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Fall 2022 Social Work T7601 section 001
INTRODUCTION TO DBT SKILLS
INTRODUCTION TO DBT SKILL

Call Number 15751
Day & Time
Location
T 11:10am-1:00pm
To be announced
Points 3
Grading Mode Standard
Approvals Required None
Instructor Kitama S Cahill-Jackson
Type SEMINAR
Method of Instruction In-Person
Course Description Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based treatment that was originally developed for chronically suicidal individuals and is now the gold standard treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder.  The treatment and its adaptations have since been proven through research to be effective across a wide range of disorders and behavioral problems which have at their core the issue of Pervasive Emotion Dysregulation.   Students will be introduced to key theoretical concepts that inform the “spirit” of DBT, along with an overview of core treatment strategies as used within a DBT skills group. This course is focused on DBT skills, and will provide students with a basic understanding of the four DBT skills modules (Core Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Emotional Regulation, Distress Tolerance). The focus will be on the revised and expanded DBT Skills Manual released in late 2014.  Through course assignments and in-class activities, students will have an opportunity to learn the content of the skills, as well as how to structure and conduct a DBT skills group.   Students will develop a beginning understanding of standard comprehensive DBT, the particular function of each treatment component, (e.g., individual, group, consultation team, coaching) and how DBT skills relate to the other program components. The basic format of this course will include the Instructor's presentation of concepts and principles, group discussion, modeling, role-plays, and technique coaching.  As a practice elective, the major focus is on skill development.  As such, students are expected participate fully in in-class practice exercises and be receptive to feedback from their classmates.
Web Site Vergil
Department Social Work
Enrollment 25 students (25 max) as of 3:09PM Thursday, August 18, 2022
Status Full
Subject Social Work
Number T7601
Section 001
Division School of Social Work
Open To Social Work
Campus Morningside
Note Elective
Section key 20223SOCW7601T001

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