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Cognitive Analytic Therapy for Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse: Approaches to Treatment and Case Management

ISBN: 978-0-470-84821-0
336 pages
November 2002
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This book considers the aftermath of childhood sexual abuse within the conceptual framework of Cognitive Analytic Therapy, and presents a model for treatment.
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List of Figures and Tables.

About the Author.

List of Contributors.

Foreword by Anthony Ryle.

Preface.

Acknowledgements.

PART I: CAT REFORMULATION OF TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCES IN CHILDHOOD.

Conceptualising the Developmental Outcomes of Abuse.

The Language and Practice of CAT: Assessment and Treatment Procedures.

CAT and the Multiple Self-States Model of Trauma.

Psychological Models and Therapies for Traumatic Experiences.

PART II: CAT PRACTICE AND ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE MODEL.

Adult Pychological Problems and Abuse.

A Case of Borderline Personality Disorder.

A Case of Dissociative Identity Disorder.

Forensic Romances and Violence in the Therapy Room: The Challenge of the Abuse-to-Abuser Dimension.

Group Work with Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse.

Group CAT for People with a History of Sexual Victimisation.

PART III: CLINICAL ISSUES IN APPLYING CAT.

Clinical Outcomes in the Application of CAT for Adult Survivors.

The Personality Structure Questionnaire: A Measure of Identity Integration in CAT.

An Independent Commentary on CAT for Adult Survivors of Abuse.

Appendix 1: The CAT Psychotherapy File, States Grid and Dissociation Questionnaire.

References.

Index.


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"..an essential resource for CAT practitioners.." (Mental Health Today, March 2002) 

"…I think the book is likely to be of interest to many clinicians…" (Sexual & Relationship Therapy, Vol.17, No.4, 2002)

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