Why do we write letters at the end of CAT?
Ending therapy can be hard, often for both client and therapist. It is only in our most intimate, real life relationships that we make a conscious decision to stop seeing each other. It brings up feelings of grief and memories of previous endings and losses.
In CAT we try to explore feelings about the ending of the therapy in the last few sessions. As part of this, we encourage the exchange of “Goodbye Letters”. These letters describe what has happened in the therapy. Continue reading Ending Letters in CAT