ACAT Administration, 2013. â€œTalking about CAT". Reformulation, Summer, p.14.
To add to the six factsheets already available there are now two new facts sheets designed for use with NHS Commissioners and Private Health Providers, reï¬‚ ecting the questions posed by them about Cognitive Analytic Therapy. As an adjunct to these two leaï¬‚ ets, we have put together powerpoint presentations that reï¬‚ ect the content of each of the leaï¬‚ ets and these are now available on the members’ section of the ACAT website – log on, and on your personal home page, scroll down to CAT Practice. In CAT tools you will ï¬ nd the powerpoint ï¬ les. You can download these and they are fully editable so you can add your own statistics and clients’ stories as you wish.
These are part of the series of factsheets on CAT, including information designed for clients and prospective clients, young people and professionals seeking to ï¬ nd out more about CAT as a psychological therapy. Other factsheets cover research into CAT, training in CAT, and ‘What is CAT understanding’. They have been written by a range of people from the CAT world which ensures they are multi-voiced and we hope they get to the essence of what it is about CAT that continues to enthuse therapists and clients and allows it to grow, even in difï¬ cult times for health and social care services.
All the fact sheets are available as PDFs on the website for you to forward, print out and distribute but we have now had them professionally printed on high quality paper.
They are available in a smart folder and we would like to encourage you to use these to start a dialogue with people local to you about CAT and what it has to offer. Do you have contact with your local commissioning group? With the Board of your Trust? With a Users/Carers Forum? We want to get the word out there. If you feel you can make use of the pack, please email Maria at the ofï¬ ce firstname.lastname@example.org and she will forward copies to you.
We are also aware that some members in private practice might wish to have copies of individual leaï¬‚ ets as publicity material for potential clients. We are able to supply these at the cost of production - a pack of 10 is £2.50 plus postage.
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ACATnews: ACAT Virtual Office Update and ACATonline
Sloper, J., 2003. ACATnews: ACAT Virtual Office Update and ACATonline. Reformulation, Spring, p.7.
A Reformulation of ACAT Code of Ethics and Practice and Equal Opportunities Policy?
Helen Jellicoe, 2013. A Reformulation of ACAT Code of Ethics and Practice and Equal Opportunities Policy?. Reformulation, Summer, p.6,7,8.
â€œWe need decent people as well as decent lawsâ€:
Beth Greenhill, Amanda Roberts and Rebecca Swarbrick, 2013. â€œWe need decent people as well as decent lawsâ€:. Reformulation, Summer, p.18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25.
Clarifying an ethical dilemma with CAT in work with children and adolescents
Marie-Anne Bernardy-Arbuz, 2013. Clarifying an ethical dilemma with CAT in work with children and adolescents. Reformulation, Summer, p.28,29,30,31.
Integrating Art Psychotherapy and Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT)
Rose Hughes, 2013. Integrating Art Psychotherapy and Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT). Reformulation, Summer, p.44,45,46,47,48,49.
Reformulating Futh, the â€˜heroâ€™ of the â€˜The lighthouseâ€™ by Alison Moore
Jonathon Strauss, 2013. Reformulating Futh, the â€˜heroâ€™ of the â€˜The lighthouseâ€™ by Alison Moore. Reformulation, Summer, p.26,27.
The Awkward Silence - Ethics of Withholding Information
Oliver Oâ€™Mara, 2013. The Awkward Silence - Ethics of Withholding Information. Reformulation, Summer, p.9,10,11,12,13.
The ethical implications of social class in the practice of CAT
Lucy Howe, 2013. The ethical implications of social class in the practice of CAT. Reformulation, Summer, p.36,37,38,39.
When the obvious solution may not be as simple as it seems
Harriet Winstanley, 2013. When the obvious solution may not be as simple as it seems. Reformulation, Summer, p.15,16,17.
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