A CAT-derived one to three session intervention for repeated deliberate self-harm: a description of the model and initial experience of trainee psychiatrists in using it.

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We describe a new Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT)-based intervention for those who repeatedly self-harm. It is specifically designed to be deliverable by staff with no training in psychotherapy. The intervention is simply manualized into sequential tasks that are mediated by new CAT-style standardized tools. A particular feature of this intervention is the… (More)

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@article{Sheard2000ACO, title={A CAT-derived one to three session intervention for repeated deliberate self-harm: a description of the model and initial experience of trainee psychiatrists in using it.}, author={Tim Sheard and Julian Evans and Dane Cash and Janna Hicks and Andrew King and Neil V Morgan and B Nereli and Ian C Porter and Helen Rees and Joseph Sandford and R F Slinn and Kaushik Sunder}, journal={The British journal of medical psychology}, year={2000}, volume={73 ( Pt 2)}, pages={179-96} }