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Cognitive analytic therapy for offenders

a new approach to forensic psychotherapy

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Published by Routledge in Hove, East Sussex, New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prisoners -- Mental health,
  • Criminals -- Mental health,
  • Prisoners -- Mental health services,
  • Criminals -- Mental health services,
  • Cognitive-analytic therapy,
  • Forensic psychiatry,
  • Forensic Psychiatry -- methods,
  • Cognitive Therapy -- methods

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statement[edited by] Philip H. Pollock, Mark Stowell-Smith and Michael Göpfert.
    ContributionsPollock, Philip, 1968-, Stowell-Smith, Mark., Göpfert, Michael, 1947-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC451.4.P68 C64 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3401056M
    ISBN 101583919244
    LC Control Number2005015516

    With a variety of case examples and contributions from experienced clinicians, this book introduces Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) in practical, user-friendly language, and for the first time guides readers on how to use it with people with intellectual disabilities. CAT is increasingly recognised as an effective approach for working with people with intellectual disabilities. What is ognitive Analytic Therapy? Developed by Dr Anthony Ryle in the late ’s specifically with the needs of the NHS in mind, CAT is an integrative model of psychological therapy. It draws on cognitive, psychoanalytic, and social learning theories/approaches.

    This book offers an updated introduction and overview of the principles and practice of cognitive analytic therapy (CAT). The last such book appeared over ten years ago and was the first systematic articulation of a new, integrative model which had been developed over a . Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Developments in Theory and Practice by Ryle, Anthony and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

      Therapy and Mental Health in-reach Teams, Alice Mills and Kathleen Kendall 3. Attachment Based Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Mary Haley 4. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Adolescents in Secure Settings, Kirsty Smedley 5. Cognitive Analytic Therapy with Young Adult Offenders, Abigail Willis 6. Systemic Psychotherapy in Prison, David Shelton 7Author: Joel Harvey.   Cognitive–analytic therapy (CAT) is a brief focal therapy informed by cognitive therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy and certain developments in cognitive psychology. It was developed by Anthony Ryle specifically in response to the needs of the National Health Service (NHS) for treatment approaches of short by:


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Pollock | 20 Jul out of 5 stars 1. The book offers a novel description of clinical practice and describes the innovative application of cognitive analytic therapy to forensic work in a variety of contexts and settings for numerous offence types and clinical disorders, including: CAT in the treatment of child sex offenders in secure forensic settings the use of CAT with women in.

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Everyday low Format: Hardcover. How is Cognitive Analytic Therapy Different to Other Forms of Psychotherapy. Like most types of psychotherapy, Cognitive analytic therapy looks to a client’s past and to the patterns they have developed that are causing them to think, feel, and act in ways that stop them from being happy in the present.

But CAT tends to favour looking at patterns of relating, and the way a client’s. This book reviews the history and essential features of CAT [Cognitive Analytic Therapy], offers a 'state-of-the-art' detailed description of practice, and continues the conceptual development of.

CAT stands for Cognitive Analytic Therapy; a collaborative programme for looking at the way a person thinks, feels and acts, and the events and relationships that underlie these experiences (often from childhood or earlier in life).

As its name suggests, it brings together ideas and understanding from different therapies into one user-friendly. Get this from a library. Cognitive analytic therapy for offenders: a new approach to forensic psychotherapy. [Philip Pollock; Mark Stowell-Smith; Michael Göpfert;] -- Cognitive analytic therapy (CAT) is an established form of integrated psychotherapy, which has been applied in a variety of clinical settings to a diversity of disorders with promising outcomes.

This book offers an updated introduction and overview of the principles and practice of cognitive analytic therapy (CAT). The last such book appeared over ten years ago and was the first systematic articulation of a new, integrative model which had been developed over a period of many years.

Although thereFile Size: 2MB. Rachel Pollard and Steve Potter explore the contribution which Cognitive Analytic Therapy, a time-limited method of intervention combining pschoanalytic and cognitive behavioural approaches, can make to probation practice with 'difficult to help' offenders, arguing that it provides a flexible and effective addition to the range of interventions currently used.

This book presents a time-limited approach to psychotherapy. It describes a new framework for brief therapy—Cognitive - Analytic Therapy—the application of psychoanalytic understanding and of some psychoanalytic techniques within a framework, and with additional treatment methods derived from cognitive psychology and psychotherapy.

Anthony Ryle was the creator of cognitive analytic therapy - CAT - a model of psychotherapy that has been taken up around the world. His interest in mental health grew from his spending 15 years as an inner city GP; he gradually developed the model during the s and 80s, first as director of the student health service at Sussex University, and subsequently as consultant Cited by: In this new paperback edition of Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Offenders, the authors describe the application of CAT to forensic settings, illustrating the use of this type of therapy with a range of offence types and clinical disorders.

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Edited by Philip H. Pollock, Mark Stowell‐Smith and Michael Göpfert, Routledge, London, Hardback, ISBN ‐1‐‐‐4Author: Damian Gamble.Cognitive analytic consultancy (CAC; Carradice, a) provides such an organizational intervention, with the approach grounded in the theory, principles, and practice of .