Cognitive Analytic Therapy and Systemic Therapies
Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) and Systemic Therapies can be used to help you to get a better understanding of your relationships, including patterns that you might find yourself getting into. This includes looking at past relationships which may have led you to develop a certain relationship style that may be causing you problems now. It also helps you to understand how your past relationships might be impacting on your current relationships with partners, family, friends or relationships at work, like your boss or other colleagues. We often learn a lot from our early relationships and this can shape how we view ourselves, how expect to be treated by others, and what we think is acceptable behaviour in a relationship.
CAT and Systemic Therapies are effective at treating a wide range of problems including: relationship difficulties, work-related stress, depression, low self-esteem, anxiety, anger issues and personality disorders, amongst many other problems that may be rooted in your relationships.
Integrative therapy combines different therapy approaches to fit you. The Integrative model is flexible and draws from different schools of theory and research. Integrative therapy allows the therapist and you to create a bespoke treatment plan which draws on different approaches to meet your needs.
If you are interested in finding out more about Cognitive Analytic Therapy or Integrative Therapy please contact us for a free initial telephone consultation. This includes our online therapy service.