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Doing Individual DBT Sessions: A Step-by-Step Two Day Workshop 27-28 June 2019
Thursday, 27 June 2019
Friday, 28 June 2019
For further information please call British isles DBT Training on 0800 056 8328.
Doing Individual DBT: A Step-by-Step Two Day Workshop is intended to bring to life these problem-solving strategies at the heart of the individual DBT session. We’ll be helping delegates deepen their existing knowledge of the steps in carrying out chain analysis through a mix of teaching, modeling, role-plays, and advance written homework. We’ll also be devoting time to putting each of the four change strategies in DBT into practice with an emphasis on maximizing the impact of each DBT session. Throughout the workshop we’ll be weaving in discussion and examples of the threads which hold the DBT individual therapy session together, namely validation (i.e. helping to show clients how their experiences and behaviours make sense) and dialectics (i.e. helping clients become flexible in their responses and become aware of multiple view-points in any given situation). We’ll also be paying attention to the communication strategies that serve as the engine which keeps DBT sessions moving - the movement between irreverence and being reciprocal - while showing delegates how to benchmark the sequence and structure of a typical DBT session.
Delegates must currently be delivering individual DBT therapy sessions in a fully comprehensive DBT programme which includes all modes of DBT: skills training group, individual DBT therapy, between-session coaching, and therapist consultation meetings.
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