Do you have clients who have developed an excessive amount of self-control? “Overcontrolled” individuals are perfectionists who tend to see mistakes everywhere (mostly in themselves) and work harder than most others to prevent future problems from occurring. They are unable to let go of control even when they desperately want to, and struggle to form intimate bonds that are essential for emotional well-being.Because self-control is often equated with success and happiness in our culture, overcontrol is far too common. Many of us have lost touch with our tribal nature--our openness to new, unfamiliar situations and our vulnerability with others. Excessive self-control can result in social isolation, poor interpersonal functioning, and severe and difficult-to-treat mental health problems, such as anorexia nervosa, chronic depression, and obsessive-compulsive personality disorder.Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy (RO-DBT) is a new therapeutic modality that treats a spectrum of disorders associated with excessive self-control. Developed by Dr. Thomas Lynch and his research team, RO-DBT hinges on social signaling to reconnect lonely, often depressed, overcontrolled clients to their tribe.In this day-long introductory training to RO-DBT, the founder of the therapy Dr. Thomas Lynch will help you learn how to:
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Saturday, March 11, 2017 8:30 AM - 5:45 PMPacific Time
Embassy Suites by Hilton1345 Treat BlvdWalnut Creek, CA 94597USA(925) 934-2500
*Please note that complete attendance is necessary at all required training sessions for continuing education certification. No partial CE will be awarded.
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