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Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills for COD

This four session in-depth training series is for clinicians or administrators implementing DBT on some level at their organization. This is a more active series where homework will be assigned, and expectations will be set at the first session. If you are new to DBT for co-occurring disorders, you might consider the Co-occurring Disorder (COD) Treatment Intensive Training instead. If you know you cannot attend all sessions, it is encouraged that you wait to register until the next series.

Dates: Wednesday, April 5 - April 26, 2023
Time: 10 - 12:00 p.m.
CEU: 2 per session*

This series will be offered in Spring and Summer 2023 and two sessions in the Fall 2023.

Topics and Dates

April 5: DBT Overview and Core Mindfulness Skills

April 12: Emotion Regulation Skills

April 19: Distress Tolerance Skills

April 26: Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills


All trainings will be held through Zoom. Registration is required and once completed, a confirmation email will be sent to you. Register for the DBT Skills Training Course here.

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Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills for COD CEU Information

The Evidence-Based Practice Center (EBPC) of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry is authorized as a sponsor of Continuing Education Units. The EBPC maintains responsibility for this program. Please pay attention to the following distinctions regarding CEUs alloted per session.

*The Evidence-Based Practice Center of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry certifies that this individual meets the criteria for the following 2 Continuing Education Credits (Category I) for Social Workers/2 Continuing Education (CE) for Psychologists/2 Continuing Education Units (Category A) for Professional Counselors and Therapists; and Alcohol and Drug Counselors and 2 Continuing Education Units for Recovery Peer Specialists.

Also, you must log in through the webinar platform to be eligible for a certificate. Participants who call-in-only are not eligible for CEUs or COAs.

BHA sponsors this training free of charge to eligible Maryland-based provider staff through the University of Maryland School of Medicine Training and Evidence-Based Practice Centers. We are committed to making these trainings accessible to all eligible providers. If you represent an eligible provider agency and would like to discuss accommodations for your staff including requesting training at or closer to your facility, please email us at and provide your agency name, address, and the email address for a contact person.