Learning to swim in the ever-changing ocean of experience, 2014

James Low, 7 August 2014 Written for CAT [Cognitive Analytic Therapy] Trainees. Download PDF  For change to be fundamental it has to address the foundation, the ground, the basis, the source.  For it to be radical it has to identify the radix, the root.  Only when the root of experience is firmly planted in the ground of spacious presence can healthy […]

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Who is talking to whom? London, 2011

A talk given to psychotherapy trainees in London, 15 November 2011 Edited by James Low Download as PDF Transcribed by Amanda Lebus Excerpt There are two interweaving topics to consider here.  The first is the nature of subjectivity from the point of view of CAT (Cognitive Analytic Therapy), and the second is the impact of mindfulness on our subjectivity.

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Cognitive analytic therapy. Article, 2006

Handbook of counselling and psychotherapy. 2nd ed. London: Sage Publications, 2006. ISBN 1-4129-0275-4 Part 5, p. 317 – 322 Download as PDF Extract: Cognitive Analytic Therapy (widely known as CAT) was developed by Anthony Ryle in the 1980s while he was Consultant Psychotherapist at the United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London. This approach […]

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