In the Summer 2010 issue of Reformulation, Tony Ryle writes about the social and political factors which impact on the formation of reciprocal roles and calls for more attention to be paid to this by therapists. He also raises the issue of whether we, as psychotherapists, should speak out more clearly about the effects of political decisions on the psychological health of the individuals we see.
In our conference for 2011 we hope to keep in mind the current political and financial climate, and the impact this may have on CAT in the future.
• Do we reach out to other therapy modalities or pull up the drawbridge?
• Do we have an evidence base with which to promote CAT in these challenging times?
• Can CAT be adapted to those in dire social circumstances?
Come along and think with us.
Early bird rates are available for online booking until 31 December 2010 please click on this link for full information: http://www.acat.me.uk/acatevent.php?event_id=579
Published by ACAT Administrator on 9th Nov 2010
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