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DBT In Action: Case-Based Training©

March 15-18, 2017 – DBT In Action: Case-Based Training©

Invited Presenters: Shari Manning, Ph.D. and Kathrine Comtois,  Ph.D., M.P.H.

Co-Hosted by Choices Counseling & Skills Center and Institute for Girls’ Development

Watch Shari Manning explain what this fabulous training has to offer!

Arcadia Community Church
121 East Alice Street, Arcadia, CA 91006
25 CEs

Individual Cost: $1550
Group Cost: $1450 per person (groups of 3 or more)

Available Discounts:
$1350 for individual participants, $1250 per person for groups of 3 or more (Enter Discount Code: PRE2017 at checkout)
End-of-Year Savings:
save $100 per person by using Discount Code: HOLIDAY2017 at checkout before 12/31/2017

Daily breakfast, lunch, beverages, and afternoon snacks are included in the cost of your registration.

DBT in Action: Case Based Training© is for individuals who have been practicing DBT Individual Psychotherapy in the context of a comprehensive program.  This training will build on existing skills and provide opportunities for feedback and consultation designed to increase the capacities necessary for certification in Dialectical Behavior Therapy.   

Participants will follow a client named “Lisa” through Stage 1 DBT.  Participants will function as “Lisa’s” individual therapist and conduct sessions that include pre-treatment, commitment, chain analysis and the interventions that are chosen as part of solution analysis.  Strategies will be identified, coached and strengthened by the trainers and other participants. As some participants conduct DBT individual therapy sessions and/or presenting cases, other participants will identify strategies in individual therapy sessions, looking for what is DBT and what is not, and focus on the provision of effective DBT consultation.

Additionally, participants will bring a case formulation of one DBT individual therapy client to the training for consultation. 

This workshop will include power point slides and handouts, but the vast majority of the training will be interactional: demonstrating and discussing the effective use of DBT’s principles and strategies in individual therapy, consultation team, and skills groups; then having participants practice with coaching and feedback. Taking the DBT practice of participants “to another level” is accomplished by focused, practical, experiential teaching (role-plays, practice exercises) with lots of feedback and discussion; with use of case examples from the instructors and the participants, and the occasional use of a video from the instructors.

Choices Counseling & Skills Center and Institute for Girls’ Development are thrilled to have these dynamic and experienced trainers join us to provide Treatment Implementation Collaborative’s phenomenal training on DBT case conceptualization!

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