Cognitive Analytic Therapy

Lee Crothers is the founder of In Dialogue and one of the first clinicians in Australia to become a practitioner of Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT). Lee has gone on to supervise and teach people in this psychotherapy through Orygen, National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health and In Dialogue. An ANZACAT approved practitioner and supervisor, Lee is part of the executive of ANZACAT (Australian and New Zealand Association of Cognitive Analytic Therapy). Read more

Training, workshops and learning

Lee is an experienced trainer and has developed and facilitated numerous mental health training programs in both Cognitive Analytic Therapy and early intervention in youth mental health. Lee’s roles have included guest lecturing at La Trobe University on mental health in Occupational Therapy, consulting to RMIT counselling service, speaking at high schools around mental health and facilitating a support group for family/friends of people with BPD through MIND. Read more

Group consultation and supervision

Lee brings her skills and experience in secondary consultation and group work to her work teaching CAT in team consultation and group supervision. Lee wants to help teams see the “big picture” through a consultative, informed and practical approach that assists in teams feel more able to work together effectively using individuals skills. Lee provides individual and group supervision in Cognitive Analytic Therapy, as well as individual clinical supervision. Read more

Cognitive Analytic Therapy

Lee Crothers is the founder of In Dialogue and one of the first clinicians in Australia to become a practitioner of Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT). Lee has gone on to supervise and teach people in this psychotherapy through Orygen, National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health and In Dialogue. An ANZACAT approved practitioner and supervisor, Lee is part of the executive of ANZACAT (Australian and New Zealand Association of Cognitive Analytic Therapy). Read more

Training, workshops and learning

Lee is an experienced trainer and has developed and facilitated numerous mental health training programs in both Cognitive Analytic Therapy and early intervention in youth mental health. Lee’s roles have included guest lecturing at La Trobe University on mental health in Occupational Therapy, consulting to RMIT counselling service, speaking at high schools around mental health and facilitating a support group for family/friends of people with BPD through MIND. Read more

Group consultation and supervision

Lee brings her skills and experience in secondary consultation and group work to her work teaching CAT in team consultation and group supervision. Lee wants to help teams see the “big picture” through a consultative, informed and practical approach that assists in teams feel more able to work together effectively using individuals skills. Lee provides individual and group supervision in Cognitive Analytic Therapy, as well as individual clinical supervision. Read more