Adopting a DBT Worldview to Enhance Self-Care 


Presented by Hannah Elias, MA, LMHC 

Wise Mind Academy


Friday, March 1st, 2024

11:45 AM  Login (Zoom link will be in your confirmation email after you register)

12:00 - 1:30 PM: Training


Sarah Harper
Rainier Springs

Hannah is co-founder of Wise Mind Academy which focuses on supervision, consultation, and training of helping professionals. Wise Mind Academy provides support and empowerment to helpers to reduce burnout, increase motivation, and foster increased work satisfaction. Her private practice focuses on helping individuals with emotion regulation difficulties, body image problems, eating disorders, and women’s issues. She is also an adjunct faculty member at Gonzaga University’s Master in Clinical Counseling program, teaching a course on Trauma, Crisis, and Grief counseling and utilizing DBT as an intervention.

In this training participants will learn how adopting a Dialectical Behavior Therapy worldview can enhance self-care, prevent burnout, reduce symptoms of compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma, and reignite passion for your career.

Learner Objectives

  1. Identification of Risks: Participants will be identifying the possible risks to helping professionals, as well as identifying symptoms and contributing factors to those risks.
  2. Self-Care: Participants will be able to define self-care, identify common self-care practices and the connection of DBT skills to self-care practice.
  3. DBT Worldview to Enhance Self-Care: Participants will learn how DBT worldview can enhance their current self-care practice. They will learn how to apply these practices to the four levels of self-care: individual, team, organization, and society.

Register today for 1.5 hr CEUs!

1.5 CEU's will be awarded to social workers, counselors and marraige and family therapists at no charge upon completion of the training, comprehension quiz and evaluation. Please contact your board for specifics on requirements for your license or certification.