MASP 2017 Fall Conference
Advancing School Mental Health Support
- Explain what systems and supports must be in place to implement school based DBT (SB-DBT) with fidelity and how SB-DBT operationalizes mental health interventions within a multi-tiered system of support.
- Learn the theory, assumptions, and principles associated with DBT.
- Learn the five basic skill units within the SB-DBT.
- Examine concrete program elements and supports for SB-DBT programs including practitioner training, supervision, student and family orientation protocols, and fidelity.
- Participants will learn the components of the Distillation and Matching model and how it applies to the common elements perspective of evidence-based practice.
- Participants will be able to synthesize common elements information to build visual models of progress and practice monitoring for individual students.
- Participants will practice applying common elements of evidence-based practices, including describing adaptations for the school context.
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