Conflicts of

Interest

Refer to the information below regarding conflict of interest statements regarding our services and products.
Instructor Led Trainings

Intensive Training in the Dialectical Behavior Therapy Prolonged Exposure Protocol for PTSD
Melanie Harned, PhD, receives compensation for Behavioral Tech Institute’s use of the content she produced for this training format.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Treating Adolescents with Multiple Problems
Alec Miller, PsyD, and Jill Rathus, PhD, receive compensation for Behavioral Tech Institute’s use of the content they wrote for this two-day training format.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Children (DBT-C) Training for Experienced Clinicians
Francheska Perepletchikova, PhD, receives compensation for Behavioral Tech Institute’s use of the content she produced for this training.

DBT for Complex PTSD
Martin Bohus, MD, receives compensation for Behavioral Tech Institute’s use of the content he produced for this training.

Online Training Courses - Hosted by Psychwire

DBT Skills – Online Course

The following individuals receive compensation for Behavioral Tech Institute’s use of the content they wrote for the DBT Skills Training online training course:

Marsha Linehan, PhD, ABPP

Linda Dimeff, PhD

Kelly Koerner, PhD

DBT Comprehensive – Online Courses

DBT Foundational & DBT Intensive

Adam Carmel, PhD, is a Trainer & Consultant for Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for his training activities. He is owner of, and receives profit from, CBT Access, PLLC.

Amy Gaglia Essletzbichler, MSW, is a contracted Consultant with Behavioral Tech Institute and is compensated for her consulting activities.

Amy W. Wagner, Ph.D, is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for her training activities.

Andrada D. Neacsiu, PhD, is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for her training activities.

André Ivanoff, PhD, is the Senior Global Relations Consultant and Board Chair of Behavioral Tech Institute and receives a salary for her work with Behavioral Tech Institute.

Anthony P. DuBose, PsyD, is the Vice President of Institute Services, Director of CE/CME, and Chief Compliance Officer and as an employee receives a salary from Behavioral Tech Institute. He receives royalties on sales of the video, DBT at a Glance.

Carla Walton receives grant funding for investigation of DBT and receives compensation for her training activities with Behavioral Tech Institute.

Clive Robins, PhD, ABPP is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for his training activities.

Dan Finnegan, MSW, is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for his training activities.

Team Formation (component of the DBT Intensive Plus)

Elizabeth Dexter-Mazza, PsyD, is the author of STEPS-A SEL Curriculum. As the author, she retains intellectual property rights and receives royalties, consulting fees, and honoraria for its use. Dr. Dexter-Mazza is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for her training and consulting activities.

Emily Cooney, PhD is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for her training activities.

Gwen Abney-Cunningham, LMSW, is the Director of Faculty Relations for Behavioral Tech Institute and as an employee receives a salary from Behavioral Tech Institute.

Jennifer Sayrs, PhD, ABPP, is co‐Owner of Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle, PLLC (EBTCS). Dr. Sayrs is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for her training activities.

Joel Beckstead, PhD, ABPP is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for his training activities.

Mike Batcheler is a director and shareholder of DBT New Zealand, an international affiliate of the Linehan Institute. He receives fees for consultation and training in DBT.

Milton Brown, PhD is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for his training activities.

Nicholas L. Salsman, PhD, ABPP, is a Trainer & Consultant for Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for his training activities.

Nicole Kletzka, PhD, DBT-LBC receives a salary as the DBT Coordinator at the Center for Forensic Psychiatry, and receives a consulting fee for her work as a BTECH Trainer and Consultant.

Randy Wolbert LMSW, CAADC, CCS, is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for his training activities.

Robin McCann, PhD, is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for her training activities.

Ronda Oswalt Reitz, PhD, is a contractor with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for her training activities.

Sara Schmidt, PhD, is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for her training activities.

Sarah Reynolds, PhD is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for training activities.

Shireen L. Rizvi, PhD, ABPP, is a Trainer & Consultant for Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for her training activities.

Suzanne Witterholt, MD, is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute and receives compensation for her training activities.

Vibh Forsythe Cox, PhD, is the Director of Faculty Development for Behavioral Tech Institute and as an employee receives a salary from Behavioral Tech Institute.

