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19th Annual ACAT Conference Summary Programme

19th Annual ACAT Conference Summary Programme Thursday 5th July, 2012 Friday 6th July, 2012 Saturday 7th July, 2012 09:00 - 10:30 Plenary Session - Main Lecture Theatre 1. 'Connecting, splitting and attending - dialogue...


Conference Workshop Programme and Posters 2017

Conference Workshop and Poster Presentations 2017 Main Conference page: http://www.acat.me.uk/event/890/ Please note that times and contents may be subject to change Once you have booked to attend the Conference, please select to attend one works...


Website Privacy Policy

Website Privacy Policy Privacy and cookies Protecting your Privacy, the ACAT Promise ‘Because your data and privacy are so important, I wanted to let you know that when you share your information with ACAT, we take our responsibilities and o...


Covid-19 Impact on Training

Adaptations to CAT Training during the Covid-19 period In May 2020 due to the impact of Covid-19 on CAT training we agreed the following Key Principles: • ACAT will not be lowering standards as regards the learning goals and needs of trainees...


The levels of ACAT accredited training

The levels of ACAT accredited CAT training and what they qualify you to do ACAT offers and oversees accredited courses in CAT at four levels. ACAT also offers introductory workshops and CPD (continuing professional development) events. Local or ...


CAT Psychotherapy Training

Inter-Regional Residential ACAT Psychotherapy Training (IRRAPT) Psychotherapy training enables CAT Practitioners to become Cognitive Analytic Psychotherapists via an additional two-year assessed course, which leads to eligibility for registration wi...


CAT Practitioner Training

CAT Practitioner Training Practitioner training enables core mental health professionals with competence in their own field to enhance their understanding and skills in a specific psychological therapy by learning the theory and methods of CAT as a...


CAT Supervisor Training

CAT Supervisor Training: Guidelines for Training The usual pathway for training as a CAT Supervisor is that You will be a CAT Practitioner with 2 years’ post-accreditation experience or a CAT Psychotherapist You will have completed a minimum...


CAT Foundation Training

CAT Foundation Training The CAT Foundation course, accessible to professions with prior training in psychological therapies, aims to equip trainees with the CAT skills and competencies for working primarily within one to one therapy roles, usually i...


CAT Skills Training

CAT Skills Case Management Courses This training is designed for generic workers in health, caring and support worker roles to acquire a useful working understanding of CAT to inform their routine practice. The aim is not to train people to become ...


Embarking on CAT Training - Eligibility for Career Route Training

Embarking on CAT Training: Further Information about Eligibility for CAT ‘Career Route’ Training At any one time, there are about ten CAT training courses running, with between 15 and 20 people on each course. About 150-200 people a ye...


Recently Published CAT Research

Recently Published CAT Research This is a listing of selected recent research publications or summaries about cognitive analytic therapy since 2014. They are generally written for a professional or academic audience. We are producing some more acces...


CAT with adolescents

Cognitive Analytic Therapy with Adolescents Before starting an individual CAT therapy with an adolescent, it is important to remember that a young person is always surrounded by some system of care, usually their family. Initial assessment should a...


CAT with people with a learning disability

CAT with people with a learning disability The Government’s White Paper ‘Valuing People’ (2001) states that people with learning disabilities should have the same access to services as everyone else. Over the last 15 years, a rang...


The range of CAT services - NHS and beyond

The range of CAT services - NHS, private therapy and beyond Many CAT practitioners and psychotherapists work in the NHS but not all localities have CAT services. It is sometimes offered in primary care. There are many secondary care and specialist ...


Tony Ryle - a biography

Dr Tony Ryle 1927 - 2016 Dr Tony Ryle, the founder of Cognitive Analytic Therapy Tony Ryle’s first work was in General Practice. Together with colleagues who shared his socialist and egalitarian views and his support for the newly established...


ACAT Membership Fees - Tax Relief

Tax Relief on ACAT Membership Fees We are pleased to let ACAT members know that the Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy is on HMRC’s approved list of professional organisations where members may claim tax relief for their annual members...


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ACAT Privacy Notice Protecting your Privacy, the ACAT Promise “Because your data and privacy are so important, I wanted to let you know that when you share your information with ACAT, we take our responsibilities and obligation very seriously...


