Treatment Implementation Collaborative (TIC)

CECREDIT-TIC

CONCEPT is pleased to partner with Treatment Implementation Collaborative (TIC) to offer Continuing Education (CE) credit for their program offerings. To register for CE credit, please select the Workshop in which you participated and move through the checkout process. Once your participation has been confirmed, you will receive your Certificate of Completion via email.

For more information on workshops offered by TIC, please click here.

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  • Core Clinical Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy©

Part I – May 16 – 20, 2013 (in person) | Click here to register for Continuing Education Credit (33.25 CEs) $300

Part II – June 26 – September 18, 2013 (online) Wednesdays 1:00-2:30 pm Eastern | Click here to register for Continuing Education Credit (18 CEs) $180

Part III – October 3 – 4, 2013 (in person) | Click here to register for Continuing Education Credit (12.25 CEs) $120

Instructors: Shari Manning, Ph.D. and Karyn Hall, Ph.D.

Location: The Menninger Clinic, Houston, TX

The Core Clinical Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy© (CCT Course) is specifically designed to support practitioners in learning to deliver the evidence-based model of DBT. It will teach participants how to understand the treatment, how to conceptualize a case, and how to apply DBT in individual © therapy, skills training, milieu- or telephone-based coaching, and in consultation teams. The CCT Course is 63.5-hours of training provided over a 5-month period.

The CCT Course© curriculum emphasizes case-based learning (clinical examples) and experiential learning (role plays, exercises, homework, and videos) to support the individual and team in developing the capabilities necessary to complete Certification as a DBT Therapist. Because DBT is a team based treatment and anyone providing any mode of DBT is required to be on a consultation team, participants will receive consultation on forming and strengthening teams and/or leveraging technology to form DBT teams across distances. The goal of this course is to develop effective practitioners and sustainable programs.

Click here for more information about this course, including schedule, course objectives, and description

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  • Core Clinical Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy©

Part I – September 23 – 27, 2013 (in person) | Click here to register for Continuing Education Credit (33.25 CEs) $300

Part II – November 2013 – February 2014 (online) Thursdays 9:00-10:30 am Pacific Time | Click here to register for Continuing Education Credit (18 CEs) $180

Part III – March 13 – 14, 2014 (in person) | Click here to register for Continuing Education Credit (12.25 CEs) $120

Instructors: Shari Manning, Ph.D. and Annie McCall, MA, LMHC

Location: Hilton Garden Inn Rochester/Pittssford, Pittsford, New York

The Core Clinical Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy© (CCT Course) is specifically designed to support practitioners in learning to deliver the evidence-based model of DBT. It will teach participants how to understand the treatment, how to conceptualize a case, and how to apply DBT in individual therapy, skills training, milieu- or telephone-based coaching, and in consultation teams. The CCT Course© is 63.5-hours of training provided over a 6-month period.

The CCT Course© curriculum emphasizes case-based learning (clinical examples) and experiential learning (role plays, exercises, homework, and videos) to support the individual and team in developing the capabilities necessary to complete Certification as a DBT Therapist. Because DBT is a team based treatment and anyone providing any mode of DBT is required to be on a consultation team, participants will receive consultation on forming and strengthening teams and/or leveraging technology to form DBT teams across distances. The goal of this course is to develop effective practitioners and sustainable programs.

Click here for more information about this course, including schedule, course description & objectives

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  • Advanced Practice Dialectical Behavior Therapy© A Master Clinician Course

Instructor: Charles Swenson, M.D.

Section One: Online Video-based Classes | Wednesday, March 20 through Wednesday, June 12, 2013 (13 consecutive weeks) 12:30pm-2:00pm (west coast); 3:30pm-5:00pm (east coast) Classes will be recorded. Missed classes can be viewed after the class occurs and will be available for approximately 2 weeks after the live class. | Click here to register for Section One Continuing Education credit | 19.5 CEs $195

Section Two: 2-day In-person Training | July 25-26, 2013 in Middletown, CT | Click here to register for Section Two Continuing Education credit (14 CEs) $140

Click here for more information about this course, including schedule, course description & objectives

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  • Integrating CBT to Treat Eating Disorders into a DBT Program©

Instructor: Lucene Wisniewski, PhD, FAED

Dates: 8-week Online Video-based Classes | September 20 – November 8, 2012; Thursdays from 10-11am (West coast); 12-1pm (Central); 1-2pm (East coast) | Please click here to register for Continuing Education credits (8 CEs) $50.

Zanarini et al (2004) reported that 58.3% of people meeting criteria for BPD also meet criteria for at least one eating disorder.   DBT programs, therefore, have a high percentage of multiple-problem clients who meet criteria for eating disorders.  Because DBT is a Cognitive Behavioral Treatment, providing eating disorders treatment in the context of a DBT program is possible with minimal adaptations.  This course is designed to strengthen the CBT skills of DBT therapists treating concurrent eating disordered behaviors and borderline personality disorder while teaching the specific CBT strategies that are effective when targeting eating disorders.  This course will include weekly reading assignments and homework.

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