September 23-24. 2016 2-Day DBT Workshop, with Eric Gadol, Ph.D. & Martha Golden, Psy.D., cosponsored by TADBiT and UNC SSW
If you have not yet attended a 2-day please consider this event for yourself or if you know of a colleague who might be interested please pass along this information. Thanks so much!
When: September 23-24, 2016 from 8:30 to 4:30 with 1 hour catered lunch and 2 fifteen minute breaks
Where: UNC School of Social Work Auditorium, 325 Pittsboro Street, Chapel Hill, NC Directions and parking
Continuing Education: 12 hours
Fees: Workshop Fee is $400 and $300 (SSW discount). Early bird discount if registered before August 10: $350/ $250 (SSW discount). Online pre-registration
Description: In this workshop, Drs. Golden and Gadol will present the foundational knowledge and skills of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Clients with borderline personality disorder have been known as a challenging population among mental health professionals for decades, and DBT was developed to treat this population. Since this beginning, DBT has been successfully delivered to many other populations, and more clients are benefiting from DBT treatment. Drs. Golden and Gadol will cover the empirical support for the DBT and the core principles of DBT treatment, covering the theoretical understandings of borderline personality disorder, the assumptions and agreements about therapy in DBT, the structure of DBT treatment, and the skills that clients learn in DBT. Participants will learn through a combination of didactic material, role plays, and experiential activities.
- To understand Borderline Personality Disorder DSM-5 criteria as organized by DBT theory
- To understand the functions and modes of DBT treatment
- To understand DBT treatment planning, including stages and targets
- To understand the behavioral principles, behavioral analysis strategies, and change strategies that are used in DBT