Advanced Topics in DBT:
The Art of Moving from Conceptualization to Exposure for Emotional Avoidance©
with Shari Manning, Ph.D and Annie McCall, MA, LMHC
Wednesday, April 11, 2018 – Saturday, April 14, 2018
Check out an interview with Patty Gieselman, of Choices Counseling & Skills Center, and Dr. Shari Manning, discussing the upcoming training: https://youtu.be/CtbnFp4EOXQ
Training At The Institute
A New Program for Mental Health Professionals, Educators, and Others Who Work With Girls and Women
Our Training Institute is part of our initiative to share expertise with fellow professionals in mental health, education, and organizations serving girls and women. In creating this community for learning, growth, and diversity, we hope to challenge ourselves and others to think deeply, creatively, empirically and to act boldly. Our training model incorporates what we call experiential and embodied learning, drawing on strength-based and mindfulness approaches in a relational context. Our training program provides an opportunity to collectively develop our own wise and authentic voices to advocate for social change while helping girls stand strong with zest for life.
History of the Training Institute: Since 1990 I have had the privilege of teaching and training mental health professionals, educators, and others in a variety of contexts. It has always been a joy to share about best practices in girls’ programing and effective therapy to help girls and women thrive through hardiness, mindfulness, and growth-fostering connections. Since 2004 I have worked with an amazing group of therapists here at the Institute to define and refine what it means to provide clinical and educational services that truly empower girls and women while also influencing positive cultural change. So, it is with excitement and gratitude that we announce our next step at the Institute for Girls’ Development: the launch of our Training Institute. Dr. Melissa Johnson, CEO and Founder of the Institute.