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Cognitive Analytical Therapy

Cognitive analytical therapy is a more recent form of psychotherapy. It is a brief collaborative therapy, looking at the way a person thinks, feels and acts. It identifies the events and relationships that underlie these
experiences (often from childhood or earlier life). It brings together understandings from cognitive psychotherapies such as CBT and from analytical approaches into one integrated user friendly and effective therapy. It is a time limited therapy that is tailored to the person’s individual needs and manageable goals for change.

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