Events for Mental Health Professionals
We do not have any events scheduled for mental health professionals for Fall 2017.
If you would like to receive notifications on upcoming workshops and classes, please visit our Professional Development page for more details and to sign up for our list serve.
Advanced DBT Skills Group
We are running an Advanced DBT Skills Group for those clients that have completed one cycle of the core DBT skills. Because it is an advanced skills training group, the assumption is that group members have at least a basic understanding of the core DBT skills and want to increase their ability to act effectively through additional skills training. One cycle of the advanced DBT skills group is 17 weeks long.
The advanced skills training group is less structured than the core DBT skills training group. Because group members have some familiarity with the core DBT skills, they are able to have input into what elements of skills training they want to focus on. The advanced skills training group will review some of the core DBT skills (e.g., mindfulness) and expand on some material (e.g., mindfulness, interpersonal skills) that is not usually covered in the 26-week cycle of core DBT skills (e.g., walking the middle path, behaviour change strategies).
The group runs Wednesdays from 5:30pm – 7:30pm.
For more information, please call 604-569-1156.
Events for Loved Ones and Family Members
We will be running the 8-week Family & Loved Ones program this Fall. This special course is designed to provide partners, family, and friends with tools for better understanding and assisting loved ones. This group will also teach participants some of the practical skills commonly covered in the DBT groups to effectively manage emotions, communicate to others, and tolerate overwhelming distress.
We are running the course September 8th – November 3rd, 2017. For more information, please visit our Fall 2017 registration page.
Congratulations to Dr. Alexander L. Chapman for being awarded the Dean’s Medal for Academic Excellence, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, Simon Fraser University!