By Phil Clayton, Julie Lloyd (eds.)
Members: 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 quite a few case examples and contributions from skilled clinicians, this booklet introduces Cognitive Analytic remedy (CAT) in sensible, elementary language, and for the 1st time courses readers on how one can use it with individuals with highbrow disabilities.
CAT is more and more recognized as a good process for operating with individuals with highbrow disabilities. It makes a speciality of watching and describing standard styles of the way the buyer pertains to others, how they behave in relationships and the way they see themselves. by means of contemplating how those styles first constructed and the way they are often revised in a extra confident course, CAT can motivate swap to ensue because the results of more fit relationships. The individuals describe in elementary phrases how CAT can be used with individuals with highbrow disabilities, and supply CAT instruments tailored in particular for this consumer workforce. CAT and autism, CAT with individuals with highbrow disabilities in forensic settings and CAT with survivors of household abuse who've highbrow disabilities also are explored intimately.
This is vital interpreting for any clinician wishing to exploit CAT with individuals with highbrow disabilities, together with psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, social staff and aid employees, in addition to pros throughout forensic services.
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Chapter 13 raises an issue that is rarely referred to in the case histories of people with intellectual disabilities who end up in specialist forensic services; that many have a history of domestic violence. Michelle Anwyl and Pamela Mount consider the relationship between domestic violence as an often-ignored history and subsequent offending from a CAT perspective. Chapter 14, by Philip Clayton and Simon Crowther, looks at the development of a CAT therapeutic Introduction community for detained offenders with personality disorders and intellectual disabilities, and describes the impact on patients and staff of relational perspectives within the ward.
This may take at least a quarter of the agreed sessions. Assessment can be complicated as there can be many issues to deal with, such as what the staff team see as the problem in addition to the client’s view and how the client experiences the therapeutic relationship. Although many clients may be used to helping relationships, these may include the parental roles found in many support and nursing roles. One of the most useful tools for the reformulation phase is the Six Part Story Method, and we also use adapted versions of the Psychotherapy File, which are described later in this book.
Describe the story from the point of view of each of the objects in it. What would you call the story? Is any of this story familiar to you in your life? Which character or element in it is most like you? What does it teach us? Answers can help us understand our client’s beliefs, affect, social aims, imagination, cognition and physical sense of themselves. From this we may get information to develop a map of their main reciprocal role procedures. Draw on your emotions and draw on your relationships5 Again this is not an adaptation, but again these two books have become firm favourites in helping therapists depict relational difficulties in a vivid, clear and descriptive format.
Cognitive Analytic Therapy for People with Intellectual Disabilities and their Carers by Phil Clayton, Julie Lloyd (eds.)