT tools and approaches - what gets elicited & how to help - clients, families, teams. 
  • Case discussions and mapping: what's it like in the room with the client, mapping in supervision.
  • Good endings.

Who is it for?

CAT therapists or those with some knowledge of CAT, those working with people with intense emotions and unmanageable feelings.

Facilitator:

Dahlia has worked for the NHS, in tertiary and secondary mental health care, since 1997 and was accredited as a cognitive analytic therapist in Feb 2015. For 11 years she worked full time as a community mental health nurse with a large proportion of her caseload having a diagnosed personality disorder.

Dahlia has found CAT an invaluable framework in her work and supervision especially when thinking about personality disorders. Since being accredited she has provided 1:1 CAT with numerous individuals with PD as well as co-conducting the open CAT group with Dr Jane Blunden.

She now works as a CAT therapist in an NHS specialist diabetes team and has a small private practice.


Details and Booking Information

12th May 2018

The cost for this one day workshop is £70.00 or £55.00  for Trainees which includes lunch and refreshments.

TO  BOOK:   Contact Rajshree Weston at:   catsouthgroup@gmail.com

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