RO DBT Crash Course, May 2023
CEUs offered: 3
Presented by: Kasandra David MSW LISW-S
Modality: Live, Interactive Session with Activities & Discussion
Attendance: This training is offered 100% Virtually using Zoom Healthcare
NOTE: This is a live, interactive, training presented through Zoom as an online Webinar. .
Zoom recommends having a broadband wired/wireless connection, speakers, and a microphone to effectively participate via this platform. (Requirements listed on zoom’s website here: LINK).
Recording Date: NA
Links to Access Material:
• To access training: Links will be sent after registration, 2-3 days before training.
• To complete training evaluation (to be submitted once training is completed): The link will be
shared 2-3 days before the training, as well as during the training.
I will review the most recent research on RO-DB that indicates it is an evidenced-based practice. I will define what RO-DBT is, explore its philosophy, and provide concrete examples of RO-DBT skills. I will link RO- DBT to an evolutionary view of emotion which posits that emotion facilitates social bonds and explore how social connectedness is the foundation of mental health from an RO-DBT perspective.
After attending this presentation, you will be able to: explain to colleagues and clients what RO- DBT is and the transdiagnostic problems it can treat, identify clients on your caseload who may benefit from a referral to an RO-DBT program, improve your own case conceptualizations, and identify whether you are personally interested in learning more about RO-DBT or investing in further training.
- Learn what Radically Open Dialectical Behavior [RO-DBT] therapy is and the theory behind it
- Learn what maladaptive overcontrol is and how it harms mental health
- Improve case conceptualization through understanding maladaptive overcontrol, make strong referrals to RO-DBT programs when appropriate, determine personal interest in learning more about RO-DBT.
Audience & Skill Level:
• Audience: Licensed mental health professionals: SW, MFT, LPC • Skill Level: Beginner
• 1. Introduction, self-disclosures, orienting to goals & objectives of the training • 2. Research review
• 3. RO Philosophy & program overview
• 4. Defining overcontrol
• 5. RO Theory-nature, neuroregulatory model, coping • 6. Paradox of self-control
• 7 .RO functions of emotion
• 8. Bio temperament
• 9. Neuroregulatory model
• 10. 5Cues
• 11. Coping- how OC becomes maladaptive • 12. Reward Learning
• 13. Examples of RO interventions & skills • 14. Closing remarks
To Receive Course Credit Participants Must:
• Attend and engage with the entire training.
• Complete the post-training evaluation.
• Certificates will be sent within seven business days of confirming attendance and receiving the evaluation.
Clinical social worker supervisor with extensive experience in teaching, academic research, and presenta- tion. Seeking to stay current in the latest evidence-based treatment modalities, delivering high-quality care to clients, and cultivating the next generation of high-performing social workers through comprehen- sive clinical supervision. Social Work training & on-going education: DBT, RO-DBT, LBGT popula- tion, compassion fatigue and burn out prevention, multicultural care, marriage work, sexual assault care, trauma and trauma informed care, person-centered clinical supervision, online professionalism, telether- apy, best practices in private practice, implicit bias.
Ohio CSWMFT Approval
This training is approved for counselor, social work, and marriage and family therapy continuing education. In addition, it is approved by the Ohio Chemical Dependency Board for chemical de- pendency continuing education. Check CE Broker for detailed breakdown of CE types (provider number 50-24074).
For questions, comments or concerns:
Please contact TrainingCenter@Mindfully.com or via telephone: 513-939-0300
• Grievance policy: If you are dissatisfied with your experience, please feel free to share this with us via email: TrainingCenter@mindfully.com or via telephone: 513-939- 0300, or via your program evaluation. All complaints will receive a response within seven business days outlining actions taken and proposed responses which may include issuing a refund, credits for future trainings, updating course content or taking appropriate action with presenters, among others.
• Request for Accommodations: Should any accommodations enhance your program ex- perience, please contact us via email: TrainingCenter@mindfully.com or via tele- phone: 513-939-0300, to explore what options you may have.
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