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Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT)


CAT aims to help people recognise when problematic patterns in relationships, and within yourself are happening and getting in the way of the life you want. It is a relational and collaborative approach where the client and therapist work together to develop a shared understanding of where your difficulties might have come from and learn new ways of coping.

I often interweave elements from other therapy models such as Sensorimotor Psychotherapy or Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy as clients have found these adaptations helpful for them.

CAT is an explicitly time-limited psychotherapy which means there is an agreement about how long you and the therapist will work together for, and the therapy will end following the completion of the agreed number of sessions.

For more information:

*For Health & Social Care Professionals*

I am offering in-person CAT Supervision Groups (not for CAT Practitioner Trainees)

and Training Therapy. Please contact me for further details

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