Is DBT Right for You and Your Clients?

November 16 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

ONLINE ONLY | REGISTRATION REQUIRED | 3 CE HOURS AVAILABLE FOR A FEE

About the Workshop

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based treatment that has drastically changed the landscape of how psychotherapy is delivered. Originally developed to treat chronically suicidal individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder, DBT has since been adapted for various populations and numerous complex diagnoses. This workshop, led by John Fredrickson, LCSW-R, LIMHP, CMSW (bio) is an introduction to what DBT is, how DBT works, and to help attendees identify if further training in DBT is the right fit for themselves and their clients. As DBT is a complex treatment with multiple components, it is not expected that attendees will gain full competence to deliver DBT, but rather will gain the necessary knowledge to determine if DBT may be a good fit for their practice and to seek out further training.

For more information, including full presenter bio and workshop learning objectives, please see the registration page.

Questions?
Please see the registration page for all event information, including how to access the webinar and CE details. You can contact the Office of Professional Excellence with any remaining questions at swope@columbia.edu. Interested in attending other upcoming continuing education workshops? Click here.