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Section 1: The essence of
(1.1) Section 1: The essence of CAT
(1.3) How do we know who we are?
(1.4) How do we know who we are?
(1.5) Ryle (2002) vs Descartes (1636)
(1.6) ‘We interact and communicate therefore we become’ (Anthony
(1.7) Who would we be if we had never met another?
(1.8) Reciprocal roles
(1.9) Interactive exercise
(1.10) Reciprocal roles
(1.12) Reciprocal roles
(1.13) Reciprocal roles
(1.14) CAT is to do with ‘doing with’
(1.15) Section 1: Recap
(1.16) Section 1:
Section 2: Theory and
(2.1) Section 2: Theory and development
(2.2) The three principal sources of CAT
(2.3) Dr Anthony Ryle on the development of CAT
(2.4) Cognitive roots
(2.5) Psychoanalytic roots
(2.6) Psychoanalytic roots
(2.7) Dialogic roots
(2.8) Dialogic roots
(2.9) Interactive activity: how has CAT developed?
(2.10) CAT in the NHS
(2.11) How does CAT fit in with other therapies for personality
(2.12) Who might benefit from CAT?
(2.13) Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy (ACAT)
(2.14) CAT around the world
(2.15) Section 2: Recap
(2.16) Section 2:
Section 3: What is it like to
(3.1) Section 3: What is it like to have CAT?
(3.2) The psychotherapy file
(3.4) Needing to impress the therapist
(3.5) The multiple self-states model
(3.8) Interactive activity: snags
(3.9) Difficult and unstable states of mind
(3.10) Different states
(3.11) Different states
(3.12) Interactive exercise: snag formulation
(3.13) The reformulation letter
(3.14) Reformulation letter
(3.15) Targeting problems and procedures that keep them
(3.17) The map (or sequential diagrammatic reformulation)
(3.18) Tony’s map
(3.19) Tony’s map
(3.20) Tony's map
(3.21) Rating charts and other measures
(3.22) Tony's rating chart
(3.23) Therapy letters and goodbye letters
(3.24) Audio: An extract of Tony's goodbye letter
(3.25) Aspects of Tony: Table 1
(3.27) Audio: a client's view
(3.28) Author's reflection
(3.29) The final word?
(3.30) Section 3: Recap
(3.31) Section 3: