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(PHP 4202) Advanced Clinical Skills in DBT: DBT Problem-Solving 09-10 November 2017 CHESTER


Event Name:

(PHP 4202) Advanced Clinical Skills in DBT: DBT Problem-Solving 09-10 November 2017 CHESTER

Event Location


Starting on:

Thursday 09 November, 2017

Ending on:

Friday 10 November, 2017

Course Description

This course can be undertaken on its own, or as part of a core module (20 credits) towards your Post Gradate Diploma in DBT. 

If you have previously undertaken your Post Graduate Certificate in DBT, you will receive a 10% reduction in cost to assist you in your steps towards continuous development. 

At the heart of the change strategies in DBT is problem-solving.  Skilled DBT therapists succinctly analyse target behaviours, identify controlling variables and develop comprehensive solution analyses that move clients’ towards more functional behaviours. This post-intensive workshop, developed by Drs Heard & Swales and closely linked to their new book published by Guilford Press, focuses on identifying and solving the most common problems therapists encounter both in accurately conceptualising and practically conducting comprehensive and effective behavioural and solution analyses in DBT.  This workshop is ideal for therapists wishing to improve their problem-solving skills and ensure good quality clinical outcomes.This workshop will count towards DBT teaching hours from recognised DBT trainers for those therapists interested in accreditation as a DBT therapist with the Society for DBT in the UK and Ireland


  • Member of a DBT Team applying comprehensive DBT.
  • Completed 10 day Intensive Level Training.

(Applicants who have attended the 5 day Foundational Training, or are members of a DBT Team without a comprehensive programme will be considered on a case-by-case basis).

  • Participants should come with a prepared behavioural and solution analysis for a client’s target behaviour.



Price: £600 (plus VAT)


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**Registration Deadline 24 October 2017**


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