IMPORTANT NOTICE: We regret that we have had to suspend DBT Training as U of T’s School of Continuing Studies has placed a hold on all courses. We are exploring alternative virtual delivery methods and will post updates to our website as soon as we are able to confirm which courses will be offered and in what capacity.
Thank-you for your understanding.
About this course
Learn how to implement a Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Consultation Team within your own treatment setting. By the end of this course, you’ll be able to structure a Consultation Team based on common agreements, breaking down any barriers that might impede your team’s progress and smooth functioning. You’ll assess and identify treatment problems in depth, design the most effective solutions and monitor client progress. You’ll learn to present your own cases more clearly and concisely than ever, and benefit from group consultation and discussion.
This course can be applied towards the following certificates: Dialectical Behavior Therapy
What you’ll learn
Instructor: Dr. Shelley McMain
Dr. Shelley McMain, PhD., C.Psych. is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at University of Toronto, Head of the Borderline Personality Disorder Clinic and a Clinician Scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and Co-Founder of the Centre for MindBody Health in Toronto. She is a clinician, supervisor, educator and researcher. Trained in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) in Seattle in the mid-90’s with Dr. Marsha Linehan, she obtained her DBT Individual and Group Therapist Certification. She currently serves on the DBT Strategic Planning Committee and on the Scientific Advisory Board of the Linehan Institute. Recognized as a leader in Dialectical Behavior Therapy in Canada and internationally, Dr. McMain conducts research in DBT, personality disorders, emotion regulation, suicide and self harm, substance abuse, and psychotherapy process and outcomes. She has delivered 300+ conference, colloquia, grand rounds, and trainings and is widely recognized for her excellence in DBT training.
Please register at least 4 days prior to the course starts to receive Quercus access to course materials before the first class.
Withdrawal deadline is before the first class.
No class on May 18, 2020.