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DBT Orientation & Syllabus
The DBT Residency Training Program is open to psychology and psychiatry residents, post-doctoral fellows, and faculty at the University of Washington. To accommodate different levels of interest, the program is built into three levels of training:
You can choose to do any level but
1) The 2-day DBT WORKSHOP will be held on July 19th and July 26th at Harborview Research and Training Building from 9-5pm (two sequential Saturdays).
2) The DBT SEMINAR will be weekly on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00pm at Harborview Research and Training Building from July 30th through December 17th.
3) CLINICAL TRAINING: Supervised individual and group therapy opportunities will be available to a LIMITED number of trainees (i.e., residents, fellows, faculty) for the 2003-4 year.
Critical Points about clinical training in DBT:
What to do next
1) If you are interested in any level of the training, please e-mail Kate Comtois at firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know what you are interested in (i.e. workshop, seminar, and/or clinical training) and how serious your interest is at this point (i.e. possible, probable, definite, can't live without it).
2) WRITE DOWN THE DATES IN YOUR CALENDAR and see you then.
WORKSHOP (Saturdays, 9am-5pm Harborview R & T building Rm. 117/121)
SEMINAR (Wednesday, 6:30-8:00pm.
Harborview R & T Building Rm. 109/113)
|Date||Speaker||Content||Reading Due This Date|
|7/30||Skills Training and Distress Tolerance||Text pg. 329-343 plus Skills Training Manual on Distress Tolerance|
|8/6||Mindfulness and Mindfulness Practice||Skills Training Manual on Mindfulness and Distress Tolerance|
|8/13||Interpersonal Skills||Skills Manual Ch. 1-6 & Skills Training Manual on Interpersonal Skills|
|8/20||Secondary Targets||Text Ch. 5|
|8/27||Behavioral Analysis II and Solution Analysis||Text Ch. 4-6 and pg. 250-265 & 275-281|
|9/3||Contingency Management and Observing Limits||Don't Shoot the Dog and Text Ch. 10|
|9/10||Targeting and Linking to Goals||Text pg. 97-98, 173-186,
|9/17||Cognitive Modification||Text pg. 358-370|
|9/24||Other Change Strategies||Rest of Text Ch. 9|
|10/1||Exposure||Text pg. 343-358, Foa &
Ch. 9-10, Foa & Wilson, Ch. 7-8
|10/8||Case Formulation I||Text Ch. 1-3 and Koerner & Linehan|
|10/15||Validation II||Text Ch. 8 and Linehan, 1997|
|10/22||Emotion Regulation Skills||Text pg. 329-343 plus Skills Training Manual on Emotion Regulation|
|10/29||Inpatient DBT||Swenson et al.|
|11/5||Dialectical Strategies||Text Ch. 7|
|11/12||Case Management Strategies||Text Ch. 13|
|11/19||Stylistic Strategies||Text Ch. 12|
|11/26||Thanksgiving Week - NO CLASS|
|12/3||Case Formulation II||Written case formulation prepared for class|
|12/10||Adolescent BPD||Rathus & Miller|
|12/17||Final Review of Material||Finish Text, Skills Manual, & Articles|
Four books have been ordered by the U Bookstore at South campus Center and should be in soon: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder (Text), Skills Training Manual for Treating Borderline Personality Disorder, The Miracle of Mindfulness, and Don't Shoot the Dog. Copies of the other articles and chapters will be provided.
The DBT seminar is outside of the required didactic series for psychology and psychiatry residents and fellows. Attendance does not count toward required didactics.
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