VIRTUAL-The Adherent DBT Consultation Team
Tuesday, May 7, 2024, 1:00 PM-5:00 PM-$109 including CEUs
The Adherent DBT Consultation Team
Elizabeth Plante, LMHC, DBT-C
In this half-day training, participants will gain a fuller understanding of what an adherently run DBT Consultation team looks like. The functions of this team meeting will be fully explored. Discussions on how to create a DBT team culture will include the topics of DBT Team Agreements as well as DBT Assumption about individuals served and the treatment itself. Participants will learn how to effectively participate in and even lead their own DBT Consultation teams and will walk away from this training with a full understanding of the DBT team tasks, roles, and structure of the meeting.
Following this training the participants will understand:
- The functions of a DBT consultation team
- How to create a DBT team culture utilizing
- DBT Team Agreements
- DBT Assumptions about Client
- DBT Assumptions about Treatment
- How to participate as members of a DBT consultation team
- DBT team tasks and roles
- How to structure a DBT team meeting
Elizabeth Plante, MA, LMHC, DBTC is a certified Dialectical Behavior Therapy clinician through the DBT-Linehan Board of Certification. Ms. Plante is the Director of DBT & Trauma Services at Open Sky Community Services. In this capacity, she oversees implementation of DBT and trauma services throughout the agency including training, supervision, consultation and oversight of the Trauma Response Team. She has co-developed and facilitated DBT training in multiple settings and has led consultation teams within the agency and the community. Ms. Plante also has experience in providing DBT consultation and training for the Department of Youth Services, school systems, and other non-profit agencies.
Ms. Plante is an adjunct instructor at Assumption University in the Graduate program of Clinical Psychology where she teaches a Special Topics DBT course.
Ms. Plante received her Master’s Degree from Assumption University with concentrations in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Children and Families and was awarded a certificate in CBT through the Aaron T. Beck Institute in Cognitive Studies. Ms. Plante has received intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy under Charlie Swenson and advanced intensive training under Marsha Linehan.
Ms. Plante is also trained in CR for PTSD and Prolonged Exposure for PTSD, and she is a trained Level One Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Teacher through Brown University.