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SAT 24 JUL
WNWRC - Network Event - An Introduction to Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) & Overview of the HSE Sligo/Leitrim DBT Programme. (24/07/21) CPDFREE Presenter: Dr. Áine Finan
Zoom
24-07-2021   Registration: 09:45.A.M.Starts:10:00.A.M. to 13:00.P.M.
3 CPD hours
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WNWRC - Network Event - An Introduction to Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) & Overview of the HSE Sligo/Leitrim DBT Programme


Presenters Bio: 

Dr Aine Finan qualified with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Trinity College Dublin, and currently holds the position of Senior Clinical Psychologist with Sligo/Leitrim Mental Health Services (HSE), where she contributes to community mental health teams for adults aged 18 to 65, the Early Intervention in Psychosis Service, and the Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Service. Aine first trained in DBT in 2009 and has been involved with the first DBT Service for adults in Sligo since its inception in 2013.


Event Outline:

An introduction to Borderline Personality Disorder and DBT; how DBT was developed; the theory underpinning it and the various modes of treatment.

A review of international research demonstrating the efficacy and cost effectiveness of DBT will be given.

An outline of how the HSE Sligo/Leitrim Adult DBT Service was established, and our local outcome data. There will be opportunities for questions and discussion throughout the presentation.


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