Videos about Cognitive Analytic Therapy

Cognitive Analytic Therapy is a seven minute video about CAT.  It was developed jointly by CAT therapists and CAT advocates within Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, in conjunction with Health Education England.  It was published on Youtube in May 2018 – you can view it by clicking on the link here.

CAT and Young People is a 5.5 minute video produced by ICATA, the International Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy.  It features Louise McCutcheon, clinical psychologist, CAT practitioner and senior program manager with Orygen, Melbourne, Australia.  Louise describes why she considers CAT to be well suited to therapeutic work with adolescents and young people.  You can view Louise’s video on YouTube by clicking on the link here.

Tony Ryle Memorial video:  This 25 minute video is about the late Tony Ryle who first developed cognitive analytic therapy.  It features a number of CAT therapists and others who either knew and worked with him, or were influenced by his ideas. It includes some brief video material of Tony Ryle himself.  The video was produced by Alison Jenaway and first shown at a memorial conference in March 2017.  You can watch the Tony Ryle Memorial video on YouTube by clicking on the link here.

COVID Struggles List  Learn more about how CAT therapist, supervisor and trainer Steve Jefferis developed the COVID Struggles List to help colleagues reflect on the impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on their work.  In this 36 minute video, he describes the development and use of the tool, and shares the results of an evaluation.  This video was originally recorded for for an ACAT member workshop held in September 2020.  Read more at our blog about the COVID Struggles List by clicking on this link.

Videos About Cognitive Analytic Therapy by ACAT Public Engagement Team
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