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CATT: What Does CATT Look Like In Practice

CATT: What Does CATT Look Like In Practice?

CATT is a specialist trauma therapy that has been developed from the ground up in consultation with young people, and it has a high success rate in  supporting children and adolescents to overcome PTSD and complex PTSD.  But what does it look like in practice? CATT: An Overview CATT, or Children’s Accelerated Trauma Technique, was

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About CATT: What Is It & How Did It Develop?

CATT, or Children’s Accelerated Trauma Technique, is a specialist child trauma therapy. Developed specifically for children and young people from 4 years of age upwards, CATT speaks to young people’s intrinsic communicative techniques of play and creativity. It enables children and young people to give a voice to their PTSD and complex trauma memories in

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