Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
By William S. Bonacker, LICSW
This consultation group is open to licensed mental health practitioners who are engaged in the treatment of persons with borderline personality disorder or a related disorder. It focuses on treatment emphasizing the Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) approach, encompassing individual psychotherapy and skills training group therapy. The group will use a mixture of modalities including: lecture, case consultation, role play, discussion of literature, group and individual treatment planning, and development of advanced training material. Cost is $35.00 per session attended. The group meets in Suite 312 of Plaza Mall South, 1919 S. 40th Street.
This group meets criteria of an approved continuing education program for 1.0 CEUs for Nebraska Licensed Mental Health Practitioners, Nebraska Certified Professional Counselors, Nebraska Certified Marriage and Family Counselors, and Nebraska Certified Master Social Workers.
Current status: Inactive
By Sheralyn Cox, MSW, Ph.D.
Group is open to mental health professionals who have completed Sherry's introductory or advanced seminars, or equivalent training. Focus will be placed upon increasing expertise in assessment and treatment of the dissociative disorders. Group participants are invited to present cases with the goal of obtaining assistance in case analysis, treatment planning, and intervention strategy selection. Cost is $35.00 per session attended. Group meets at Suite 312 of the Plaza Mall South Building, 1919 So. 40th Street.
This group meets criteria of an approved continuing education program for 1.5 CEUs for: Nebraska Licensed Mental Health Practitioners, Nebraska Certified Marriage and Family Therapists, Nebraska Certified Professional Counselors, and Nebraska Certified Master Social Workers.
Current status: Active
In psychotherapy, you and your therapist work out strategies for handling problems of daily living. Examples of problems which can be effectively addressed include depression, anxiety and panic, "flashbacks," guilt, low self-esteem, eating disorders, alcohol and drug abuse, couple and family difficulties, and general interpersonal difficulties. Additionally, psychotherapy can lead to personal growth through clarification of your thoughts and feelings about yourself, others, and events in your life.