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Spring DBT Training for Healthcare Workers & Students (virtual)

Spring DBT Training for Healthcare Workers & Students (virtual)

DBT HOUSE provides virtual Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Skills Training to mental health clinicians and students who wish to learn experientially by undergoing DBT Group Therapy.

The trainings cover the core DBT skills of Mindfulness, Emotion Regulation, Distress Tolerance and Interpersonal Effectiveness outlined in the DBT Skills Handouts and Worksheets: Second Edition by Marsha M. Linehan.

We are currently recruiting for the following upcoming groups:

Abbreviated DBT Skills Training - 11 sessions

Choose from the following 2 start dates:

Thursday afternoons: April 24 - June 30, 2022 | 12-2pm EST

OR

Friday afternoons: May 6 - July 15, 2022 | 12-2pm EST

*Both include 2hr DBT Orientation & Mindfulness Seminar:
Sun Apr. 24 OR May 15, 5-7pm ET






Intensive DBT Skills Training
18 sessions & Monthly Mindfulness

Wednesday Evenings: May 4 - Aug. 24, 2022 | 6-8pm EST

*Includes 2hr DBT Orientation & Mindfulness Seminar:
Sun Apr. 24 OR May 15, 5-7pm ET


Ontario residents may be eligible to submit cost of sessions to their insurance provider for reimbursement.

Student and group rates provided.

*Limited spots available* Max. group size is 10 participants.

Participants may join from any location.

Visit www.dbthouse.com for more information and to register.
Contact info@dbthouse.com or call 647-490-0406 for inquiries.

Click here to read about more upcoming DBT trainings

Not sure if you want to commit the time? Attend our 2-hr DBT Orientation & Mindfulness Seminar to check out what DBT is all about!



What is DBT?

DBT is a skills-based therapy where the general goal is to "learn how to change your own behaviours, emotions, and thoughts that are linked to problems in living" (Linehan, M., 2015). DBT sets out to solve these problems in living by providing a set of acceptance and change-based skills aimed at increasing awareness of the present moment (Mindfulness); tolerating distress and accepting reality (Distress Tolerance); understanding and regulating emotions (Emotion Regulation); and improving interpersonal communication (Interpersonal Effectiveness).

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