Code of Ethics and Practice

ACAT Code of Ethics and Practice Revised and Amended. Approved at ACAT’s AGM on: 11 July 2014 Revised October 2018 INTRODUCTION The following is intended to guide the ethical and professional conduct of members and trainees of the Associat...


Code of Ethics and Practice for Training and Supervision

ACAT Code of Ethics and Practice for Training and Supervision Revised and Amended. Approved at ACAT’s AGM on 11th July, 2014 Introduction The purpose of the Code is to establish and maintain standards for trainers and supervisors who are mem...


Concerns and Complaints Appendix 4 Referral Form

Concerns and Complaints Procedure Appendix 4: Complaints Referral Form Please complete and sign this Complaints Referral Form and return to: The Chair of the ACAT Ethics Panel ACAT Office PO Box 6793 Dorchester DT1 9DL and please also email an elec...


Safeguarding Children & Vulnerable Adults

ACAT Guidance: Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults Published December 2015 This document should be read in conjunction with ACAT’s Code of Ethics and Practice and ACAT’s Code of Ethics and Practice for Training and Supervision...


ACAT CPD Policy

ACAT Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Policy Revised January 2018 This new ACAT CPD (Continuing Professional Development) Policy replaces the previous policy dated April 2010 and revised in September 2011 Introduction Following ACAT&r...


Training Committee

The Training Committee The Training Committee is responsible for developing a national strategy for all levels of CAT training and accreditation - practitioner, psychotherapy, supervisor, foundation, and skills. It approves, monitors, and audits t...


Equality and Diversity Committee

Equality and Diversity Committee Description The Equality and Diversity Committee, a sub-committee of the Board of Trustees and Council of Management, has been established to advise the Board of Trustees and Council of Management on issues relating...


Aims and Scope of Reformulation

Aims and Scope of Reformulation Editors: Editors: Rob Lam and Nick Barnes Editorial Advisor: Alison Jenaway Editorial Board: Caroline Bunting, Haydee Cochrane, John Fox, Beth Greenhill, Carol Gregory, Gemma Kothari, Susan Mitzman, Sarah Richards, O...


CAT or Can You Make a Mad Man Sane?

Cognitive Analytic Therapy, or Can You Make a Mad Man Sane? Alan Wayne Whiskerd Alan has given his permission for us to use his story. When I was asked to write this, I must admit I was surprised and just a little bit daunted. What follows is an ...


ACAT Newsletter 1 - April 2010

ACAT Email Newsletter 1 - April 2010 Welcome to this first edition of our new ACAT e-newsletter. There were many reasons for thinking that we needed a more informal and light-hearted format for sharing information within the CAT community. I gue...


ACAT Newsletter 2 - August 2010

ACAT Email Newsletter 2 - August 2010 I’ve recently returned from the ACAT Annual conference at Hertfordshire University – an immensely enjoyable and successful two days. Good lecturers and a great range of workshops. Several people ...


ACAT Newsletter 3 - March 2011

ACAT Email Newsletter 3 - March 2011 Since getting involved in ACAT I have occasionally thought about it as a swan – sailing gently and serenely down the river – whilst paddling furiously underneath. The newsletter will, I hope,...


ACAT Newsletter 4 - December 2011

ACAT Email Newsletter 4 - December 2011 Click here to Download this Newsletter as a PDF I didn’t think I’d be writing this with Christmas in sight, but the long gap since the publication of the previous newsletter is down to the w...


ACAT Newsletter 5 - May 2012

ACAT Email Newsletter 5 - May 2012 May I take two minutes of your time? I realise how busy everyone is nowadays but I hope you'll find time to cast your eye over the newsletter - there is important information if you work as a private th...


ACAT Newsletter 6 - December 2012

ACAT Email Newsletter 6 - December 2012 Season’s Greetings to you all! I expect this will be finding its way into your inbox with only a few days to go to Christmas, so I hope you all have a good break and a renewal of energy to gr...


ACAT Newsletter - August 2017

ACAT Newsletter August 2017 Welcome again to the ACAT Newsletter – we imagine a lot of ACAT members will be away enjoying some summer sunshine but hope that you will catch up on the latest ACAT news and developments on your return. This issue...


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Speakers More information to follow. Speakers will include: Professor Charles Fernyhough 'The Voices in Our Heads' When people are asked to reflect on their conscious experience, they often report that it contains a fair amount of langua...


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