Reformulation - the newsletter for the Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy

Reformulation

Reformulation

is committed to upholding a broadly based view of the Cognitive Analytic approach and developments within CAT.  Reformulation considers articles on CAT practice and theory, as well as debates, letters, poems, book reviews, art works and adverts relevant to CAT.    Contributions by users of CAT are particularly welcome.  Views expressed by writers are their own and do not necessarily reflect the personal views of the editors or ACAT.  Editors encourage exchange and debate between differing points of view and for this reason invite readers to respond to articles by writing letters to the Editors with a view to publication.

Submissions:

Reformulation is published twice a year in June and December and is free to ACAT members.  Articles or items for submission on any aspect of CAT (between 250 and 2,000 words) or advertisement for any CAT event should be submitted electronically via ACAT to reformulation@acat.me.uk.  Articles are only accepted at the discretion of the editors.  The Editors cannot guarantee that a manuscript accepted for publication will be published in any particular issue of the Journal.

The Aims and Scope of Reformulation and Consent to Publish in Reformulation

For more information around submissions and the aims and scope of Reformulation please click on:  "The Aims and Scope of Reformulation" and for consent to publish please click here:  "Consent to Publish in Reformulation" 

Editorial Team:

Editors:  Nicola Kimber-Rogal and Louise Yorke
Editorial Advisor: Alison Jenaway
Editorial Board:  Caroline Bunting, Haydee Cochrane,  John Fox, Beth Greenhill,  Carol Gregory, Gemma Kothari, Susan Mitzman,  Sarah Richards,  Omar Sattaur, Olivia Southwell, Nicola Tweedie, Tracey Weldon, Julie Wilkinson
Graphic Design and Print:   Alacrify Ltd

Articles in the Current Issue of Reformulation :: Winter 2017 [Issue 49]

A case study of cognitive analytic therapy with a client diagnosed with psychotic depression
John Cartmell, 2017. A case study of cognitive analytic therapy with a client diagnosed with psychotic depression. Reformulation, Winter, pp.22-27.

An Alternative Psychotherapy File
Alison Jenaway, 2017. An Alternative Psychotherapy File. Reformulation, Winter, p.48.

Austerity, Power and CAT’s Opportunity for Change
John Cartmell, 2017. Austerity, Power and CAT’s Opportunity for Change. Reformulation, Winter, pp.5-7.

Clinical Outcomes Of Cognitive Analytic Therapy Delivered By Trainees
Darongkamas, J., Newell, A. Hewitt-Moran, T. & Jordan, S, 2017. Clinical Outcomes Of Cognitive Analytic Therapy Delivered By Trainees. Reformulation, Winter, pp.38-42.

Concepts of the Self, Social Inequality, Culture and Power in reflecting on therapeutic work with Asylum Seekers and Refugees: A Cognitive Analytic Approach
Dr Claire Wilson, 2017. Concepts of the Self, Social Inequality, Culture and Power in reflecting on therapeutic work with Asylum Seekers and Refugees: A Cognitive Analytic Approach. Reformulation, Winter, pp.44-47.

How CAT-Informed Practice Can Help To Improve Mental Health Services
Ben Bell, 2017. How CAT-Informed Practice Can Help To Improve Mental Health Services. Reformulation, Winter, pp.33-37.

On Learning From Our Patients: Reformulating CAT Training
Robert Marx, Joanne King, Kylie, Mary Wilson-Verrall, Karen Spencer and Annabel J McDonald, 2017. On Learning From Our Patients: Reformulating CAT Training. Reformulation, Winter, pp.13-18.

Perfectly Imperfect: Reflections of a Newly Qualified Clinical Psychologist in using CAT to Explore the Relational Contribution to Binge Eating
Dr Lyndsey Holt, 2017. Perfectly Imperfect: Reflections of a Newly Qualified Clinical Psychologist in using CAT to Explore the Relational Contribution to Binge Eating. Reformulation, Winter, pp.28-32.

Using The Parent-Adult-Child Model Alongside CAT
Louise Elwell, 2017. Using The Parent-Adult-Child Model Alongside CAT. Reformulation, Winter, p.43.

When Therapy Feels Like A Roller Coaster Ride: A CAT Perspective
Dr Diane Agoro, 2017. When Therapy Feels Like A Roller Coaster Ride: A CAT Perspective. Reformulation, Winter, pp.19-21.

