Presented by Julie Orris, Psy. D. and Jasmine Jenkins, Ph.D.
Treatment Implementation Collaborative, LLC (www.ticllc.org)
June 6th, 14th, and 20th
(Must attend all 3 days to receive CEs)
Unravel the ABCs of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) in our engaging and interactive 3-day training. Immerse yourself in the skills and knowledge of DBT to transform the lives of those struggling with emotional and behavioral challenges. DBT weaves together cognitive-behavioral techniques, mindfulness practices, and emotions regulation strategies that lead to a cultivation of emotional resilience, personal growth, and healthier relationships for both yourself and your clients.
This training is a part of the “Recognizing the Unsung Heroes” conference hosted by OMID Multicultural Institute for Development and is open to all nonprofit organizations who provide direct mental health services to the underserved community in South Orange County. See you there!
OMID Multicultural Institute for Development is a non-profit organization bridges affordable, culturally and linguistically responsive mental health services to the underserved and underprivileged population of Orange County in 6 languages. Please visit our website for more information about our full conference: www.omidinstitute.org/conference
This training is presented in partnership with the Treatment Implementation Collaborative, LLC (TIC). TIC offers training and consultation in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) with some of the most highly qualified experts in the world. Their mission is to disseminate behaviorally-oriented, evidence-based treatments and programs, across all ages, settings and levels of care, utilizing the fundamentals of implementation science.
Event Held In-Person Through Live Webinar
This event is free to attend and $10.00 for a continuing education certificate
When attended in full, this program offers 19.5 CEs for Psychologists, 19.5 IL CEUs for Counselors and Social Workers, or 19.5 CA BBS CEUs for Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage and Family Therapists3-
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) (Linehan, 1993) is a comprehensive treatment that balances principles of acceptance (mindfulness) and change (behaviorism). It is a systematic cognitive- behavioral approach to working with individuals with severe dysfunctional behaviors, especially those with chronic patterns of emotion dsyregulation and suicidal behavior. DBT has been applied to a wide array of populations including children and adolescents. Over 60 randomized controlled trials and over 100 nonrandomized trials support its use to target suicidality, treatment drop out, hospitalization, emotion dysregulation, behavioral dyscontrol, substance use disorders, eating disorders, treatment resistant depression in the elderly, and its application with highly dysregulated couples and families.
The focus of this program will be on describing the principles and strategies of DBT and providing a shared knowledge of who does what in DBT, how each of the modes of the treatment work together and how providers use the strategies in DBT to help clients change their behaviors andcreate lives worth living.
This training is presented by the Treatment Implementation Collaborative, LLC (TIC). TIC offers training and consultation in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) with some of the most highly qualified experts in the world. Their mission is to disseminate behaviorally-oriented, evidence-based treatments and programs, across all ages, settings and levels of care, utilizing the fundamentals of implementation science.