- Book - Soft Cover
- 240 pages
- 8" x 10"
- DR. KIRBY REUTTER, DBTC, LMHC, CACAD, MAC
- New Harbinger
- CE Available:
- No, CE credit is not available
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DR. KIRBY REUTTER, DBTC, LMHC, CACAD, MAC
Dr. Kirby Reutter, DBTC, LMHC, CACAD, MAC, is a bilingual licensed psychologist, licensed mental health therapist, and internationally certified substance abuse counselor. Dr. Reutter has worked with residential populations for the past 12 years, where he has specialized in implementing DBT interventions for both clinical and direct-line settings. In addition, Dr. Reutter has spoken widely on DBT throughout the nation. He conducted his own international research on coping, which was subsequently published by a variety of sources. Dr. Reutter has led a monthly talk show on various mental health issues for a Spanish-speaking radio station with a three-state broadcast. Most recently, he authored the DBT-based Survival Packet: A Treatment Guide for Individual, Group, and Family Counseling.
Continuing Education Credits
CE Credit is not available for this product.
“Kirby Reutter has used his knowledge, passion, and experience to write a workbook that is applicable to individuals that struggle with trauma. His approach through real examples, along with his unique sense of humor, is truly captured in his work. Having worked alongside him, the workbook reads as many of his therapy sessions would play out. He uses language that is understandable and relatable, and offers a vantage point that allows individuals to feel comfortable and as though this is a journey and not a life sentence. He provides the education and tools needed, offering support throughout the process of healing.”
—Nicole Johnson-Smith, MS, CCTP, LMHC-A, director of the LaGrange County Northeastern Center, and adjunct faculty of the Jannen School of Arts and Sciences at Trine University
“Restoring balance! Kirby Reutter has compiled many useful exercises to aid anyone in the healing process. I have used his exercises in my own life, in my practice with counseling women who have experienced trauma, and I have recommended his work for individuals to use on their own. Reutter frames concepts in a way that is very practical and useful. These exercises are easy to use and demonstrate growth. I am excited to have this resource published and available for a wider population to access for their own healing.”
—Charla Leman, LCSW, CADAC IV, supervising counselor at Gateway Woods Family Services, cofounder of the drug and alcohol program at Gateway Woods Residential Services, and cofounder of BASICS at Ohio University Counseling and Psychological Services