Elizabeth Wilde McCormick
The evening will look at the contribution of Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) to disorders of mood such as anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder. CAT was pioneered by Dr Anthony Ryle in the 1980’s at Guy’s and Thomas’ hospitals in London and is a therapy offered throughout the UK and in eight other countries. The model offers patients presenting with a wide range of difficulty a way of making sense of their learned responses. The emphasis is on a collaborative approach to change and to learning ways to manage shifts in mood. There will be an overview of the model and research, and an invitation for some live supervision and mapmaking. Please bring someone you would like to discuss.
Elizabeth Wilde McCormick has worked as a psychotherapist, supervisor, trainer and writer for nearly 40 years. Her professional background is in Transpersonal and Humanistic psychology; Mindfulness based stress reduction; Sensorimotor psychotherapy and Cognitive Analytic Therapy. She is the author of a number of books including Surviving Breakdown, Living on the edge, Your Heart and You and Change For The better, the CAT self-help book now in its fifth edition.
About the Speaker
Elizabeth Wilde McCormick has been practicing as a psychotherapist for over 30 years in both private and NHS settings. Her background is in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology, Social Psychiatry, Cognitive Analytic Therapy, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction.