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Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) is an individual therapy that helps you understand your relationship with yourself and your relationship with other people.
The main idea in CAT is that our past experiences affect the kind of person we become. Sometimes we think or act in ways that seem helpful at the time, but end up keeping problems going or making them worse.
Your therapist will write you a letter, and draw a diagram with you, to help you understand yourself better.
CAT can help you find ‘exits’ or different ways of doing things.