Use these helpful resources to learn more about RO DBT
Micro Analytic Supervision
Supervisors are able to provide in-person or online supervision. Typically they review a tape of a treatment session together with you and provide feedback and answer questions. Supervision can be accessed worldwide. Hope Arnold provides supervision to therapists on weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly schedules.
Radically Open Ltd. is an approved sponsor of the APA. Hope Arnold is an approved trainer for many of the trainings for the organization. Click here for a list of approved trainings.
Additionally Hope Arnold offers tailored group trainings in 1, 3 or 6 hour CE increments for organizations upon request.
The RO DBT Blended Learning program is the equivalent of the RO DBT Intensive Training course, but delivered via on-demand webinars and one 3-day in-person workshop. Click here for prices and enrollment.
Intensive RO DBT Training
In Person - Houston - Date TBD, rescheduled due to Covid
35 APA CE
This intensive training is a two-part fast-track programme at the intermediate training level (e.g., post-doctoral level training for psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists), consisting of 2 x 5-day in-person workshops. After completing the intensive training, practitioners may choose to progress to advanced level training and supervision.
Intro to RO DBT
Online - Date TBD
APA CE credits available
This 3 hour live webinar gives mental health practitioners (e.g. psychology, psychiatry, social work, mental health nursing) who are not yet familiar with RO DBT and overview of what type of treatment RO DBT is. The aim is for clinicians to be able to make a more informed decision after attending this webinar on whether or not RO DBT is suitable for their clients and whether they want to learn how to practice RO DBT.
Research on RO DBT
Selected Research Links to Articles on RO DBT
Here are some of the most requested research articles on various treatment outcomes for RO DBT and various mental health disorders treated by RO DBT. Click here for a link to all research articles on RO DBT.
1 Qualitative sharing and connecting with peers
2 Single-case study with adults
3 Adolescent restrictive eating