Cognitive Analytic Therapy
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Cognitive Analytic Therapy

Cognitive analytic therapy (CAT) is a very active type of therapy in which you, as an individual, ultimately have control.

As the name suggests, analytical and cognitive elements make up cognitive analytic therapy. Analytic therapy involves asking questions about past experiences and events that might be connected to the problems you are currently facing. The therapist's objective is to assist you in comprehending why things that happened in the past may have gone wrong and how they are affecting you today.

After helping you understand the implications of such experiences, your therapist will look at how you currently deal with the problem. As a result of this collaborative effort, you must be honest with your therapist about what works and what doesn't so that you can devise a strategy that works for you.