Clinicians who treat people diagnosed with eating disorders, substance abuse, and other co-occurring conditions face unique challenges. To be effective in these cases, clinicians may need to utilize a combination of therapeutic approaches.
In this two-hour continuing education web conference for mental health professionals, Greg Holich, MS, LPC will explain how incorporating the principles and skills from both Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) can enhance therapeutic interventions for co-occurring conditions.
Greg will highlight how clinicians can approach dialectical dilemmas when helping an individual experiencing co-occurring disorders through the ACT model of psychological flexibility. He will include a didactic presentation of skills and concepts in addition to practical interventions clinicians can implement into their practice.
This intermediate instructional level web conference is designed to help clinicians:
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Greg Holich, MS, LPC facilitates daily Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) skills training groups with adults and adolescents, including one-on-one skills coaching. He coordinates Timberline Knolls’ DBT program, which includes training new clinical staff and overseeing the daily operation of the DBT team.
Prior to joining Timberline Knolls, Greg worked as a resident advisor in DuPage County for adults with long-term mental illness. He also provided case management services to individuals with severe mental illness in an assisted living facility. In addition, he worked with at-risk adolescent girls with developmental disabilities in a partial hospitalization program.
Greg received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from North Central College and a Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology from Benedictine University.
For more information about Greg and his work, please visit www.timberlineknolls.com.