How To Run a DBT* skills Group
November 4 : 8:00 am - 5:00 pm| £130
You don’t need to be a DBT therapist to use the skills. DBT has a rich and varied set of skills we can teach directly to clients.
This is a practical one day course for those wanting to know more about DBT and how to incorporate skills training groups into their practice. The day combines an overview of the content of the four DBT Skills modules:
- Crisis Survival
- Emotion Regulation
- Interpersonal Skills
The evidence shows skills training alone can be highly effective, even for people with severe problems. The course will show the basic principles of how to run a skills group or individual skills training, with case discussion and practical demonstrations of running a group.
What you will learn
- The basic content of the skills taught in DBT and how to use them in your own therapy
- The three principles of skills training
- How to set up and run a skills group
- How to incorporate skills training into individual therapy
Dr Fiona Kennedy is a DBT trainer and more. She has a knack of making complex concepts accessible and clear and is know for engaging the audience and encouraging participation. She developed and ran a DBT service for people with BPD and severe self harm/suicide, which received an award from BUPA and a mention in the UK government’s document “Safer Patient Services” 2005. She is involved in research and works voluntarily in India teaching DBT skills to Indian volunteers working with severely disadvantaged children.
Live webinar, with interactive opportunities to ask questions, make comments and give feedback to exercises, with responses from the speaker. Available to view again up to six weeks after the event