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Dialectical Behaviour Therapy - Part 2

Date: 14 Oct 2022


This workshop structure combines a focus on the more complex aspects of DBT, as well as a chance for clinicians to review some of their own complex cases and look at adherence to the DBT model. The workshop is intended for therapists who are familiar with DBT and may have already attended introductory workshops to this therapy.

Focus of the workshop:

1. Structuring the session
• Targeting & Case Formulation
• Behavioural chain analysis and solution analysis
• Contingency Management
• Stylistic Strategies
2. Managing life-threatening behaviours
3. Monitoring adherence and outcomes
4. Common pitfalls and problems and how to overcome them
5. Complex case review (clinicians will be asked to complete a case formulation prior to
the workshop for discussion throughout the workshop)

About the Trainer

Dr Sian Jeffery is the Coordinator of the DBT programs at Fremantle Mental Health Service (FMHS) since 2009. She was involved in the establishment of the comprehensive year-long DBT program and a 20 week DBT skills group at FMHS. Dr Jeffery has completed intensive DBT training with Behavioral Tech (Marsha Linehan’s research and training organisation), as well as with the Portland DBT Institute. She has been an invited reviewer for journal articles in this area and has provided numerous presentations and workshops on working with borderline personality disorder and DBT around Australia. Dr Jeffery provides regular supervision in DBT and has consulted to a number of public and private services as they established their own DBT programs.

Duration: 9am – 5pm SGT

Venue: Online

Website: Go to event website

Contact: Email Organizer

Brochure: Download

Early Bird Fee: S$345 (Until 31 July!)
Regular fee: S$395

Language: English

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