Where Should We Keep Reformulation Letters?
Kate Freshwater, Tilait Tanweer & Wendy Walker, 2017. Where Should We Keep Reformulation Letters?. Reformulation, Winter, pp.8-12.

Previous Issues of Reformulation

Below is a list of our previous issues of Reformulation.
Click on the title to view the list of articles in each issue.

Summer 2017 [Issue 48] [9 Articles]
Winter 2016 [Issue 47] [14 Articles]
Summer 2016 [Issue 46] [10 Articles]
Winter 2015 [Issue 45] [12 Articles]
Summer 2015 [Issue 44] [11 Articles]
Winter 2014 [Issue 43] [10 Articles]
Summer 2014 [Issue 42] [13 Articles]
Winter 2013 [Issue 41] [19 Articles]
Summer 2013 [Issue 40] [17 Articles]
Winter 2012 [Issue 39] [14 Articles]
Summer 2012 [Issue 38] [11 Articles]
Winter 2011 [Issue 37] [19 Articles]
Summer 2011 [Issue 36] [17 Articles]
Winter 2010 [Issue 35] [18 Articles]
Summer 2010 [Issue 34] [16 Articles]
Winter 2009 [Issue 33] [19 Articles]
Summer 2009 [Issue 32] [14 Articles]
Winter 2008 [Issue 31] [9 Articles]
Summer 2008 [Issue 30] [18 Articles]
Winter 2007 [Issue 29] [7 Articles]
Summer 2007 [Issue 28] [9 Articles]
Winter 2006 [Issue 27] [8 Articles]
Summer 2006 [Issue 26] [8 Articles]
Autumn 2005 [Issue 25] [12 Articles]
Spring 2005 [Issue 24] [6 Articles]
Autumn 2004 [Issue 23] [10 Articles]
Summer 2004 [Issue 22] [10 Articles]
Spring 2004 [Issue 21] [8 Articles]
Autumn 2003 [Issue 20] [17 Articles]
Summer 2003 [Issue 19] [17 Articles]
ACAT News Spring 2003 [Issue 102] [1 Article]
Spring 2003 [Issue 18] [20 Articles]
Autumn 2002 [Issue 17] [15 Articles]
ACAT News Summer 2002 [Issue 104] [1 Article]
ACAT News Spring 2002 [Issue 5] [5 Articles]
Spring 2002 [Issue 16] [8 Articles]
ACAT News Autumn 2001 [Issue 9] [13 Articles]
ACAT News Autumn 2000 [Issue 8] [6 Articles]
ACAT News Summer 2000 [Issue 10] [4 Articles]
ACAT News Spring 2000 [Issue 7] [10 Articles]
ACAT News Summer 1999 [Issue 2] [4 Articles]
ACAT News Winter 1999 [Issue 103] [1 Article]
ACAT News Autumn 1998 [Issue 6] [3 Articles]
ACAT News Spring 1998 [Issue 1] [3 Articles]
ACAT News Summer 1997 [Issue 13] [2 Articles]
ACAT News Winter 1997 [Issue 12] [7 Articles]
ACAT News Summer 1995 [Issue 101] [2 Articles]
ACAT News Spring 1995 [Issue 3] [4 Articles]
ACAT News Winter 1995 [Issue 14] [4 Articles]
ACAT News Spring 1994 [Issue 15] [3 Articles]
ACAT News Autumn 1993 [Issue 11] [7 Articles]
ACAT News Summer 1993 [Issue 100] [1 Article]
ACAT News Winter 1993 [Issue 4] [4 Articles]
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CAT Introductory Event: ACAT: Two Day Introduction to CAT
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88th March 2019
CPD Event: ACAT: Out of control sexual behaviour
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CPD Event: CAT Nature Retreat - offered by CAT Cumbria
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1111th March 2019
CPD Event: How to run a successful private practice: all you need to know - offered by Become Psychology
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CPD Event: ACAT: CAT for psychosis: a relational approach
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Special Interest Group Event: CAT-TAST SIG meeting
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CPD Event: Trainers and Supervisors Meeting
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CPD Event: ACAT: CAT with Couples
CPD Event: Forensic CAT Conference - offered by Tees, Esk and Wear Valley NHS Trust (TEWV)
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