Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 05, 2012
The Treatment Implementation Collaborative, LLC (TIC) is offering Core Clinical Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy©, an intensive training designed to support individual practitioners and/or teams with learning to deliver the evidence-based model of DBT. It will teach participants how to understand the treatment, how to conceptualize a case, and how to apply DBT in individual therapy, skills training, milieu- or telephone-based coaching, and in consultation teams. The CCT Course© is 61-hours of in-person and video-based training provided over a 6-month period.
The CCT Course© curriculum emphasizes case-based learning (clinical examples) and experiential learning (role plays, exercises, homework, and videos) to support the individual and team in developing the capabilities necessary to complete Certification as a DBT therapist.
The course of study will utilize both in-person and online video-based training in the following three parts:
Part I: 5-day In-person Training. November 5-9, 2012. Middletown, CT.
Part II: 12-week Online Video-based Classes. January 9 – March 27, 2013. Wednesdays 11:00am-Noon (West coast). Classes will be recorded.
Part III: 2-day In-person Training. April 11-12, 2013. Middletown, CT.
Throughout the activity there will be opportunities for supplemental group and/or individual consultation to generalize learning and to create and support consultation teams and programs.
Cost is $1950 per person. $1750 per person for groups of 4+. Register online at http://www.ticllc.org.
About Treatment Implementation Collaborative, LLC
The Treatment Implementation Collaborative offers full service consultation, training, and supervision in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to mental health systems, agencies and individuals. We support you from your first encounter with learning and providing DBT, through to mid-level intensive training establish a full program, all the way through to expert supervision (individuals) and preparation (teams and systems) for certification and accreditation.
“I want to thank you for your efforts in organizing this wonderful training. It was truly a step or two beyond other "advanced" trainings I have been to!”
“Thank you for all of your work on this training and all of your work creating TIC. The training was fantastic and, for the first time since my intensive in 2004, I actually feel like I'm doing DBT!”
"Shari is an excellent trainer! Very easy to follow, does an excellent job of engaging audience. I felt like I learned a lot and have a plethora of really helpful information to take back to my team."
"Shari is a great teacher and I learn when she demonstrates in role play, it lets me see in action things that I have read about. I learned in a way that I did not experience with [another training organization]. I needed to build on the basics I learned at [another training organization]."
“We were able to bring real life issues we experienced doing DBT to the training and Charlie gave us real life answers in the form of role plays, demonstrations, and collaborative discussions. It was so stimulating on so many levels -- I didn't want it to end. I am excited to see the other TIC offerings and so pleased to have this addition to the DBT training community.”