The Inaugural Conference of the Society for Dialectical Behaviour Therapy on the 22nd of November is now open for registration.
The conference will feature keynote addresses by:
Dr Kate Comtois creator of the DBT ACES (Accepting the Challenges of Exiting the System) programme, which teaches DBT Stage One graduates additional skills to help them exit the mental health system permanently.
And Professor Sue Clark, Principal Investigator of the Dorset Site for the REFRAMED Randomised Controlled Trial that examines the effectiveness of Radical Openness DBT for the treatment of treatment resistant depression versus treatment as usual. Radical Openness DBT is a treatment modification created by Professor Tom Lynch.
Registration includes the cost of annual membership in the Society for DBT at the affiliate level.
To register please following this link: