3 Ways to Integrate DBT Skills into Your Music Therapy Practice.
DBT skills and music intervention ideas that you can start using right away in your music therapy practice to support even your most difficult clients without feeling like pulling your hair out.
Skills to help you in your own life so you can get through difficult times, communicate effectively, and be a role model for those around you.
How to communicate effectively with other providers so that they collaborate with you in treatment
How to be one of the trained music therapists in this field so you can take your practice to the next level while supporting your clients in creating a life worth living.
Webinar Host- Deborah Spiegel is a leading expert in the field of DBT Informed Music Therapy. (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) She has presented workshops and delivered trainings on music therapy and DBT skills nationwide since 2009. In addition to being director of The Spiegel Academy, Deborah is author of "Music Activities & More for Teaching DBT Skills and Enhancing Any Therapy" and a new book "Creative DBT Activities Using Music: Interventions for Enhancing Engagement and Effectiveness in Therapy" which came out with Jessica Kingsley on March 19, 2020. Deborah is super passionate about supporting music therapists in integrating DBT into their work to expand the reach of our profession into this arena. Since the time that she was first introduced to DBT in 2001, the amount of research on DBT and its effectiveness with various populations has exploded as has the popularity of its use. The need for trained music therapists in this field is growing.