ACAT National Conference Programme

 

0830

Registration opens

0930 - 0940

Welcome & housekeeping

0940 - 1040

Key note: Dr Lucy Johnstone
'The Power Threat Meaning Framework: An alternative non-medical conceptualisation of distress and unusual experiences'

1040 - 1100

Mid-morning refreshment break

1100 - 1200

Key note:  Tim Sheard
'Moving CAT beyond  its identification with the observing eye: Does working with developmental trauma confront us with a need to integrate embodiment into CAT?'

1200 - 1300

Key note:  Professor Joy Schaverien PhD
'Boarding School Syndrome: The Psychological Trauma of ‘Privileged’ Children'

1300 - 1400

Lunch

1400 - 1500

Key note: Rhona Brown
'Traversing Together or Falling Apart: remaining 'alongside' in CAT in a troubled world'

1500 - 1600

AGM

1600 - 1620

Mid-afternoon refreshment break

1620 - 1705

Themed reflective groups

1710 - 1730

Feedback from reflective group chairs (chaired by Alison Jenaway)

1730 - 1800

Social/informal gathering

1800

Conference closes

For information on speakers please visit https://www.acat.me.uk/page/speakers

 

ACAT Calendar for May
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88th May 2019
CAT Introductory Event: 3 Day Introduction to CAT - offered by Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
CPD Event: 2 Day Cognitive Analytic Therapy Skills Workshop
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CPD Event: Free CPD Day - offered by University of Exeter
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CPD Event: The Five Session Approach - offered by CAT Cumbria
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CPD Event: ACAT: Embodied Presence and the Observing Self
CPD Event: One day conference celebrating 25 years of CAT Practitioner Training in the North - Catalyse
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