Basics of DBT for Clinicians and Coaches (Lecture-Style Seminar) (Self-Study)
Did you know that of all the 500 different treatment modalities in mental health, barely 30 of them are evidenced-based? And of all the evidence-based practices, DBT is one of the most effective ones?
Regardless of your orientation, having the basics of DBT can enhance your practice to a level you may not have expected. Are you a clinician who would like just that for the sake of your clients and for the sake of your own growth and satisfaction? If so, please join us and learn the basics of DBT. While this is part of a DBT series, this first seminar will give you an edge on its own that makes the time invested worth it. Please join us and meet the below learning objectives.
This seminar is part of a weekly lecture-style series. If you are licensed in New York as a psychologist, social worker, or mental health counselor, you will be able to earn 1 CEU from each lecture-style seminar.
This series is also open for all other health professionals of any level or field throughout the United States and abroad.
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What you’ll learn
At the end of this online seminar, you will have:
- Learned the concept of differentiation between your clients’ emotions and behaviors, and help them implement this in their day-to-day lives
- Identified the 4 modules of DBT and learned how each one of them can contribute tremendously to your clients
- Learned the goals of DBT and the secrets to implementing aspects of these goals in your practice, regardless of your level of knowledge of DBT
Who is this for?
This course is for any clinician invested in learning new or honing existing skills to be able to use in dynamic ways to support their patients and clients and to end suffering.
This course is eligible for 1 CEU for Licensed Social Workers, Licensed Mental Health Counselors, Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselors (CASACs), and Psychologists in New York State
For more information about CEU approval, please click here.
Format: Self-Study Online Seminar
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Here's what attendees have been saying about SWEET seminars:
"It provided some important information to incorporate into your practice. [I have] a better understanding of how mindfulness can be used in the clinical setting." - Michele, LMSW
"Takes the mystery away from DBT and provides techniques and skills." - Betty, LMHC
"It was very informative with practical tools. I liked the concept of giving clients themes of the hour to help re-focus their thinking." - Michelle, LCSW
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Your Facilitator and Co-Facilitator
Mardoche Sidor, MD, is a Harvard-trained Quadruple Board Certified Psychiatrist, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University, School of Physicians and Surgeons, trained in and taught all major psychotherapeutic modalities, including and not limited to CBT, DBT, Family Systems, and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. He is also the author of 11 books including Journey to Empowerment, Discovering Your Worth, The Power of Faith. and, The Art of Living. Dr. Sidor has worked both as a primary care physician and Medical Director in three different settings, including a Chief Medical Officer of the Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (CASES). He is a main facilitator for the SWEET Institute. His 11th book, entitled, NLP for Clinicians is now available to the public.
Karen Dubin, PhD, LCSW, is a Columbia-trained Social Worker with wide clinical, teaching, and supervision experience. She also has a background in management, mentorship, and leadership that spans more than 20 years. Her added passion is in advocacy and coaching. She has previously held Executive level positions, and two other directorships in different organizations. She is currently Adjunct Faculty at Columbia University School of Social Work and Adelphi University School of Social Work. She also maintains a private practice, provides supervision, and clinical and management training. She is also a personal and executive-level coach. She is a main facilitator for the SWEET Institute.