The 5-Session CAT Approach - offered by Catalyse
5th November 2018 to 6th November 2018


The 5-Session CAT Approach : Skills Training” - Using CAT to inform care planning whilst working jointly with the service user and the care co-ordinator

Led by Angela Carradice & Dawn Bennett

 

The course is specifically focused on building understanding and skills in using this application of cognitive analytic therapy.  It aims to:

  • enhance understanding and skills to help work with service users who are unable to make use of individual psychotherapy and often have significant risks and instability in their lives
  • provide knowledge and skill in this approach, developed to enable effective ways of team working with thi client group, whilst alo focussing on aiming to ‘do not harm’.

The ‘5-Session CAT approach’ has been developed by adapting therapeutic skills to work in a containing way with these difficulties. It is different to ‘doing CAT therapy’ and uses different emphases and approaches.

This is a Skills Building course which provides:

  • an introduction to the approach and the key skills used
  • the chance to observe the skills being used
  • the chance to practise the main skills with feedback from the trainers.

Skills will include:

  • working with the service user and staff to develop ‘here and now’ CAT reformulations and to inform case management
  • working with presenting risks, developing shared goals, and collaboratively agreeing ways that that the service user and care co-ordinator will work together. This would include developing plans for change, a contract with the service, and how endings will be planned and managed.

For more information and booking please visit: https://catalyse.uk.com/training/cpd/the-5-session-cat-approach-skills-training-5-6-november-2018/

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5th November 2018 to 6th November 2018

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