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On 21 December 2007 Tony Ryle visited Scotland for an informal seminar on Cognitive Analytic Therapy and to offer support and encouragement to the development and accreditation of a CAT Practitioner Training Course in Scotland.

Some of the topics discussed in the seminar include

  • The history and "archaeology" of Cognitive Analytic Therapy
  • Attachment Theory and CAT
  • Concepts of self and the formation of Reciprocal Roles
  • The value and importance of Reformulation
  • CAT compared with a psychoanalytic, systemic, or CBT stance
  • Formation and continued development of psychotherapists with a "broader view"
  • The importance of thinking and writing about CAT
  • The Dialogical Self and future of CAT

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ACAT Members ...... £ 15

Non-Members ....... £ 25

Price includes postage and packing.

ACAT Calendar for April
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44th April 2019
CAT Introductory Event: Introduction to CAT - offered by Sussex Partnership NHS FT
55th April 2019
CPD Event: States and Self States - offered by Catalyse
CPD Event: ACAT: Obsessions and Transformations in CAT
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88th April 2019
CAT Supervisor Training: Relational Skills in CAT Supervision Residential
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2929th April 2019
CPD Event: Out of control sexual behaviour workshop - offered by Become Psychology
3030th April 2019
CPD Event: How to run a successful private practice: all you need to know - offered by Become Psychology

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