Resources for Providers
We help new and experienced DBT providers by making it easy to access to award-winning training, connect with colleagues, and stay current with the latest research. Whether you are looking to begin a DBT Skills group for the first time, or you've been providing DBT for many years, we've got what you need to provide compassionate, effective treatment to your clients.
Graduate students can visit our DBT internship page for a courtesy list of programs featuring DBT training as part of the program.
Training & Treatment Tools
If you are looking for DBT training and tools, you can choose from several great options throughout our site:
- Instructor-led workshops and training programs with Behavioral Tech
- Online Training Courses
- Streaming Videos
- Linehan Suicide Safety Net
Seeking DBT Certification?
Behavioral Tech training prepares providers for the certification process operated by the DBT Linehan Board of Certification. Learn how our courses help you meet the requirements for certification.
Listing your practice in a therapist directory can be a means of helping potential clients locate your DBT practice.
- The Behavioral Tech Clinical Resource Directory is a voluntary listing of individuals and DBT teams who have completed one of our comprehensive training programs. If you have completed level-3 training with us, you can request to be listed through your customer account.
- Review a list of certified DBT clincians from the DBT-Linehan Board of Certification.
Are you interested in networking with other DBT providers? There are many ways for new and experienced providers to connect with like-minded colleagues.
ISIT-DBT (International Society for the Improvement and Teaching of DBT) is a volunteer organization with the sole task of organizing an annual conference to bring together DBT clinicians from around the US and around the globe. The ISITDBT conference aims to provide workshops for clinical development of DBT skills or DBT program development, as well as research panels to disseminate information about the ongoing evidence base that underlies DBT.
ABCT (Association For Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies) provides members with access to several benefits, including the ABCT list serv. The list serv allows members to share ideas and information concerning behavioral and cognitive-behavioral analysis, assessment, and therapy.
Research Updates & Professional Journals
Stay on top of the latest DBT research on The Linehan Institute Research page. You can also set up your own email alerts to receive updates from professional journals, or search the literature via sites like Google Scholar.
- Behaviour Research and Therapy
- Behavior Therapy
- Cognitive and Behavioral Practice
- Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
- Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment
- Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior
Additional Psychological Instruments & Recommended Reading
Providers benefit from access to assessment instruments and recommended reading. Access free information, below.
Resources for Evidence-Based Practice
You may also enjoy the following resources from professional, government, and other organizations focused on evidence-based practice.
American Psychological Association,
Society of Clinical Psychology (Division 12):
Research-Supported Psychological Treatments
Evidence-Based Behavioral Practice (EBBP):
Training resources for behavioral health research and practice
National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE),
National Health Service of the United Kingdom:
Evidence Search for Health and Social Care
Oxford University Press Treatments That Work:
Therapist Guides and Workbooks for behavioral healthcare interventions
Available in our store
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA):
Emerging trends in new drugs and drug use
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH):
Frequently Asked Questions About Suicide
National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder (NEABPD):
Resources for Professionals
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA):
Supporting and conducting research to reduce alcohol-related problems