Providing DBT can be both clinically effective and cost effective.
If you have worked professionally with populations which have suffered from childhood abuse, particularly sexual abuse, you know the seemingly intractable psychological damage it inflicts on its victims.
This advanced course will help you gain a working knowledge of the complexities of hard-to-treat eating disorders so you can provide better psychological care.
The course focuses primarily on the various medical, psychiatric, and collateral problems that complicate the recovery process along with the best psychotherapeutic and psychopharmacologic strategies to help these patients.
Although the concepts underlying DBT may not be new, its highly structured treatment protocol and the support it lends to therapists (through therapist consultation) not only makes this a unique approach, but also an effective form of intervention.