Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Making it Work in Our Communities
 

LifeWork, in collaboration with the Missouri Department of Mental Health, will offer Doing Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT): Making It Work in Our Communities. This training will be held over four morning sessions from 8:45 a.m. to 12 noon on the following dates: Thurs. and Fri., May 5 and 6 and Thurs. and Fri., May 12 and 13, 2022. 
 

*Please fill out the form below to pay for this training. Also, please remember to register on the dbtmo.org website as certificates will be provided there.

About the Training

Originally developed for the treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder in an outpatient setting, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) has now shown effectiveness in 30 Random Controlled Trails (RCT’s) across additional contexts, for increased populations, and at substantial cost savings to communities over “treatment as usual”. Research and clinical success has resulted in an explosion in the popularity of this treatment.

Informal adaptations to the DBT model have also proliferated as agencies with limited funding for formal training and staffing respond to competing demands to provide high quality treatment and to serve a large population. Concerns about the effectiveness of these simplified adaptations have become an important issue to consumer groups and to those who fund this service. 

This training will provide an overview of the model for comprehensive DBT. It will include information about the treatment’s history and theoretical base, as well as its evidence base in random-controlled trials. Participants will also learn about the development of severe mood and behavioral issues and the diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder. Additionally, this training will cover the fundamentals of individual treatment and skills group, the skills taught in DBT, the basics of behavior chain analysis, the role of mindfulness concepts in the treatment and the consultation team as a component of the DBT model.

 

Who should attend?

 

This training is open to providers of all training levels in mental health settings. Certificates of attendance will be provided for those who attend the full training. 

 

Information on Presenters
 

Jeff Brenneman, MSW, LCSW, DBT-Linehan Board of Certification, Certified Clinician™, is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of LifeWork, LLC, a counseling and education agency with offices in St. Louis and St. Peters, MO that specializes in providing DBT.  He has been doing comprehensive DBT since 2008.  He has experience providing DBT services in CMHC and private sector settings.  He has consulted with schools, hospitals, doctors, and other mental health settings surrounding implementation or adaptation of DBT. As a Linehan Board of Certification Certified Clinician, he has met the most rigorous standards for adherent provision of DBT available.

Gregory Rieger, MSW, LCSW, DBT-Linehan Board of Certification, Certified Clinician™, is Clinical Director of LifeWork, LLC. He has experience providing DBT services in CMHC and private settings. He has worked with adolescents and adults. Greg has also developed many trainings for various settings, including schools, businesses, and the community at large.

 

Registration Information

 

This training is offered by Lifework, LLC in collaboration with the Missouri Department of Mental Health.  This training will be held virtually on Zoom. 

Pricing and Scholarships

Early-bird professional registration before April 15: $225
Professional registrations completed after April 15: $250
Early-bird student registration before April 15: $175
Student registration completed after April 15: $200 


LifeWork is offering a limited number of scholarships to therapists of color who individually register. For student rates and scholarship opportunities please contact training@lifeworkstl.comA certificate for 12 CEUs will be provided after the training is completed.

LifeWork, LLC
2055 Craigshire Rd., Suite 120
St. Louis, MO 63146


Please feel free to reach out to LifeWork at training@lifeworkstl.com with any questions.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Making It Work in Our Communities

 

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