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DBT has been proven effective for individuals with a variety of behavioral concerns including impulsivity, substance abuse, eating disorders and self-injurious behaviors. It has also been shown to work effectively with adolescents and their families. This seminar recording will show you how to use DBT effectively to teach children and adolescents to safely manage their emotions and the resulting behaviors.
Listen to this seminar recording and engage children and adolescents in an accepting therapeutic environment that will enable them to learn effective behaviors and responses to intense emotions. Learn DBT skills that will help them lessen the impact of emotional/behavioral difficulties such as aggression, ADHD, impulsivity, substance abuse and self-injury.
Pat Harvey LCSW-C, ACSW is a clinical expert in applying DBT to emotional and behavior disorders. She is the author of the just-released book Parenting a Child Who Has Intense Emotions: Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills to Help Your Child Regulate Emotional Outbursts and Aggressive Behaviors (New Harbinger, 2009).
Utilize DBT skills to develop an effective therapeutic environment
Apply emotion regulation skills to help children recognize, acknowledge and regulate their emotions and behaviors
Use distress tolerance skills to coach children when they are emotionally and behaviorally dysregulated
Use DBT skills to help children who are impulsive, aggressive, anxious, substance abusing, depressed, manic or self-injurious
Minimize the impact of emotional intensity and behavioral problems in all areas of a child's life
Practice mindfulness exercises with children and adolescents to teach children and adolescents self-awareness
DBT to Engage Children and Adolescents
- Selling DBT, selling the need for change
- The BioSocial Theory and Emotion Dysregulation
- Stages of treatment
- Groups vs. Individual treatment
Function of dysfunctional behaviors
Safer, more functional behaviors
Minimizing power struggles
Prioritizing and conceptualizing treatment
Behavior Analysis and Chain Analysis
- Skills Training
- Contingency Management
- Cognitive Modification
Skills Training and Other Change Strategies for Children and Adolescents
- Exercises to calm down and manage anxiety
- Develop self-awareness
- Mindfulness for ADHD, anxiety disorders, and mood disorders
Distress Tolerance/Calming Techniques
- Developing skills charts
- Skills for when they are overwhelmed with emotion
- Skills with kids who are impulsive, substance abusing and/or self-injurious/suicidal
Emotion Regulation/Cognitive Modification
- Effective contracts for children
- Contingency management
- Skills for kids with aggressive behaviors
- Coaching in crisis
- Diary Cards
Other issues and considerations
- Home environment and creating healthy family patterns
- Working with the school environment
ABOUT PAT HARVEY
Pat Harvey, LCSW-C, ACSW is a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in the treatment of children and adolescents with a wide range of issues and is the author of Parenting a Child Who Has Intense Emotions: Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills to Help Your Child Regulate Emotional Outbursts and Aggressive Behaviors (New Harbinger, 2009). She has worked with children, adolescents and adults in a variety of treatment settings and has been using DBT for the past decade. The DBT group residence Pat created in Massachusetts won an APA Gold Award for community programming. Since moving to Maryland, Pat coaches and supports parents, siblings and family members of individuals with emotion dysregulation/mental illness. She consults and trains therapists, mental health professionals and paraprofessionals in the use of DBT skills in many venues. She is the Public Policy Consultant to NAMI MD, where she writes and delivers testimony focused on issues related to children and adults with mental illness.
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