DBT Intermediate Level CBT: Evidence-Based Strategies for Multiple Symptom Sets
Dr. Jeff Riggenbach, Ph.D.
- Acquire an understanding of broader meaning of “cognitive behavioral therapies”
- Develop an understanding of the the 3 different levels of cognition and learn 3 types of cognitive strategies for intervention at each of the different levels
- Incorporate mindfulness, acceptance, and other metacognitive strategies into treatment
- Learn language to socialize clients to the model and connect to relapse prevention
- Develop 3 sets of cognitive conceptualization skills to help diagnose, document, and drive treatment
- Utilize 5 behavioral activation strategies to use in early stages of treatment resident depression
- Understand the 7 motivations for self-injurious behavior and how to effectively intervene with each
- Learn 5 cognitive techniques proven to help reduce arousal in anxiety disordered individuals
- Develop schema modification skills to help clients not only manage symptoms in the moment but create long- term change that lasts
- Understand the fundamental tenants of relapse prevention and develop skills in implementing 3 specific techniques to facilitate it.