What has been written about CAT?

Reformulation

This is the newsletter for the Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy.  It is published twice a year and is free to members. You can read more about Reformulation by clicking here: More about Reformulation.

Research into CAT

You can find out more about CAT Research projects here: CAT Research

Key References

You can read Tony Ryle's list of Key References about CAT here: Key CAT References.

Full Bibliography

You can find a full bibliography of articles published about CAT here: Full CAT Bibliography

Books about CAT

There is a list of published books about CAT on the site, with links to buy them from Amazon: CAT Books

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CAT Introductory Event: Introduction to Cognitive Analytic Therapy: A three day course - offered by Norfolk and Suffolk NHS
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CPD Event: How to run a successful private practice: all you need to know - offered by Become Psychology
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CPD Event: 7th CAT Cumbria Event - POSTPONED
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CAT Introductory Event: Introduction to CAT - offered by Jurai Darongkamas and Jeanette McLoughlin
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