Facilitator: Lyndsey Davies, MSW, RSW
SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health Learning Institute
This Training is Suitable for: Clinicians who have some prior knowledge of basic DBT theory/skills, and who are interested in furthering their ability to use DBT in individual therapy sessions.
Description: In this experiential workshop, participants will learn how to conceptualize clients’ difficulties, utilizing a DBT case formulation approach. They will also learn how to conduct both behavioural and solution analyses for problematic behaviours.
Working with people with multiple, complex problems can lead you to feeling discouraged and frustrated. Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based treatment that offers a compassionate way of understanding and addressing the difficulties these, often high risk, clients experience.
In this experiential workshop, you will learn how to conceptualize clients’ difficulties utilizing a DBT case formulation approach. You will also learn how to conduct both behavioural and solution analyses for problematic behaviours.
You will learn to:
Develop a DBT case formulation
Conduct a behavioural analysis and solution analysis of problematic behaviours
Reduce personal burn-out
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About the Facilitator:
Lyndsey Davies MSW, RSW has been working at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health since 1999 in the areas of both addictions and mental health and has provided numerous trainings and workshops in the areas of substance use and mental health issues. Lyndsey is a Therapist in the Borderline Personality Disorder Clinic and an Adjunct Lecturer in the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto.
She also has a private practice working with individuals with BPD. At CAMH, she is both an individual therapist and skills group facilitator, utilizing Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, in a comprehensive DBT program and a 20 week skills group. In addition, she offers supervision to other staff members and students.