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Introducing Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Principles and Practice
The Scope and Focus of CAT The Main Features of CAT Development of the Self: Background Considerations Normal and Abnormal Development of the Self and its Implications for Psychotherapy Selection andExpand
Cognitive analytic therapy.
  • A. Ryle, I. Kerr
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The British journal of psychiatry : the journal…
  • 1 July 2003
TLDR
Cognitive analytic therapy is marked by an emphasis on the process of reformulation of the patient’s problems, the resulting descriptions being used as a “scaffolding” within which a range of therapeutic methods may be applied. Expand
HYPE: A Cognitive Analytic Therapy-Based Prevention and Early Intervention Programme for Borderline Personality Disorder
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a leading candidate for developing empirically based prevention and early intervention programmes because it is common in clinical practice, it is among theExpand
Psychotherapy and mental health teams
TLDR
Formulating and delivering appropriate, evidence-based and robust models of psychotherapy in generic team settings represents a significantly different challenge from that posed by delivery of psychotherapies in specialist settings. Expand
COGNITIVE‐ANALYTIC THERAPY FOR BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER IN THE CONTEXT OF A COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH TEAM: INDIVIDUAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHODYNAMIC IMPLICATIONS
ABSTRACT Given that borderline personality disorder (BPD) is increasingly managed by community mental health teams (CMHTs), an exploration of the effectiveness of the cognitive-analytic model (RyleExpand
Cognitive analytic therapy
Abstract Cognitive analytic therapy (CAT) is an integrative model of psychotherapy developed over the past few decades in the UK by Anthony Ryle, and subsequently expanded by many others. AlthoughExpand
Psychotherapy for Borderline Personality Disorder: Mentalization Based Therapy and Cognitive Analytic Therapy Compared
TLDR
A discussion of key features of the models of normal and pathological development and a consideration of the conceptual underpinnings of how far they are compatible with what is reliably known in the general field of psychology and how far it offers a model accessible to patients and clinician are presented. Expand
Multidisciplinary community mental health team staff's experience of a 'skills level' training course in cognitive analytic therapy.
TLDR
It is suggested that whole-team CAT training may facilitate cohesion and also suggest that having some shared common language is important in enabling and supporting work with 'difficult' and 'complex' clients, for example, those with personality disorders. Expand
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