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Adolescent Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Times:

Day(s):

9:00 am
Jun 29
4:00 pm
Jun 30

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy or ‘DBT’ is a therapy that was originally created for difficult to manage mood and personality disorders. It is now an evidence-based practice that assists clients with mood, personality, anxiety, addictive and trauma-related disorders. DBT provides clients with skills that promote emotional regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness. This training will provide participants with an overview of this approach focusing on applying it in a developmentally appropriate way to adolescents. (12 CEUs)

 

Registration restrictions have been lifted for this workshop. All persons who live and/or work in New Mexico are welcome to register and participate.

Workshop Instructor
Mary Evans LPCC
Mary Evans, LPCC, attended Southwestern College in Santa Fe. She has had extensive training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, CRAFT, Motivational Interviewing, and Narrative Therapy. Mary works with individuals, families, and couples, to help clients with a variety of issues including substance abuse and recovery, interpersonal effectiveness, anxiety and depression, and stage of life issues. Mary uses a client-centered approach to help people recognize their own resources and strengths. Mary’s focus is on creating a supportive, nurturing environment in which people can create lasting changes and satisfying relationships.

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