The new look site has much more to offer than a pretty face!
We have spent over 9 months preparing this new incarnation of ACATonline, incorporating a huge audit of the current administration systems within ACAT, and building new streamlined and efficient systems to take the Association forward confidently into its next phase of development.
You don't have to register to get access to key information about ACAT any more: anyone can
You can also find a CAT therapist without having to register with the site.
We have simplified the way the information is presented on the site, and reduced the clutter in the navigation bars and margins. We hope this will help you to find what you want easily.
There is a new Frequently Asked Questions page on the site which will grow over time to include a set of really useful answers to common questions that we receive from the public and ACAT Members alike.
We have designed this new version as a platform for much greater public information and we'll be commissioning and publishing a range of specialist articles about CAT that will be added to the site over the coming months.
If you register with the site you'll be able to make use of our internal email facilities to contact ACAT Officers and Administration, and also be able to use our interactive maps to find CAT therapists in your local area.
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