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Additional Evidence-Based Training Opportunities

In collaboration with Wisconsin Department of Health Services, the Behavioral Health Training Partnership is pleased to offer virtual and online trainings for mental health professionals and health care providers supporting individuals who are in their community. These unique training opportunities are made possible through grant funding from the Department of Health Services to promote best practice and evidence-based techniques in recognizing, assessing and managing suicidal thoughts and behaviors.

Course Registration

If you have any questions, please contact the BHTP office at 920-465-2101 or


Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Virtual Workshops

DBT is an evidence-based psychotherapy that has been proven effective with a multitude of behavioral health challenges, including borderline personality disorder, suicidality and self-harm, mood disorders, and substance use.  Interested participants can attend one, multiple, or all sessions.  All sessions are being taught by DBT certified clinicians, through the DBT - Linehan Board of Certification.  Find detailed trainer biographies here.

Adolescent DBT 

(Participants must register for Part One and Part Two)
This two-part workshop will focus on and discuss the development of adolescent DBT, core adaptations to DBT  for adolescents, adolescent DBT outpatient modes of treatment, inclusion of caregivers in adolescent DBT, obtaining commitment for treatment, applying biosocial theory to adolescents and their families, adolescent primary targets for individual and group, skills training structure and format and orientation module.  The workshop will also discuss additions or changes to core mindfulness, distress tolerance, walking the middle path, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. 

Trainer: Henry Boeh, Ph.D

Receive 4.0 Continuing Education Hours each.  The interested participant must sign up for both Part 1 and Part 2.
Date Location Fee
Part Two:

September 21, 2020

8:30am - 12:30pm
Virtual Learning via Blackboard Collaborate Ultra Registration is closed