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Anthony Ryle qualified in medicine in 1949. He worked as a General Practitioner in North London and later worked as a psychotherapist in St. Thomas' Hospital, London. While in general practice he realised that a lot of his patients were presenting with psychological problems or distress, which he confirmed by epidemiological studies. He developed interest in psychotherapy and later developed a time limited therapy which can be offered in the National Health Service. This type of therapy is known as cognitive analytic therapy.