Adapting DBT for Eating Disorders and Substance Use

Adapting DBT for Eating Disorders and Substance Use

About this event

This one day training will provide an overview of the theoretical model and research outcomes, as well as discuss, explore and try out skills that have been specifically developed for treating clients presenting with Binge Eating or Bulimia, or Substance Use Disorders. These programs focus on managing the core emotion dysregulation that is theorised to underlie these disorders and teach effective coping skills. It is recommended that Participants have completed an introduction to DBT prior to completing this workshop. If not, an introduction to DBT course is also offered.




Contact Details

Person: Tanya Gilmartin

Phone: 0416886167

Email: tanya@melbournedbtcentre.com.au




Speakers

Tanya Gilmartin ,

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