The Good Life Skills (DBT) Group
A practical approach to improving quality of life, based on the principles of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
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The Life Well Lived online DBT program is a low cost, self-paced online skills training program based on the principles of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and facilitated by Clinical Psychologist Jules Rademeyer. Jules has advanced training in DBT through BehaviourTech, and experience facilitating both group and one-on-one DBT in multiple services and contexts, both online and in person. This program covers all main skills in the four modules of DBT: core mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness; facilitated in an easily accessible, engaging manner through video content, exercises, handouts, and quizzes.
The Life Well Lived program is useful as a stand-alone option for individuals who would like to utilise DBT, but are not able to access group or one-on-one treatment, or need to fit DBT into their busy lifestyle. It is also a fantastic starting point for those wishing to dip their toes in without the cost and time investment of a 12-month DBT program. Further, it is suitable for those who are already engaging in one-on-one therapy, and would like some additional skills training to improve therapy outcomes. The program is fully self-paced, and can be fit into a lunch-time routine, a weekend of learning, or an evening practice. Participants gain access to the program for six weeks, and can review and revisit content as needed. The recommended time commitment is around 5 – 7 hours, as well as skills practice suited to each individual’s schedule.
This course will be helpful for anyone wanting to learn more about how to manage stress, improve relationships, understand and manage their emotional world, and build a purposeful and meaningful life.
Facilitator: Jules Rademeyer is a fully qualified Clinical Psychologist. She has a particular interest in DBT and has completed Advanced DBT training through Behavioral Tech. Jules has facilitated numerous DBT groups and delivers the core DBT information and skills in a fun and engaging format, making the groups enjoyable and effective.
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(02) 9713 9265