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RO DBT Intensive Salt Lake City, UT

Location Salt Lake City, UT
Part 1
Date 28 Oct - 1 Nov 2019 APA Credits * 35Trainers Dr. Thomas Lynch, PhD, FBPsS, Dr. Nicole Little, Ph.D., R.C.C. & Kristen Fritsinger, LICSWCo-Host La Europa Academy, Murray, UT
Part 2
Date 6 Apr - 10 Apr 2020 APA Credits * 35Trainers Dr. Thomas Lynch, PhD, FBPsS Co-Host La Europa Academy, Murray, UT
* credits based on attending all 5 days

Course Objectives

Price: Early bird rate: $3100 – for more detailed prices and discounts please see the Prices and Booking tab.

Our intensive training is a two-part fast-track programme at the intermediate training level (e.g., post-doctoral level training for psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists), consisting of 2 x 5-day workshops. After completing the intensive training, practitioners may choose to progress to advanced level training and supervision.

Pre-course reading: Delegates are required to read the RO DBT Textbook and Skills Manual prior to the course.

Course overview

This intensive training provides a strong foundation in the theory and practice of RO DBT including:

  • A transdiagnostic approach to treatment
  • The neuroregulatory model
  • The bio-social theory for overcontrol
  • Treatment strategies for activation of the PNS social safety system
  • The importance of pro-social co-operative signalling – strategies and skills
  • Assessing overcontrol
  • Treatment structure
  • Radical Openness and self enquiry
  • Strategies for maintaining the OC client in therapy
  • Individualising treatment targets
  • RO states of mind
  • RO skills
  • Treating envy and bitterness
  • Role play and case studies
  • Micro-analytic supervision

Target audience: Apart from a professional qualification in a mental health or related field (e.g. psychology, psychiatry, social work, mental health nursing) there are no further prerequisites for the course. Previous training in standard DBT is not a requirement for the RO DBT intensive.

For a full list of learning objectives and an example of a typical training schedule, please click here.

Conflicts of interest: We don’t receive any direct commercial support for our training company Radically Open Ltd. However, Dr. Thomas Lynch, the RO DBT treatment developer and chief RO DBT trainer, receives royalty fees for the RO DBT Textbook and Skills Manual from New Harbinger publishers. He is married to Mrs Erica Smith-Lynch, co-owner and director or Radically Open Ltd.

Prices & Booking

Prices are for the complete 10 day intensive workshop (2 x 5 days).

  • Base price $4000
  • With earlybird discount (45 days before event): $3100
  • Student price: $2000 (we will require proof of current studentship; applies to both full- and part-time students who do not yet have their practitioner licence)
  • 10% discount per person for group booking (min 6)

Please note: the textbook, skills manual, lunch & overnight accommodation are not included in the price.

Early bird expiry date: 13 September 2019

Click here for our booking and cancellation policy

How to Register

Please click on the Book Today button and complete our registration form to sign up to this training.

Please note: by registering on one of our courses you commit to paying the invoice we will send you. The invoice should be paid within a month of sending or before the early bird expiry date (if applicable), whichever is sooner. From UK and European customers we prefer bank transfers, US customers can pay online using credit card or by wire transfer ($100 discount for paying by wire transfer – please enquire before submitting payment).

If you are unable to pay the amount all at once, please get in touch with us (roelie@radicallyopen.net) so we can set up a payment plan for you.

Travel Information

The venue for the training will be:

Best Western Cottontree Inn in Sandy UT

The area where the hotel is has about 20 different restaurants and a shopping mall within a very short walk.  Participants could easily Uber/Lyft to the hotel and manage nicely for the week-long training without a car.