Cognitive Analytic Therapy for People with Intellectual by Phil Clayton, Julie Lloyd (eds.)

By Phil Clayton, Julie Lloyd (eds.)

Individuals: Val Crowley, Pamela Mount, Hilary Brown, David Wilberforce, Simon Crowther, Perry Morrison, Steve Potter, Helen Elford, Nicola Murphy, Jo Varela, Michelle Anwyl, Zoe Ball

With numerous case examples and contributions from skilled clinicians, this e-book introduces Cognitive Analytic treatment (CAT) in functional, elementary language, and for the 1st time courses readers on the way to use it with individuals with highbrow disabilities.

CAT is more and more known as an efficient procedure for operating with individuals with highbrow disabilities. It makes a speciality of staring at and describing common styles of ways the customer pertains to others, how they behave in relationships and the way they see themselves. by way of contemplating how those styles first constructed and the way they are often revised in a extra optimistic course, CAT can inspire swap to take place because the results of fitter relationships. The participants describe in trouble-free phrases how CAT can be utilized with individuals with highbrow disabilities, and supply CAT instruments tailored particularly for this buyer staff. CAT and autism, CAT with individuals with highbrow disabilities in forensic settings and CAT with survivors of family abuse who've highbrow disabilities also are explored intimately.

This is key studying for any clinician wishing to exploit CAT with individuals with highbrow disabilities, together with psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, social staff and help employees, in addition to pros throughout forensic services.

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By Phil Clayton, Julie Lloyd (eds.)

Individuals: Val Crowley, Pamela Mount, Hilary Brown, David Wilberforce, Simon Crowther, Perry Morrison, Steve Potter, Helen Elford, Nicola Murphy, Jo Varela, Michelle Anwyl, Zoe Ball

With numerous case examples and contributions from skilled clinicians, this e-book introduces Cognitive Analytic treatment (CAT) in functional, elementary language, and for the 1st time courses readers on the way to use it with individuals with highbrow disabilities.

CAT is more and more known as an efficient procedure for operating with individuals with highbrow disabilities. It makes a speciality of staring at and describing common styles of ways the customer pertains to others, how they behave in relationships and the way they see themselves. by way of contemplating how those styles first constructed and the way they are often revised in a extra optimistic course, CAT can inspire swap to take place because the results of fitter relationships. The participants describe in trouble-free phrases how CAT can be utilized with individuals with highbrow disabilities, and supply CAT instruments tailored particularly for this buyer staff. CAT and autism, CAT with individuals with highbrow disabilities in forensic settings and CAT with survivors of family abuse who've highbrow disabilities also are explored intimately.

This is key studying for any clinician wishing to exploit CAT with individuals with highbrow disabilities, together with psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, social staff and help employees, in addition to pros throughout forensic services.

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CAT uses Vygotsky’s awareness of how signs are created between us and act as tools that enable advances in mental functioning. Vygotksy was also acutely aware of how advances in mental functioning can only occur if they are within the Zone of Proximal Development for those involved. This refers to the gap between what a person can do with the help of another person but cannot yet do alone. This ‘zone’ is constantly moving forward as the person does for themselves the skill that they could only do earlier with help from another person.

This gives a sense of the person’s sense of self being emotionally hijacked (Goleman 1995) by a particular state; in CAT this is called a self-state. Mapping out the interaction of different states through a sequence of reciprocal roles can help us see where there was a gap in awareness of the procedural details of the loops connecting one state to another. This helps map and understand difficulties associated with what are clinically called ‘personality disorders’ or with the origins and effects of trauma on our emotional sense of self.

4. These are the actions behind the difficult feeling – the words that describe the felt impact of the action, for example, if the action is someone hitting me, I feel scared; if they are loving me tenderly, I feel cherished or held. Mapping out the actions, impact and responses with reciprocal roles helps us progress when talking through how patterns that maintain our present problems have become so ingrained. 33). They need to be understandable – neither too detailed nor tied to one story, but not so general that they seem as if they apply to everything.

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