On Demand Neuropsychiatric Workshop Series: Adaptions in Psychotherapy: Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Training for Individuals with Brain Injury
This presentation was originally reviewed on July 20, 2022, and broadcast live online on July 22, 2022, from 1:oo PM – 4:15 PM ET.
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Neuropsychiatric consequences that follow a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be debilitating from behavioral, cognitive, and emotional standpoints. Individuals with TBI can also suffer from impulsivity, leading to problems like loss of jobs and troubles in their interpersonal relationships. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a psychotherapy originally used to treat individuals with borderline personality disorder and chronic suicidality. In general, research has supported that standard DBT is effective for people experiencing chronic emotion dysregulation and complex-difficult to treat mental health problems. Given the strong focus in DBT on teaching and generalizing new skill as well as the importance placed on providers balancing acceptance and change, an adapted DBT treatment presents itself as an appropriate therapeutic approach for individuals with TBI. This presentation will discuss an adapted DBT-informed psychotherapy, strongly focused on patient skills acquisition, improves the way patients with TBI function and cope with their lives, specifically in their ability to cope with stress, emotion regulation capabilities, connectedness with their social supports, and overall satisfaction in life.
This activity is intended for physicians, nurses, psychologists, social workers, counselors, and other mental health professionals.
After this lecture, registrants will be able to:
- Identify executive skills dysfunction in individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI).
- Define components of standard Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) that apply to TBI.
- Demonstrate the ability to use adapted DBT skills training with people with executive dysfunction.
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About These Speakers
Andrea Gottlieb (she/her) is a psychologist and Clinical Director of a new Baltimore area location of a psychotherapy practice, The Bethesda Group. Dr. Gottlieb is a DBT-Linehan Board of Certification, Certified Clinician.
Dr. Gottlieb earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver, where she focused her studies on the development of depression and nonsuicidal self-injury. She completed her predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School. Dr. Gottlieb then joined Sheppard Pratt, where she started and directed the Comprehensive Outpatient DBT Program. She additionally served as co-founder of the Sheppard Pratt LGBTQ+ Inclusivity Committee.
Dr. Gottlieb has presented on DBT numerous times, taught many students and staff DBT principles and skills, published over a dozen articles on depression and self-harm in peer reviewed journals, and consults about DBT locally and nationally. Dr. Gottlieb also serves as a supervisor for psychiatry residents in the University of Maryland/Sheppard Pratt psychiatry residency program, where she trains residents in DBT.
Sarah Loeffler, LCSW-C is a clinical social worker in the Neuropsychiatry Program at Sheppard Pratt, specializing in concussion and traumatic brain injury treatment. She earned her Masters of Social Work from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. She has worked with individuals with concussion and TBI and their families for over 25 years, providing individual and family therapy in outpatient settings over the continuum of rehabilitation. Her approach to treatment is one that focuses on problem solving, psychoeducation, and a cognitive rehabilitation approach to compensatory strategies to manage aspects of emotional and cognitive functioning post-concussion and TBI..
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Andrea Gottlieb, PhD, reports that she has no relationships with any entity producing, marketing, selling, re-selling, or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients during the past 24 months. She will not discuss any products, services, or off-label uses in this presentation.
Sarah Loeffler, LCSW-C, reports that she has no relationships with any entity producing, marketing, selling, re-selling, or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients during the past 24 months. She will not discuss any products, services, or off-label uses in this presentation.
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Neuropsychiatric Workshop: Adaptions in Psychotherapy: Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Training for Individuals with Brain Injury
Andrea Gottlieb, PhD
The Bethesda Group
Sarah Loeffler, LCSW-C
Clinical Social Worker
Originally reviewed July 20, 2022.
Originally broadcast live July 22, 2022, from 1:00PM- 4:15PM ET
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