New DBT Skills Training
Master the updates to the classic DBT skills
The NEW DBT skills are out! Join us to learn skills for the first time, master the new skills, and participate in advanced consultation.
In the first day of this three-part training, Dr. Crowell will teach a fast-paced and engaging DBT skills 101 session. This class is perfect for those who are self-taught and would like to learn advanced teaching techniques, those who are new to DBT, or those who would like a refresher taught by a skills expert.
Day two will highlight all of the updates to the new Linehan skills manual and how to incorporate the new skills into practice. Dr. Crowell has been teaching the new skills throughout their development and can highlight the improvements as well as potential areas of confusion with the new handouts.
Day three is an advanced presentation of skills and consultation. We will invite providers to bring in questions about ongoing DBT groups and/or clients for advanced conceptualization and treatment planning with the group.
Pick and choose which trainings meet your needs or bundle all three and receive a 25% discount on the courses as well as a free copy of the newly released skills training manual and handouts ($70 value)!
CEUs will be available!!
Only 25 slots available per training date, first come, first serve
All trainings will meet at the historic UCEBT building in downtown Salt Lake on Saturday mornings from 9-11:30 with light breakfast provided.
- November 1: DBT Skills 101
- November 8: Mastering the New Skills
- November 15: DBT Advanced Consultation
Learn more about the instructors
Dr. Sheila Crowell
Dr. Crowell is the Director of Research and Training for UCEBT. She received her doctoral training in child clinical psychology at the University of Washington and completed her pre-doctoral internship at Seattle Children's Hospital. Dr. Crowell has over a decade of specialized training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), this includes seven years of supervised training in the treatment of self-injury and personality disorders by Dr. Marsha Linehan, who developed Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Dr. Crowell is trained to work across the lifespan and has experience working with preschoolers to older adults. Currently, Dr. Crowell is seeing adolescent clients for individual therapy and co-leading the adult DBT group. As director of research and training, Dr. Crowell oversees the research and teaching of advanced University of Utah graduate students and psychiatry fellows. Dr. Crowell is an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Utah and an expert in the prevention of suicide, self-injury, and personality disorders. Dr. Crowell has received research funding from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the National Institute for Mental Health. Her objective is prevent suicide and suffering through the integration of scientific understanding and compassionate care. To reach Dr. Crowell directly, please contact her by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Sheila Crowell
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Cost of the training is $200 per training session or $450 for all three (book included).
How can I purchase the book?
We will have the book available for purchase at the training or for advanced purchase on our website (www.ucebt.com). We will have a book pick-up and networking party to celebrate the new skills and help you to network with other DBT providers.
Who does the money benefit?
Money generated from this training and book purchase will go to fund the low-fee student clinic at the Utah Center for Evidence Based Treatment.
How can I sign up?
Registration can be purchased on our website at www.ucebt.com.