Upcoming Seminar: DBT and Recovery
A Continuing Education Program from
Summer Diversity Symposium
A Clinician’s Guide to Recovery at the Junction of
Mind, Body and Spirit
Applying Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to the Treatment of Substance Use Disorders within Marginalized Populations
Duane Haley, LCSW-C
July 15, 2017 11am-2:15pm
Early bird rate: 3 CEUs for $60. Register today!
Recovery at the Junction of Mind, Body and Spirit explores the utility of DBT methods when providing substance use treatment to marginalized populations. DBT’s bio-psycho-social spiritual model is a perfect fit for substance use disorder treatment. The evidence-based-model supports the ambivalent substance abuse client to remain in treatment. Mindfulness training then provides a bridge to the often misunderstood or neglected spiritual needs of clients seeking recovery. Participants can expect to participate in a dynamic training from a passionate and skilled clinician and educator.
- Explore specific skills related to Dialectical Behavioral Therapy including Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotion Regulation, Walking the Middle Path and Interpersonal Effectiveness.
- Identify specific clinical strengths and challenges faced when adapting DBT for substance abuse treatment with stigmatized and marginalized people.
- Explore clinical principles of adapting Evidence-Based Practices in culturally responsive ways.
- Identify principles of Dialectical Behavior Therapy that compliment principles of 12-step support groups.
Duane Haley, LCSW-C is a licensed clinical social worker, adjunct professor, and social justice leader who strives to support clients and communities in achieving their own goals. He is a dynamic clinician and speaker who uses an eclectic approach rooted in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
A Clinician’s Guide to Recovery at the Junction of Mind, Body and Spirit
Presented by Duane Haley, LCSW-C
July 15, 2017 11am-2:15pm
Cost: $60 (early bird rate) ($75 after July 8th) CE Credits: 3 hours
To register: call 410-337-7772 or go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/recovery-at-the-junction-of-mind-body-and-spirit-applying-dialectical-behavioral-therapy-to-the-tickets-35736611166
The Resource Group is approved by the American Psychological Association and The Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners to sponsor continuing education for professional counselors, psychologists, and social workers. The Resource Group maintains responsibility for program content. All Resource Group CE participants must register, attend the entire activity, and submit an evaluation to receive credit. Only full (100%) CE credit will be offered. No partial credit will be available. The Resource Group is dedicated to accessibility and non-discrimination in its continuing education activities. If participants have special needs regarding learning, building access, or sensory sensitivities, please address questions or concerns to Dr. Harriette Wimms, 410-337-7772, ext. 1048, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Resource Group Counseling and Education Center Continuing Education Program provides workshops, seminars, and lecture series to advance clinical knowledge and help clinicians remain current in theory, practice, science, and supervision in their professional environments. Our Summer Symposia Series provides intermediate-level training about issues of human diversity, multicultural awareness, and empowerment of under-resourced populations.
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