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CBT and DBT Training


BCCNJ offers trainings to clinicians and organizations who are looking to either learn or fine tune their understanding of cognitive behavioral therapies (CBT).  CBT is a well researched form of therapy that has been shown to be helpful with children, teenagers, and adults. CBT is an evidence based intervention that helps people learn to manage many different types of problems such anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, ODD, and phobias.
We have provided trainings regarding integrating CBT in to treatment in the school setting as well in hospital and community based settings.  Our staff have also provided trainings specific to using CBT to effectively treat anxiety, PTSD, depression, behavioral parenting, setting limits with young children, and childhood behavior disorders.  We have provided trainings on mindfulness, multicultural CBT, and diagnosing and treating eating disorders. We have also provided trainings regarding incorporating DBT in to school settings.
We are passionate about training clinicians in CBT and bringing more evidence based care in to our community.  Below is a list of recent trainings offered by BCCNJ:
  • Integrating CBT Skills into Clinical Practice in School Settings
  • Integrating CBT Skills into Treatment of Anxiety
  • Diagnosing Eating Disorders and an Introduction to Evidence Based Interventions
  • Incorporating Mindfulness into Treatment
  • Multicultural CBT
  • Integrating CBT Skills into the treatment of trauma
  • Introduction to Utilizing DBT skills in Schools: Biosocial theory, Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance
  • Introduction to Utilizing DBT skills in Schools: Distress Tolerance and Emotion Regulation 
  • Introduction to Utilizing DBT skills in Schools: Interpersonal Effectiveness
  • CBT Consultation for Mental Health Clinicians
  • CBT Consultation for Mental Health Supervisors
  • DBT Consultation for Mental Health Clinicians
  • DBT Consultation for Mental Health Supervisors
  • Assertiveness Training for Young People
  • DBT Skills in Schools: Skills Building and Consultation Session for Mental Health Providers
  • CBT Skills in Schools: Skills Building and Consultation Session for MH Providers
  • Behavioral Consultation for Parents and Teachers
  • Utilizing Evidence-Based Interventions to Treat School Refusal
  • School-Based Prevention Intervention for Eating Disorders
  • Clinical Work with Boys and Young Men in School Settings
  • Eating Disorders, body Image, Well being, and the Impact of Media
  • Teacher Child Interaction Therapy (TCIT)
  • Helping Students and Families Navigate School Based Academic and Emotional Supports, IEP/504 Processes, and other School Accommodations
  • Best Practices in Peer Mediation in School Settings
  • Evidence-Based Interventions for the Treatment of Depression in Teens
  • An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Approach to managing the stress of the pandemic
  • An introduction to trauma focused CBT
  • Art Therapy Interventions for Children & Adolescents
  • Evidence-Based Interventions (EBIs) in Mental Health Treatment: Consultation Session for MH Providers
  • Evidence-Based  Strategies for Working with LGBTQ+ youth and their families.
  • Executive Functioning Interventions for Youths
  • Supporting your Students through the Bereavement Process
  • Clinical Applications to Evidence-Based Interventions for Teens Who Use Substances
  • Group Therapy: An Evidence-Based Intervention for Teens in School Settings
We are happy to develop a curriculum that best fits your organizations’ needs. If you are interested in learning more about our CBT and DBT trainings, please contact Dr. Lander Miller at 973-660-0700 or
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