Product Statement

Approved CE/CME provider status does not imply endorsement by the provider or CE/CME boards of any products displayed in conjunction with an activity.

Other - Disclosures & Policies

Conflict of interest definition: A conflict of interest may be considered to exist if a continuing education course faculty is affiliated with, or has any significant financial interest, in any organization(s) that may have a direct interest in the subject matter of the presentation or may be co-sponsoring or offering financial support to the course. Situations involving a potential conflict of interest are not inherently bad or wrong, but in accordance with standards for continuing medical education we would like you to be aware of the affiliation/financial interest of your instructors and faculties.

Faculty Disclaimer: When an un-labelled use of a commercial product, or an investigative use not yet approved for any purpose is discussed during an educational activity, we shall require the speaker to disclose that the product is not labeled for the use under discussion or that the product is still investigative.

Disclosure of Relevant Financial Relationships:  Faculty members are required to disclose all conflicts of interests and any relevant financial relationships that may affect the training content. Unless specified on Behavioral Tech Institute’s website or on other printed materials/media, none of the individuals in a position to control the content of these CE/CME activities (including planners, editors, CE/CME Review Committee members, faculty presenters, moderators/facilitators, reviewers, etc.) have any relevant financial relationships to disclose.

Notice of requirements for successful completion and CE/CME credits:   For all trainings (both in-person and remote), participants must attend 100% of the training and complete the Final Evaluation to receive a certificate of successful completion.

This includes signing in and out each day/session of the event.

Finally, participants have to pass the Post Assessment(s) with a score of 75% or higher.

CE Reprint Policy: For CEs that have already been distributed but were lost/misplaced, an administrative fee of $50 is required for all CE/CME activities after 2017, click here.

For CE reprints prior to 2017, please refer to this website.  If you have never received your CEs for the training activity, please contact support@behavioraltech.org.

LMS Course Extension Policy: To access the LMS course beyond the allotted time, participants will be charged an administrative fee. Extensions are only available for activities that occurred within six (6) months after the training had originally ended, and only one (1) extension will be provided per course. To purchase an extension please visit this website.

 

Conflicts of Interest

Refer to the information below regarding conflict of interest statements regarding our services and products.
Refer to the information below regarding conflict of interest statements regarding our services and products.
Instructor Led Trainings

Intensive Training in the Dialectical Behavior Therapy Prolonged Exposure Protocol for PTSD
Melanie Harned, PhD, receives compensation for Behavioral Tech Institute’s use of the content she produced for this training format.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Treating Adolescents with Multiple Problems
Alec Miller, PsyD, and Jill Rathus, PhD, receive compensation for Behavioral Tech Institute’s use of the content they wrote for this two-day training format.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Children (DBT-C) Training for Experienced Clinicians
Francheska Perepletchikova, PhD, receives compensation for Behavioral Tech Institute’s use of the content she produced for this training.

DBT for Complex PTSD
Martin Bohus, MD, receives compensation for Behavioral Tech Institute’s use of the content he produced for this training.

Online Training Courses - Hosted by Psychwire

DBT Skills – Online Course

The following individuals receive compensation for Behavioral Tech Institute’s use of the content they wrote for the DBT Skills Training online training course:

Marsha Linehan, PhD, ABPP

Linda Dimeff, PhD

Kelly Koerner, PhD

DBT Comprehensive – Online Courses

DBT Foundational & DBT Intensive

Adam Carmel, PhD, is a Trainer & Consultant for Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for his training activities. He is owner of, and receives profit from, CBT Access, PLLC.

Amy Gaglia Essletzbichler, MSW, is a contracted Consultant with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC, and is compensated for her consulting activities.

Amy W. Wagner, Ph.D, is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC, and receives compensation for her training activities.

Andrada D. Neacsiu, PhD, is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for her training activities.

André Ivanoff, PhD, is a Trainer and President of Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives a salary for her work with Behavioral Tech Institute.

Anthony P. DuBose, PsyD, is the Chief Training Executive & Director of CE/CME for Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and as an employee receives a salary from Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC.  He receives royalties on sales of the video, DBT at a Glance.

