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  • 07 Feb

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    15 Nov

    Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) Training Year 2 - 2019

    09:30 AM to 04:30 PM

    $8350.00 Including GST

    The Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) Training Year 2 course is the second part of a two year training package that is accredited by ANZACAT and is based on international standards set by ICATA for the training of CAT practitioners. This course has been designed for clinicians and mental health professionals working across a range of public or private counselling and mental health settings who wish to extend their knowledge and skills in Cognitive Analytic Therapy with the aim to become an accredited CAT Practitioner.

  • 14 Feb

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    22 Nov

    Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) Training Year 1 - 2019

    09:30 AM to 04:30 PM

    $8350.00 Including GST

    Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) is an integrated, time-limited therapy that was originally developed by Dr Anthony Ryle in the UK. CAT is a collaborative model in which the therapist and client work together to make sense of the patterns of thinking, feeling, behaving and relating to facilitate change. CAT is a flexible model that is suitable for use with a wide range of disorders including depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, eating disorders, substance abuse and psychosis.

  • 05 Sep

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    06 Sep

    Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) Supervision Masterclass 2019

    09:30 AM to 04:30 PM

    $330.00 AUD Including GST

    This workshop is for experienced Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) supervisors who have completed the CAT Supervisor Training Level 1. The aim of this masterclass is to explore ways to effectively manage and respond to challenges in CAT supervision. We will be focusing on a range of situations that supervisors can find challenging. Some of these arise because of the group context in which CAT supervision often occurs, such as different learning styles and learning needs amongst supervisees. Other challenges explored will include those inherent in the role of supervisor, such as the balancing of gatekeeper, supportive and teaching roles; and how to provide feedback in helpful ways.

    We encourage participants to think about real-world examples that can be used for discussion and practice.