External Moderator - Andy McKeown
The External Moderator’s function is to advise and assist the organisation to develop and maintain their training and accrediting processes.
Lay Chair of the Ethics Panel - Rachel Musk
The Chair of the Ethics Panel is responsible for conducting investigations and maintaining and reporting upon ethical standards in the practice of CAT.
The Chair of the Panel will provide a report, including, where appropriate, statistics, to the membership of ACAT at each Annual General Meeting, and when required, to UKCP.
Vice-Chair of the Ethcis Panel - Henrietta Batchelor
ACAT Administration Manager - Maria Cross
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays – email@example.com
Administration management and staffing
ACAT Business Function (insurances, data protection, contracts, DBS checks etc)
ACAT’s Committees and associated work: Trustees, Council of Management, Training Committee, Exam Board (including accreditation process), Ethics Panel, Equality and Diversity, Annual Research meeting
Training: all courses: Skills Case Management, One Year Foundation, Practitioner, IRRAPT, Supervisor Training; Training Handbook
Collation of marks for all training courses
External Moderator reports
Registration etc of all new trainees
Events and conference budget approvals
ACAT Administrator - Alison Marfell
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays – firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership: renewals and payments; re-joining and other issues
CPD events, including Relational Skills Residential
Annual Conference – administration lead
Annual CPD Audit and Psychotherapist Re-Accreditation
Private practice and private supervisor listings
UKCP and HIPC
Social Media and Twitter liaison
ACAT Financial Administrator - Louise Barter
Tuesdays and Thursdays - email@example.com
ACAT Finance and Accounts
ACAT bespoke promotional events – financial arrangements
ACAT Annual Conference – financial arrangements
Training: finance – collection of ACAT fees across all courses, IRRAPT and St Thomas’ course fees
Expense claims and payments
Page updated April 2018
ACAT's Public Engagement Survey & London Meeting in January Please tell us your views on how we explain and share information about Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) online....
ACAT Website Gets Mobile-Friendly Last week ACAT's website was updated to use a "responsive" design framework. This means it now works properly on mobile devices and tablets as well as on laptops and desktop computers....
This site has recently been updated to be Mobile Friendly. We are working through the pages to check everything is working properly. If you spot a problem please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll look into it. Thank you.