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The Behav­ioral Research and Ther­apy Clin­ics (BRTC) is a clin­i­cal research cen­ter focus­ing pri­mar­ily on the devel­op­ment and eval­u­a­tion of psy­chother­a­pies for indi­vid­u­als with severe and chronic per­son­al­ity dis­or­ders.  The research, which has been funded by the National Insti­tute of Health, the Bor­der­line Per­son­al­ity Dis­or­der Research Foun­da­tion, the Ben­nett Fam­ily Foun­da­tion and oth­ers, focuses on the under­stand­ing, assess­ment, and treat­ment of sui­ci­dal behav­iors, drug addic­tion and of Bor­der­line Per­son­al­ity Dis­or­der. The pri­mary treat­ment under devel­op­ment at the BRTC is termed Dialec­ti­cal Behav­ior Ther­apy, which is a cog­ni­tive behav­ioral treat­ment devel­oped by Dr. Mar­sha M. Line­han.  The BRTC is a free-standing unit at the Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton whose funding-to-date has been through research grants and con­sult­ing income gen­er­ated by research staff.  »Read more 

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The Behav­ioral Research and Ther­apy Clin­ics (BRTC) is a clin­i­cal research cen­ter focus­ing pri­mar­ily on the devel­op­ment and eval­u­a­tion of psy­chother­a­pies for indi­vid­u­als with severe and chronic per­son­al­ity dis­or­ders.  The research, which has been funded by the National Insti­tute of Health, the Bor­der­line Per­son­al­ity Dis­or­der Research Foun­da­tion, the Ben­nett Fam­ily Foun­da­tion and oth­ers, focuses on the under­stand­ing, assess­ment, and treat­ment of sui­ci­dal behav­iors, drug addic­tion and of Bor­der­line Per­son­al­ity Dis­or­der. The pri­mary treat­ment under devel­op­ment at the BRTC is termed Dialec­ti­cal Behav­ior Ther­apy, which is a cog­ni­tive behav­ioral treat­ment devel­oped by Dr. Mar­sha M. Line­han.  The BRTC is a free-standing unit at the Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton whose funding-to-date has been through research grants and con­sult­ing income gen­er­ated by research staff.  »Read more

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NEW! Mar­sha Linehan’s Updated Skills Manuals

DBT_Skills_Training

For Ther­a­pists. Pro­vides vital tools for imple­ment­ing DBT skills train­ing. The teach­ing notes and repro­ducible hand­outs and work­sheets used for over two decades by hun­dreds of thou­sands of prac­ti­tion­ers have been sig­nif­i­cantly revised and expanded to reflect impor­tant research and clin­i­cal advances. To be released Autumn 2014. Click here for 20% off.

 

 

 

DBT_Handouts

For Clients. Fea­tures more than 225 user-friendly hand­outs and work­sheets, to be used by clients in dialec­ti­cal behav­ior ther­apy (DBT) skills train­ing groups or indi­vid­ual ther­apy. All of the hand­outs and work­sheets dis­cussed in Mar­sha M. Linehan’s DBT Skills Train­ing Man­ual, Sec­ond Edi­tion, are pro­vided, together with brief intro­duc­tions to each mod­ule writ­ten expressly for clients. To be released Autumn 2014. Click here for 20% off.


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DBT Launches in Ireland

Dialec­ti­cal Behav­ior Ther­apy has had a pro­found impact on pop­u­la­tions in the Cork region of Ire­land since its imple­men­ta­tion there in 2010, and the ther­apy is now spread­ing across the coun­try as a suc­cess­ful treat­ment for sui­ci­dal and self-harming behav­iors. Read more

  1. DBT Featured in Green Bay’s Local Paper Comments Off
  2. Marsha Linehan wins James McKeen Cattell Award Comments Off
  3. Anita Lungu wins SSCP award Comments Off
  4. Honor student, Kay Chai, wins award and scholarship Comments Off
  5. Marsha Linehan recipient of two awards Comments Off
  6. Graduate student Erin Ward-Ciesielski wins prestigious award Comments Off
  7. DBT Featured in New York Times Comments Off
  8. Erin Ward-Ciesielski multiple award recipient Comments Off
  9. Article on our CARES research on the Seattle Children Hospital (SCH) website Comments Off