Bundled Modules: DBT Behavioral Chain Analysis & DBT Validation Strategies and Principles
Behavioral Tech Research, in collaboration with treatment developers, merges technology and evidence-based therapy into fun and engaging online training courses.
Treatments come to life with interactive activities and experts’ guidance. Learn in a risk-free environment as you conveniently access training from any location with a high-speed internet connection.
Implement these powerful strategies to help your clients more fully achieve their goals and build lives worth living.
12 CE Hours Total
DBT Chain Analysis Training
Chain Analysis is about getting a complete picture of a behavior what it is, how it started, and what keeps the behavior repeating. DBT Chain Analysis is a critical, core component of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and a basic skill of CBT-focused therapies. When done correctly, both clinician and client can decipher the variables at work during a behavior, identify patterns, and work collaboratively to put new behaviors into effect.
DBT Validation Principles and Strategies
Validation is an integral part of maintaining any therapeutic relationship and can keep clients positively engaged in therapy and working toward their long-term goals. Virtual clients described in this course represent the most emotionally dysregulated DBT clients with multiple problems. Learn and practice the six levels of DBT validation through interactive exercises, stories, metaphors, case examples, and commentary.
Extensions: Extensions for previously purchased onlined training courses are available for an additional charge. Please reference the online training order form for monthly extension rates and submit your completed order form to email@example.com or to fax number 206.675.8590.
Groups of 11 or more: Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206.675.8588 to receive a quote for 11 or more online training courses.
Student Rate: Students receive a 50 percent discount on online training. Proof of current student status is required (a photocopy of your student ID or your current class schedule). Please complete the online training order form and submit it and proof of student status to email@example.com or to fax number 206.675.8590.
Professors: Professors who wish to use this course with their class will receive complimentary access and their students will receive a 50 percent discount on online training. To learn more or to preview a course, please contact Behavioral Tech at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206.675.8588.
- Windows: Make sure you are using a supported version of Windows -- as of May 2016, that means Windows 7 or higher.
- Mac: Mac OS X 10.1 or higher is required to use these courses. We recommend running the latest version of Mac OS X (10.11). Upgrading to El Capitan is free, and that version will work on Mac computers introduced in 2009 and later.
- Display: A screen resolution of at least 1024 x 768 is recommended.
- Sound: Your computer must be able to play sound over speakers or headphones.
- Use a connection that offers a download speed of at least 4 Mbps.
- This course is designed to work with Firefox. We strongly recommend using Firefox for the best experience with our online training courses.
- The interactive content of our courses is built using Adobe Flash Player. We strongly advise consumers ensure they are using the latest Adobe Flash Player. Adobe releases updates regularly, so this is something to check if the course isn't running properly. It is a matter of technical security to keep your Flash Player up-to-date, and we explain the details in our letter to online training customers.
- These courses will not work on tablets, eReaders, or mobile devices.
- These courses are not Section 508 compliant (Section 508 is a U.S. federal guideline for website accessibility for people with physical, sensory, or cognitive disabilities).
- These courses are included in the Team-Building Intensive Program curriculum. As a result, individual providers who are considering attending that level-3 training may want to wait until program enrollment to start the courses.