Advanced Clinical Skills in DBT: Skills for DBT Team Leaders to Promote Team Adherence™
Advanced Clinical Skills in DBT: Skills for DBT Team Leaders to Promote Team Adherence™Course Date:
25 - 26 October 2021Course Level:
2 daysCourse Continuation Date:
A DBT Team Leader is a crucial element towards the success of any programme. Team Leaders must combine skills in leadership, organisational negotiation and enhanced clinical acumen in order to effectively lead their team. The Skills for DBT Team Leaders to Promote Team Adherence training course is a post-Intensive-workshop, which is the only training specifically designed for DBT Team leaders. This is also suitable for those aspiring to develop the skills to take on the role.
The two-day training course will be led by Prof Swales and Dr Dunkley, who have led DBT teams for a combined total of 30 years. They look forward to working with delegates to pass on the skills that they have learnt in how to lead an effective DBT team. All participants will be invited to submit problems for consultation ahead of the workshop.
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).
£600 + VAT Per PersonEarly Bird:
£525 + VAT Per PersonEarly Bird Expiry:
25th July 2021Group Rate:
n/aCommissioned Courses Available:
Yes For Groups 35+
|Level 1: Introduction to DBT: Learn the basic principles of DBT and decide if it is right for you and your clients|
|Level 2: Therapy Essentials: Apply DBT principles and how DBT skills can integrate into your existing practice. You may also choose to offer DBT skills training groups.|
|Level 3: Comprehensive Training in Standard DBT: Implement a full DBT program, based on the original model developed and researched by Dr. Marsha Linehan|
|Level 4: Advanced DBT Training and Adaptations: Learn how to adapt DBT for special populations (e.g., children, adolescents)|