If you would like to express interest in repeats of these popular workshops, please contact us.
Friday 1 March 2019: The Research Journey from Start to Finish: Motivating-to-Motivated
The second joint ACAT/Catalyse research conference took place in London – Hashtag #CATres19 Click here for more details
Monday 5 and Tuesday 6 November 2018: The 5-Session CAT Approach: Skills Training
A two day workshop led by Angela Carradice and Dawn Bennett. The two days offered an opportunity for therapists seeking to develop and practice skills in using 5-session CAT Consultancy. More details available at this link.
Friday 20 July 2018: Exploring Issues of ‘Race’, Culture & Language within a CAT Framework
A one day workshop led by Jessie Emilion, CAT Psychotherapist & Supervisor. The day offered an opportunity to develop confidence and skills for working with difference and diversity, and a language to describe such work, within a CAT-informed framework. It was relevant to therapeutic work with people from a range of diverse communities, including refugees, those seeking asylum, and those needing language support through an interpreter. For more details, click here.
Weds/Thurs 30 & 31 May 2018:: Embodiment, Relational Space and Working with Trauma to the Sense of Self
A two-day workshop providing an embodied and theoretical exploration of our relational selves, narcissistic wounding, and the burdening of the therapist. These days offered an opportunity to learn and practise embodiment skills to help reduce therapist burdening, including stress, tiredness, exhaustion, and burnout. The workshop was led by Tim Sheard, CAT Psychotherapist. For more details, click here.
Fri/Sat 13th & 14th April 2018 :: Introduction to Cognitive Analytic Therapy
A hands-on, two-day course offering an introduction to the values, ideas, methods and skills of Cognitive Analytic Therapy. The workshop was led by Sarah Littlejohn and Emma Taylor. Further details available here.
Friday 13 April 2018 :: “Encouraging to Engaged” in CAT Research
The first joint Catalyse and ACAT one-day conference, which brought together a range of practitioners, researchers and others with a focus on CAT’s current evidence base, current and future research activity. Details and conference programme available here.
Monday 19 March 2018 :: States, Self-states & State Shifts
A one-day skills-based workshop with a focus on CAT’s Multiple Self States Model as a framework for working with complexity. The day was led by Sarah Littlejohn and Dawn Bennett. Details available here.
Thurs/Fri 30th November & 1st December 2017 :: CAT Supervision 2-day workshop
A repeat of this 2-day ACAT accredited Supervision training which also included a further group reflective session. The workshop was led by Deborah Pickvance and Sarah Littlejohn. Further details available here.
Friday 17th November 2017 :: Working with Self-Harm :: a Relational Approach
An experiential workshop promoting a compassionate understanding of self-harm . The workshop was led by Clive Turpin and Cheryl Delisser. For further information click here.
Mon/Tues 30th & 31st October 2017 :: The 5-Session CAT Approach – Skills Training
A further run of this popular two day training in Manchester with Angela Carradice and Dawn Bennett. For further information click here.
Friday 15th September 2017 :: A CAT Approach to Organisational Dynamics
A workshop exploring context, helping and managing relationships at work led by Robyn Vesey and Penny Wilson. For further information click here.
Monday 6th February 2017 :: Working with CAT in Groups
A one day workshop led by Dr Ruth Carson and Uma Patel. Details here.
Wednesday 30th November, 2016 :: Working Creatively in CAT with Dreams & Stories
A one day training event facilitated by Sophie Rushbrook and Nicola Coulter. Details here.
Friday 29th April, 2016 :: A CAT Perspective of Trauma and Dissociation
A one day workshop with Dr René Bosman
Friday 26th February, 2016 :: CAT for Apparently Unusual Experiences – A relational approach to psychosis
A repeat of this popular one day workshop in Manchester with Ranil Tan and Alex Perry.
Friday 4th December, 2015 :: CAT for Apparently Unusual Experiences – A relational approach to psychosis
One day workshop in Manchester with Ranil Tan and Alex Perry. Details here.
Friday 28th November 2014 :: CAT and the Brain: How the brain works, what gets in its way, and implications for CAT practice
Led by Dr Emma Taylor and Dr Pete Walpole. This event was oversubscribed was run again on 16th November 2015
Monday 24th March 2014 :: Putting DBT on the CAT Map
Led by facilitators Andrea Daykin and Alex Barrow.
Friday 31st January 2014 :: 6 Part Story Method
Led by Kim Dent-Brown.
Friday 1st March and Wednesday 13th November 2013 :: Working with Self-Harm
There was very high demand for this successful 1-day workshop which ran twice in 2013.
Thursday & Friday 16th and 17th May, 2013 :: Use of CAT in Consultancy: Five Session CAT Approach: Skills Training
Two-day workshop facilitated by Dawn Bennett and Angela Carradice – see details here.
Friday 25th January, 2013 :: A Mini Therapy workshop
for CAT Practitioners
A half-day workshop led by Steve Potter
30th November, 2012 :: Independent Practice Day
Led by Caroline Dower and Clive Turpin