Illustrations - Now in Color!
Our C.A.T.-A Illustrations are now
available in vibrant colors, making it
easier and quicker for young children to
in South Africa, S. Korea, Italy and
C.A.T. - A Color Testimonies
"I like the C.A.T. -A in color,
because I apply psychodynamic
interpretation to examinee responses.
I use it in various situations. I plan
to continue using the CPS projective
tools with examinees who (a) are
likely to have emotional problems and
(b) are reticent to articulate." - Dr.
D, Psy.D., Claremont, CA
"The addition of color to the
C.A.T.-A provides a useful update to this
important test. The use of color
should promote greater engagement of
children in the assessment. In
addition, including color in the test
stimuli has the potential to open up avenues
for analysis of structural features of
examinees' responses." - Marc
J. Diener, Ph.D., Ass't Professor -
Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program
Long Island University - CW Post Campus
CAT can be used effectively by forensic
psychologists for custody cases and
for criminal cases such as in sexual
abuse." - Dr Andrea Birdsall,
C.P.S. is interested in finding researchers or doctoral students
interested in doing "empirical research",
as a basis for "empirically based therapy"
on the CAT series. All interested, please email us.
HERE for a new publication "Object
Assessment Using the C.A.T." - A Comparative Study
You can have your choice - Order
a USB drive or DVD with or
without the CAT! - The USB drive or
DVD will be placed in a plastic
sleeve, (as seen in the picture)
that is held down with strong velcro
stripes, ready for shipment!
C.P.S. now offers a revolutionary
approach to the use of the C.A.T!
This wonderful film on
autism depicts not only the director's
life with her autistic teen, but the
lives of three other single parents
with autistic teenagers. All of these
mothers are asked to choose from the
CAT, which of the cards depict their
lives most accurately.
With the use of the combination of the
Children's Apperception Test, and the
DVD on Autism, The
Kangaroo Complex (the name of
the film is based on picture card #4
of the CAT-A), itís clear both
products can be used simultaneously to
help parents form a bond between
themselves in group settings or
individual therapy. The film is an
educators, child psychologists, child
psychiatrists, social workers, school