MSc | PGDip | Skills Certificate | Cognitive Analytic Therapy

ACAT is delighted to announce that the new MSc and the PGDipCAT practitioner courses (Manchester and Scotland) to be accredited by Sheffield Hallam University together with a Sheffield Hallam accredited Skills Course commenced this Autumn 2008.

We are pleased that two further practitioner courses begin in April 2009: Northumberland and Berkshire and application forms can be obtained from the course centres.

Applications for the MSc in CAT should be made directly to the university.

You can find full details of these courses by following this link or following this link on the ACAT website:

Please also see the ACAT website for "Using CAT in a Prison and Forensic Setting" which leads to a Skills Certificate validated by Sheffield Hallam University. The course commences April 2009.

2009 Proposed PGDip Practitioner Trainings:
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Published by ACAT Administrator on 21st Jul 2008

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ACAT Administrator:Alison Marfell

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