Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) online supervision group.
If you want to learn about Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) and apply it to your clinical work, you may be interested in joining my existing CAT supervision group. The group meets using zoom videoconferencing software which is fully interactive. The supervision is primarily geared towards those with CAT training and also therapists without formal CAT training, including CBT practitioners, whom are wanting to deepen their understandings and skills of relational approaches and apply these skills to address common relational issues, particularly when working with complexity.
As a Clinical Psychologist and Accredited CAT Supervisor, I have much experience of integrating relational approaches to the supervision of a range of psychotherapies. For those who might wish to undertake formal training in CAT at a later date, it is worth bearing in mind that as I am an accredited CAT supervisor you may be able to submit two completed cases under my supervision as counting towards the eight cases required to complete the practitioner level CAT training. Please note that this is always at the discretion of the relevant course director.
CAT theory and practice is accessible and intuitive and in my experience supervisees without prior CAT experience are usually able to understand and integrate the approach without difficulty.
We meet fortnightly, with the expectation of a minimum six-month commitment. Maximum group size of three. The cost is £45 each, representing good value for money for a rich supervisory and CPD opportunity. If you are interested and would like to discuss further, please get in touch with Robert Watson by email email@example.com or by phone 07941027765. One to one supervision is also available if preferred.
I’ve included some feedback from previous supervisees who experienced my relational approach to supervision.
Vanessa Papas, CBT and CAT Therapist.
Dr Stella Christofides, Clinical Psychologist.