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Join us as Karyn Hall discusses the theoretical basis and the structure of Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy.

Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy is an evidenced based treatment that is effective for disorders of overcontrol, such as treatment resistant depression, anorexia, chronic anxiety, avoidant personality disorder, and OCPD. This presentation will provide a brief introduction to the theoretical basis and the structure of the treatment.

 

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About the Speaker

Karyn Hall, PhD, Licensed Psychologist, DBT Linehan Board of Certification, Certified Clinician, Certified Coach, Certified PE Therapist, Founder/Director DBT Center of Houston

Dr. Hall has been in private practice for over twenty years and is the founder and Director of The DBT Center in Houston, Texas. The Center offers both standard and intensive DBT treatment, Radically Open DBT, Prolonged Exposure Therapy and coaching. She focuses on working with treatment resistant depression, chronic anxiety, trauma, suicidality, self-injury, eating disorders and borderline personality disorder.

An expert in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and a senior clinician in Radically Open DBT, Dr. Hall is a licensed psychologist and a certified coach. She has served as a speaker/trainer for both private and public schools on a national level and has served as a consultant for implementation of DBT in residential treatment and mental health centers. She is a DBT trainer with Treatment Implementation Collaborative and has presented workshops on a local, national and international level. She blogs for Psychology Today and PsychCentral, is co-author of The Power of Validation and author of SAVVY, Mindfulness Exercises and The Emotionally Sensitive Person. She’s on the board of directors for NEA BPD and the founder of Healing Hearts of Families annual conference.

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