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  • 16 Feb

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    28 Mar

    Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) Relational Skills Training - 2017

    09:30 AM to 04:30 PM

    $2205.00 AUD Including GST

    Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) is an integrated, collaborative model that can be used to understand the relational patterns underlying complex and challenging presenting problems. CAT formulation can assist clinicians to reflect on the client within a particular context, to understand the origins of the client’s problems and to better reflect on the helpful and unhelpful system and clinician responses to the relational patterns commonly played out. CAT can provide a useful model even in settings where CAT is not used as an individual therapy. It has been demonstrated to assist teams to work together collaboratively and innovatively, and to provide a non-blaming language for teams to use with clients, families and other professionals. CAT can be used with a wide range of presenting problems, including borderline personality disorder, eating disorders, substance abuse and psychosis.

  • 16 Feb

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    17 Nov

    Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) Training Year 1 - 2017

    09:30 AM to 04:30 PM

    $660.00 AUD 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.

  • 03 Mar

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    01 Dec

    Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) Training Year 2 - 2017

    09:30 AM to 04:30 PM

    $4125.00 AUD Including GST

    Please note you must complete the registration process for this course before purchasing, details below.

    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.

  • 31 Mar

    Complex Assessments and Case Formulation in Youth Mental Health (Melbourne)

    09:30 AM to 04:30 PM

    $150.00 AUD Including GST

    Engagement, assessment and case formulation are essential components of the first phase of working therapeutically with a young person. Assessment is an ongoing process and can be challenging when the young person’s needs or presenting issues are particularly complex. Obtaining information from the young person and collateral information from family members, education or other services helps to build a shared understanding of the young person’s mental health and treatment needs.

  • 04 Apr

    Mental Wellbeing and Young People: Early Warning Signs, Detection & Support (Melbourne)

    09:30 AM to 01:00 PM

    $100.00 AUD Including GST

    Mental wellbeing and being skilled in the recognition of early signs of a young person becoming unwell are essential components for any professional working with young people, whether in community, sports or education settings.

    Being able to recognise the difference between normal development and emotional difficulties is crucial, as well as being able to support a young person to develop skills in resilience.

  • 06 Apr

    Webinar: Neuroscience of Anxiety Disorders

    02:00 PM to 03:00 PM

    Register here

    This advanced practice webinar will provide an overview on brain functioning and anxiety disorders in young people. It will explore psychological and neuroscience perspectives to understanding threat, fear and the brain. The webinar will present recent findings from neuroimaging studies, with a focus on functional magnetic resonance imaging results, as relevant to anxiety disorders. In exploring how the brain supports emotion and affect, this webinar will also include a focus on the relevance of neuroscience to clinical practice.