Collaborate offers training in CAT and CPD for CAT therapists. All profits from these activities are given to the ACAT Research Fund. To find out more contact ACAT on 01305 263 511.
We are all qualified CAT supervisors and offer supervision for CAT therapists.
Want to learn more about CAT and get CPD credits?
Come to our quarterly Collaborate CATchup. These are a forum for case presentations, discussion of clinical topics and an opportunity to keep up to date with clinical and academic developments in the CAT world – and have coffee and cake with your colleagues.
Next CATchup is on Wednesday 16th October at the Rock Road Library Cambridge and costs £5. (all profits go to the ACAT Research Fund).
2 day Introductory Course in Cognitive Analytic Therapy
26th and 27th September 2019
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Integrating CAT ideas into Eating Disorders treatments
with Dr Helen Buxton
Friday 15th November 2019
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Previous trainings include:
CAT and Narrative Therapy – May 2018, Cambridge
2 day Introductory Course in Cognitive Analytic Therapy – Cambridge, various
Introduction to Borderline Personality Disorder – a CAT based workshop for those helping clients with this diagnosis in the workplace – Cambridge University Disability Resource Centre, December 2017
CAT and EMDR – London, March 2017
Managing Complex Medical Patients using CAT – Cambridge, Jan 2017
Applying Cognitive Analytic Therapy in Physical Healthcare Settings – Peterborough, Nov 2016
Working Collaboratively with Medically Unexplained Symptoms – Sheffield, Sept 2016
Feedback from participants:
‘Fantastic presentation skills. Thank you!’
‘Excellent, felt very spoilt having the professional presentation of the trainers. Thank you for making CAT very clear and relational.’
‘Lovely, lively presentation style.’
‘A very informative, but relaxed course that has been very helpful.’
‘Thank you so much. You have energised my interest and passion for more CAT.’
‘The three tutors were very passionate and knowledgeable about CAT and I found them all very helpful.’