Cognitive Analytic Therapy

A form of psychotherapy that combines cognitive therapy's focus on thought patterns with an analytic approach to understanding the relational patterns in a person's life.

If you find yourself trapped in unhelpful patterns of behavior or thinking that seem to repeat across different aspects of your life, Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) could offer you insight and change. CAT helps by identifying these patterns, understanding their origins, and working on ways to interrupt and change them. This approach can be particularly useful if you're dealing with issues related to identity, personal relationships, or chronic mental health conditions.

Our approaches

We offer a wide range of approaches depending on the requests and needs of our clients. We work according to the latest evidence-based approaches, always tailored to suit the unique person in front of them.