The Great Lakes MHTTC offers this series for behavioral health providers in HHS Region 5: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, and WI.
The final module in a seven-part series on DBT
DBT: Adolescent Adaption Part II will continue to demonstrate how to adapt the DBT model to an adolescent population. Both Parts I and II will cover the inclusion of caregivers and applying biosocial theory to adolescents and their families.
Participants will learn:
-The basic components of Adolescent DBT and how it differs from regular DBT
-How to orient adolescent clients and caregivers to treatment
-How to run a multi-family skills training group
-The new Walking the Middle Path skills module and other skills additions to Adolescent DBT
-How to run a stage 2 graduate group.
Henry Boeh is a certified DBT clinician through the DBT-Linehan Board of Certification (DBT-LBC), and a licensed psychologist. He works with both adult and adolescent clients and is the team leader of the Center for Behavioral Medicine Adolescent DBT Program, which is a certified DBT program through the DBT-LBC. Henry is passionate about delivering adherent and comprehensive DBT treatment, and teaching others to do the same.