Frequently Asked Questions
The training is for mental health professionals: psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, and other health practitioners who have experience of working with early adversity and trauma.
Yes, it’s a two-day training. There is an expectation that you attend both days to complete the training.
Therapists who have completed DBR Introduction training can
- start practising DBR
- join a two-hour monthly DBR consultation group
- attend a Deepening into DBR Practicum Series
- attend Level 2 DBR for Attachment Shock and Wounding training
- attend a DBR and Alexander Technique workshop.
Therapists who have completed DBR Introduction can attend DBR for Attachment Shock and Wounding training.
This training is suitable for therapists with experience of working with dissociative disorders and who have a good grounding in DBR theory and practice. It is open to therapists who have completed the DBR Introduction and DBR for Attachment Shock and Wounding trainings, and who attend DBR supervision.
The training includes the underlying theory of DBR, demonstrations by volunteers and practicums.
Yes, if you feel you need some support with residual processing, we can provide a list of therapists.
No, you can take the trainings at a pace that suits you.
Yes, the training is online. Participants receive a Zoom meeting link a few days before.
The theory is recorded, and the recording is available to participants for one year.
Trainings are typically 12.30pm to 8pm UK time (time zone converter). If these times are not suitable and you have a group of therapists who are keen to be trained, please contact us to discuss alternative format and timings.
Yes, participants receive an attendance certificate.
Participants receive a copy of the presentation, practicum directions and a recording of the theory which is available for one year after the live training.
You will be refunded if you cancel 14 days or more before the date of the training.
You will be offered an alternative date if you cancel less than 14 days before the date of the training.
There is no credit or refund if no notice of cancellation is received before the date of the training.
There is no refund for partial hours if you are only able to attend a portion of the training.
Where a training is cancelled due to trainer illness or other unforeseen circumstances, you will receive a full refund.
A certification process for DBR is in development.