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Dealing with Therapy-Interfering Behaviour: Strategies from DBT
Instructor: Dr. Alex Chapman
Date: November 7, 2014
Time: 9am - 4pm
Location: Arden Park Hotel, 1144 Ontario Street, Stratford, ON
Early-Bird Cost: $189 +HST (by Oct 6, 2014)
Regular Cost: $199 +HST (after Oct 6, 2014)
* Cost includes lunch, morning and afternoon refreshments *
*Group Rates available for groups of 10+ people registering together. Email email@example.com for more information*
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This workshop provides clinicians with well-established practices for addressing therapy interfering behaviours often encountered in work with multi-problem clients, such as failure to complete homework, lying, anger outbursts, lateness, missing sessions, and a variety of other behaviours that can make treatment challenging.
Many of the strategies and principles taught during this workshop come from Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), which is an efficacious treatment for borderline personality disorder (BPD). DBT Therapists use dialectical theory, behavioural theory, and mindfulness/acceptance based approaches to manage behaviour that gets in the way of therapy effectively, efficiently, and compassionately.
Participants will learn how to understand, assess, and manage behaviours that pose challenges to treatment as well as learning how to address some of their own potential therapy interfering behaviour
Dr. Alex Chapman is a Registered Psychologist, an Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Clinical Science area in the Department of Psychology at Simon Fraser University (SFU) as well as the President of the DBT Centre of Vancouver. Dr. Chapman completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship with Dr. Marsha Linehan (founder of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy) at the University of Washington. He directs the Personality and Emotion Research Laboratory at SFU, where he studies the role of emotion regulation in BPD, self-harm, impulsivity, and other behavioural problems. He has published numerous scientific articles and chapters on these and other topics and has given many scientific conference presentations on his research. He regularly gives local, national, and international workshops and invited talks on DBT and the treatment of BPD, has consulted with and trained clinicians in Canada, the U.S., and the U.K., and trains and supervises clinical psychology students. He has co-authored four books: The Borderline Personality Disorder Survival Guide, Behavioral Interventions in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Freedom from Self-Harm, and The DBT Workbook for Anxiety.
An administrative fee of $50 will be charged for all cancellations. Cancellation 14 or more days prior to the workshop date – receive a refund, less $50 administration fee. Cancellation less than 14 days prior to the workshop date – receive a credit, less $50 administration fee, to be applied to a future workshop. No credit or refund will be issued if you do not notify us in advance of the workshop date. You may transfer your registration to another person without prior notice. The organizers reserve the right to cancel the event due to under-enrollment, instructor illness or inclement weather. If a workshop is cancelled, any payment will be returned in full.
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Mission Empowerment provides professional development and personal development workshops and events that educate, transform, inspire and empower.
Our mission is two-fold:
- To empower individuals to reach their fullest potential and achieve their dreams in all life areas
- To assist helping professionals to become more effective at empowering their clients to make positive changes in their lives
Professional development workshops are offered in one or two day formats and are held in convenient locations in southwestern Ontario (typically Kitchener or Stratford, ON). Some workshops are also available for on-site training.
Personal development workshops and events range from two-hour classes to full weekend retreats. Most events are held in Kitchener, ON.