“Inclusive Perspectives: What DBT Can Teach Us About Effective Engagement With People With Co-occurring Intellectual Disabilities and Mental Illness”
Hosted by the WashU Brown School of Social Work and the Center for Mental Health Services Research
This webinar presents a brief research overview regarding people with Intellectual Disabilities and Mental Illness, and a discussion of why Dialectical Behavior Therapy is effective for people with this population. The talk will include application examples of effective validation and coaching.
This program is part of the Inclusive Perspectives series, which shares lived experience, practitioner expertise, and research findings regarding the inclusion of people with disabilities.
Register online to receive Zoom information on the morning of the event. You can also join us during the live stream.
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