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When the Crisis is Addiction: DBT Skills for Managing Addictions

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When the Crisis is Addiction: DBT Skills for Managing Addictions

Are you a dedicated mental health professional striving to make a tangible difference in the lives of individuals grappling with addiction? This comprehensive continuing education course is crafted for you—psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, and licensed professional counselors and addiction counselors—who are on the frontline, seeking effective methods to aid those in their battle against addictive behaviors.

Learn DBT Skills Tailored for Addiction

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) has proven to be an invaluable framework for supporting clients with addictive tendencies. In this course, “When the Crisis is Addiction: DBT Skills for Managing Addictions,” you’ll gain mastery of DBT skills that are specifically adapted to the realm of substance abuse and addictive behaviors.

Empower Clients to Build a Reinforcing Life

This training is designed to equip you with the knowledge to assist your clients in constructing a lifestyle that promotes and reinforces abstinence. By fostering environments and mindsets conducive to recovery, your clients can strive for a future free from the shackles of addiction.

Formulate Effective Plans for Your Clients

Learn how to collaborate with clients to create robust plans for abstinence and harm reduction that pave the way for enduring success. Our course will guide you through the nuances of setting up realistic, achievable goals and strategies tailored to each client’s unique circumstances.

71-Page Client Workbook Included

To augment your toolkit, we provide a 71-page client workbook absolutely free. This invaluable resource is filled with exercises and worksheets to help your clients apply the DBT skills learned in their personal journeys towards recovery, further enriching the therapeutic experience.

“It was an informative and useful workshop. Time well spent. I have already utilized some of the information in my sessions. I enjoyed all of the concrete examples of how to put the information into practice. Thank you.”