On Demand: Foundational Skills from DBT: Interpersonal Effectivness

About this Resource:

As caring and competent providers, you realize the importance of having readily available tools to share with your clients whether you are meeting for the 1st or the 15th time. Few evidence based practices offer relevant and accessible skills for decreasing distress, or the vulnerability to distress, like Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).  Although not a comprehensive DBT course, this 4 module seminar provides a snapshot of some of the foundational skills of DBT. Learn how you can integrate DBT-informed skills into your work with clients from a trauma psychologist trained in DBT approaches.

Week 4: Learn skills for setting boundaries, practicing assertiveness and advocating for clients' needs 

    • Differentiate characteristics of healthy vs unhealthy relationships

    • Identify strategies to help clients clarify goals and objectives in interpersonal situations


For access to all resources from this series, please visit our DBT resource page here.

May 28, 2024
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