Profoundly invalidating environments
Self-injurous and suicidal behaviors take first priority, followed by therapy interfering behaviors.
Then, there are quality of life issues and finally working towards improving one’s life generally.
Part I (3 Days) click here Part II (3 Days) click here ~ Early Bird Deadline is 6/20/2019 for registration to Parts I and II ~ 10-Day Comprehensive Training in DBT Brochure (includes registration form) Part I: Sept 11th – 13th, Part II: Oct 30th – Nov 1st, Part III: Jan 16-17th, Part IV: March 19-20th **Postdoctoral fellows/psych assistants qualify for 15% discount off NPA Member/Non-Member rates. Both Parts I and II will be held at Clark County Wetlands Park, in the auditorium, located at 7050 E. Ample parking is available in parking structure to the left of the building.
The course consists of 10 days of training in four parts, over six months, providing up to 60 CE credits.
This comprehensive DBT training will address all 5 components of DBT and help you to develop a DBT program in your work setting.
This comprehensive DBT training will address all 5 components of DBT, and help you to develop a DBT program in your work setting. Fruzzetti is the program director of the 3East Boys Intensive Program and the director of Family Services for 3East Continuum at Mc Lean Hospital at Harvard Medical School.
Participants should come as a team (ideally 3 or more people) or come as a “single” but have an existing DBT team to work on/return to. He has adapted and implemented dialectical behavior therapy for underserved populations, and developed many successful DBT programs for people with borderline personality disorder and other problems with emotion regulation. Fruzzetti’s CV In the first part of this DBT comprehensive training, participants will: Understand the transactional model for the development of emotional dysregulation and associated psychopathology.