The School of Social Work in Falk College, an approved provider of continuing education for LMSWs and LCSWs in New York State, will provide DBT: Not Just for Our Clients- A Discussion About Self-Care workshop. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) has been proven to be very effective with an array of mental health and substance use related disorders, but it can also assist clinicians to become more self-aware and mindful. DBT not only improves the practice of the clinician, but enhances relationships by making the clinician a better colleague, supervisor, friend, and parent. Expand on your knowledge of DBT and learn how to implement some of these exercises into your personal and professional life.
Participant learning objectives:
- Gain a better understanding of the DBT model
- Learn and practice a skill from each of the four modules
- Learn how to implement these skills into their own clinical practice and personal life
- Be connected to additional resources for further DBT trainings/information
Date: January 18, 2019
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (Check – in begins at 8:30 a.m.)
Free on site parking will be provided.
The NYS Department of Education and NYS Social Work Board has approved this workshop for 3 contact hours. For more information, contact Social Work Continuing Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presenter: Alison Franklin, LCSW
Alison Franklin has extensive training and clinical experience in the realm of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), working initially with people who were living with Borderline Personality Disorder. Over the years, she has found this treatment to be exceptionally useful with many different disorders, including that of anxiety and other stress related disorders. She has been presenting, as a licensed professional, in both a classroom and auditorium setting since 2012 and has since presented to multiple different associations and disciplines across NYS and into PA. Alison is currently the Director of Counseling Services at Utica College as well as an adjunct Social Work professor for Keuka College, an adjunct Psychology professor for Utica College and a private practitioner in a local private practice, servicing the Utica/Rome area.