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School of DBT


BPD/ERD/DBT and other Related courses in self paced program! Do at your own pace in the comfort of your own home!  Interactive, fun, informed and developed by healthcare practitioners with lived experience providing unparalleled support and a wonderfully unique understanding.

Check out our Coping with Covid using DBT Skills online interactive do at your own pace course today.  No prerequisites required.  It’s too good not to share!  Send it to your friends and family by clicking on the three dots top right corner and then everyone will learn together.

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Currently we have the following online do at your own pace courses:

All of the following courses (below) are currently being developed.  We are looking for feedback on interest so as to help us prioritize our efforts.  Please fill out the following form and let us know what courses you will likely sign up for.  This list also ensures that you will be notified as soon as the course(s) are made available.

  • Addiction – What is it and how to overcome
  • Validation tips and tricks (Invaluable/a must have for families/friends of persons with ERD) – have your relationship now. Don’t wait.  For those who need help immediately on how to talk to your loved one without making the situation worse. (Coming Soon)
  • Finding your self compassion companion:  A course on Self Compassion
  • Healing from Vicarious Trauma
  • Newly Diagnosed BPD :  What next!!! A course for families as well as those who have been newly diagnosed.
  • Thriving in the  Workplace using DBT Skills

Dialectical Dispatches

Dialectical Living at Mindfest 2019

Mindfest

DBT Training with Shelley McMain – UofT School of Social Work and CAMH

Shelley McMain and Dialectical Living 6

Driving home the skills!

”http://www.dialecticalliving.ca/?p=2059”

Try on your wise mind!

wise mind

Dialectical Living at Addiction Concert in Washington DC – Unite to Face Addiction Oct. 4th 2015 – The day the silence ends!