Catastrophia: To be distracted by a cat and lose the thread of an utterly brilliant, perhaps visionary piece of thinking and / or accompanying poetic sensibility. Only a cat can do this. Closely related to Coleridge’s ‘Person from Porlock’.
by Tom Tomaszewski, BA (Hons), Grad Cert (Group Analysis), PGCE, PGDip (Psychotherapy Studies), MClinSci, UKCP
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Tom Tomaszewski: Psychotherapist and Writer