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Brief DBT Interventions with Emerging Adults: Practical Tools and Techniques

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A Virtual CEU Seminar

February 3, 2023

12:00 - 1:30 PM MST

A description of Brief DBT-based interventions for emerging adults with an emphasis on anxiety, depression, and addressing safety concerns. Learn about a framework for helping clients make sense of symptoms along with tools and other resources for use in tolerating distress and regulating emotions during and between sessions.

  • Describe the four modules of DBT

  • Identify at least three scholarly sources of support that contribute to the evidence base for DBT

  • Review a model to quickly enhance clients' understanding of mental health symptoms

  • Name three resources to help emerging adults practice and master DBT skills between sessions

Presented by Stacey Krauss, Psy.D., ABPP and Jessica Brubaker, LPC, NCC, Moderated by Rachel Rubenstein, LCSW

Dr. Stacey Krauss joined the Transitions Counseling and Consulting family as the Owner and CEO after 10 years of active-duty service as a psychologist in the U.S. Army. She is the recipient of a Bronze Star Medal, a Combat Action Badge, and multiple Meritorious Service Medals. She is also a double diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology with certifications in both Clinical and Organizational Psychology. Dr. Krauss’ professional experience has included executive-level management roles leading diverse behavioral health teams as well as designing and directing an APA-accredited doctoral internship program. Dr. Krauss also holds an MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Jessica Brubaker, LPC is the Director of Training at Transitions Counseling and Consulting and one of its founding members. She is a graduate from Grand Canyon University where she progressed to her current faculty position in the Undergraduate Department. Jessica's specialties include mental health care with adolescents and self-care for helping professionals. Due to her expertise, Jessica is frequently invited to speak at both regional and national conferences and has given a popular Ted Talk on self-care. When she is not working in a clinical capacity, Jessica is passionate about spreading the word about self-care through her blog and podcast, Brutiful Journey.

Rachel Rubenstein, LCSW is a therapist and co-owner of The Counseling Consultants. Rachel's clinical interests include working with young children and adolescents, families of divorce, and assisting others in healing from trauma. She is also the Board Chair of the Scottsdale Youth and Community Coalition. Rachel speaks and writes on a variety of topics including Adolescent specific issues as well as general Mental Health Wellness.