DBT Summer Course 2017
Get Emotionally Savvy this Summer! Learn Emotion Regulation and Mindfulness Skills, Distress Tolerance and Interpersonal Effectiveness in our intensive 6-week DBT summer course in Jerusalem.
In just 6 weeks you will learn practical skills for controlling your emotional behavior so that you can function more effectively. This is helpful for anyone who struggles to control their emotions or who is prone to anxiety or depression, impulsive, addictive and self-harming behaviors, and dysregulated eating.
Machon Dvir is offering this high-intensity, 6-week DBT summer program comprising two 3-hour group sessions each week. Individual therapy can also be added if required (at additional cost).
Group participants will also receive the Mentegram App to enables them to complete regular questionnaires about their feelings between sessions, either using the app on their smartphone or by email. This will enable the treating team to regularly monitor participants between sessions.
Dr. Tova Lane PsyD earned her doctorate in psychology from the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University, focusing on Community and School Psychology. She is certified in Trauma-Focused CBT from the Medical University of South Carolina and has worked extensively in psychiatric hospitals, clinics, and outpatients centers throughout the New York region. She is a Board Certified School Psychologist, and she developed community mental health intervention programs and provided consultation services to Orthodox Jewish day schools in Monsey. Dr. Lane was an adjunct professor, teaching courses on psychiatric disorders at Rutgers University and Brooklyn College, before moving to Jerusalem in 2015 to work at the Israel Center for the Treatment of Psychotrauma and at the Dvir Institute. Dr. Lane’s therapeutic approach involves integrating a psychodynamic and DBT model of treatment.
DBT SUMMER COURSE DATES: Monday July 17th in our Jerusalem clinic (located opposite First Station) until Wednesday August 23rd 2017.
Course dates are subject to confirmation, and separate groups for men and women will run subject to sufficient demand.
For information about fees and for registration: Contact us at office(at)machondvir.org or 02-625-2527