Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Basics and Skills are 2 separate workshops, each 3 hours. Take both for a discounted rate.
Presented by Julia Harris, LPC, CPCS
Saturday February 10, 2024
10am - 1:30pm
3 CORE Hours
LPCA CE Approval #2023-09-06-657LW
Saturday April 27, 2024
10am - 1:30pm
LPCA CE Approval #2023-09-06-660LW
DBT Basics - February 10, 2024 3 hours
A DBT basics workshop for mental health therapists working with clients struggling with thoughts of suicide, self-harming behaviors, emotion dysregulation, high anxiety, impulsivity, severe depression, trauma, borderline personality disorder, and/or multiple treatment goals. Learn more about how DBT counseling and DBT skills groups can help your clients reach their counseling goals. This training will cover the fundamental framework and basic strategies of DBT. You’ll learn what DBT is, who it helps, the basic framework from which it’s practiced, the components of DBT counseling, and basic skills from each module. This is a great CE for new therapists looking to add to their therapy toolkit, therapists interested in learning more about DBT, or seasoned therapists who need a refresher!
Identify fundamental of DBT: what DBT is, who it helps, and basic framework
Identify the 4 components of DBT counseling
Identify 4 modules of DBT and basic skills from each module
DBT Skills - April 27, 2024 3 hours
A DBT skills workshop for mental health therapists who want to provide effective coping strategies to their clients. This training will cover DBT skills including emotion regulation, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and mindfulness skills. You’ll learn valuable skills to teach your clients to manage crisis, foster healthy relationships, cope with painful emotions, and regulate emotions. This is a great CE for new therapists looking to add to their therapy toolkit, therapists interested in learning more about DBT skills, or seasoned therapists who need a refresher! While the Basics course is a broad overview of what DBT is, this workshop will focus specifically on building skills to deliver this modality to clients.
Learn and be able to apply emotion regulation skills, distress tolerance skills, interpersonal effectiveness skills, and mindfulness skills
Understand which type of DBT skill is effective for a particular situation
Understand benefits of DBT skills and their use with clients
About the Presenter:
Julia Harris, LPC is a Mercer University Clinical Mental Health Counseling alumnus. She has been trained in Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicide (CAMS), and Counseling on Access to Lethal Means (CALM).She is intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and has been practicing DBT since 2015. She has training in Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Julia has extensive experience in treating adults & adolescents with suicidality in her private practice in Roswell, GA. She is also a CPCS supervisor in Georgia.
Continuing Education Credit:
3 CORE Hours live webinar (synchronous) have been approved by the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia
DBT Basics #2023-09-06-657LW
DBT Skills #2023-09-06-660LW