Carla Walton receives grant funding for investigation of DBT and receives compensation for her training activities with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC.

Clive Robins, PhD, ABPP is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for his training activities.

Dan Finnegan, MSW, is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for his training activities.

Team Formation (component of the DBT Intensive Plus)

Elizabeth Dexter-Mazza, PsyD, is the author of STEPS-A SEL Curriculum. As the author, she retains intellectual property rights and receives royalties, consulting fees, and honoraria for its use. Dr. Dexter-Mazza is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for her training and consulting activities.

Emily Cooney, PhD is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for her training activities.

Gwen Abney-Cunningham, LMSW, is a salaried employee at Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for her training activities.

Jennifer Sayrs, PhD, ABPP, is co‐Owner of Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle, PLLC (EBTCS). Dr. Sayrs is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for her training activities.

Joel Beckstead, PhD, ABPP is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for his training activities.

Mike Batcheler is a director and shareholder of DBT New Zealand, an international affiliate of the Linehan Institute. He receives fees for consultation and training in DBT.

Milton Brown, PhD is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for his training activities.

Nicholas L. Salsman, PhD, ABPP, is a Trainer & Consultant for Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for his training activities.

Nicole Kletzka, PhD, DBT-LBC receives a salary as the DBT Coordinator at the Center for Forensic Psychiatry, and receives a consulting fee for her work as a BTECH Trainer and Consultant.

Randy Wolbert LMSW, CAADC, CCS, is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for his training activities.

Robin McCann, PhD, is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for her training activities.

Ronda Oswalt Reitz, PhD, is a contractor with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC, and receives compensation for her training activities.

Sara Schmidt, PhD, is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for her training activities.

Sarah Reynolds, PhD is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for training activities.

Shireen L. Rizvi, PhD, ABPP, is a Trainer & Consultant for Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for her training activities.

Suzanne Witterholt, MD, is a contracted trainer with Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for her training activities.

Vibh Forsythe Cox, PhD, is a salaried employee at Behavioral Tech Institute, LLC and receives compensation for her training and consultation activities.

Product Statement

Approved CE/CME provider status does not imply endorsement by the provider or CE/CME boards of any products displayed in conjunction with an activity.

Other - Disclosures & Policies

Conflict of interest definition: A conflict of interest may be considered to exist if a continuing education course faculty is affiliated with, or has any significant financial interest, in any organization(s) that may have a direct interest in the subject matter of the presentation or may be co-sponsoring or offering financial support to the course. Situations involving a potential conflict of interest are not inherently bad or wrong, but in accordance with standards for continuing medical education we would like you to be aware of the affiliation/financial interest of your instructors and faculties.

Faculty Disclaimer: When an un-labelled use of a commercial product, or an investigative use not yet approved for any purpose is discussed during an educational activity, we shall require the speaker to disclose that the product is not labeled for the use under discussion or that the product is still investigative.

Disclosure of Relevant Financial Relationships:  Faculty members are required to disclose all conflicts of interests and any relevant financial relationships that may affect the training content. Unless specified on Behavioral Tech Institute’s website or on other printed materials/media, none of the individuals in a position to control the content of these CE/CME activities (including planners, editors, CE/CME Review Committee members, faculty presenters, moderators/facilitators, reviewers, etc.) have any relevant financial relationships to disclose.

Notice of requirements for successful completion and CE/CME credits:   For all trainings (both in-person and remote), participants must attend 100% of the training and complete the Final Evaluation to receive a certificate of successful completion.

This includes signing in and out each day/session of the event.

Finally, participants have to pass the Post Assessment(s) with a score of 75% or higher.

CE Reprint Policy: For CEs that have already been distributed but were lost/misplaced, an administrative fee of $50 is required for all CE/CME activities after 2017, click here.

For CE reprints prior to 2017, please refer to this website.  If you have never received your CEs for the training activity, please contact support@behavioraltech.org.

LMS Course Extension Policy: To access the LMS course beyond the allotted time, participants will be charged an administrative fee. Extensions are only available for activities that occurred within six (6) months after the training had originally ended, and only one (1) extension will be provided per course. To purchase an extension please visit this website.