A one day workshop with Dr Ian B. Kerr, Consultant Psychiatrist & Psychotherapist, CAT Trainer and Supervisor
Date – Saturday 6th April 2019
9.30am - 4pm
Venue – Community of St Lukes, 130 Remuera Road, Auckland
$250 full rate
$230 NZCCP/ NZPS
$220 student/ trainee rate
Ian has been involved in the development and application of CAT from its earliest days. With Anthony Ryle, founder of CAT, he is co-author of ‘Introducing Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Principles and Practice’ (Second Edition, In Press). His clinical and research interests have included particularly working with ‘difficult’ and personality disorder type patients. In recent years he has been especially involved in the application of CAT systemically and to teams and organisations notably in public mental health services.
In this workshop Ian will present and lead a discussion of recent developments in the theory and practice of CAT as presented in the updated, revised edition of ‘Introducing Cognitive Analytic Therapy”. The workshop should be of interest to trainees and CAT practitioners, as well as clinicians and others wanting to learn about the relational approach of CAT and its wider application to a range of clinical presentations, to staff training, and in reflective practice and consultancy type work.
Registrations are by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. All registrations will be acknowledged by Ally within a week, if you have not heard back, please ring Ally on tel 021 060 4992. Please include the following information with your registration.
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Receipts and certificates of attendance will be provided on the day of the workshop.
Participants provide their own lunch, morning and afternoon tea will be provided.