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Openness Module - Fridays @ 10.30am

This module teaches self-enquiry, engaging in novel behaviour, understanding our coping, forgiveness, as well as managing envy and bitterness.
  • Up to 8 attendees

    and 2 facilitators
  • 2.5 hour sessions

    at Essentia Health Clinic
  • 27 hours

    Course duration
  • 4 Ebooks

    Free of charge
    What you are going to learn

    Openness Module

    This 10 week module explores the concept of self enquiry and teaching a range of strategies to enhance openness and a range of useful skills! Self-enquiry is a type of mindfulness practice from radically open dialectical behaviour therapy (RO-DBT) used to help people learn about themselves and the ways they interact with the world and others around them. Self-enquiry within this module will include engaging in novel behaviour, understanding our coping, forgiveness, as well as managing envy and bitterness to develop openness.

    You will learn:

    • To expand on self-enquiry techniques
    • To engage in novel behaviour
    • To enhance & understand our coping
    • To manage envy and bitterness
    • To develop openness
    Our RO-DBT SKILLS teachers

    Meet our team

    Tanya Kilmartin
    RO-DBT Facilitator & Clinical Psychologist
     Tanya is a board (AHPRA) registered Clinical psychologist with a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology. She has a history of working with personality disorders and using both group and individual therapy. She is passionate about developing a warm and supportive relationship with clients and providing them with evidence-based treatment for eating disorders, eating, weight and body image related difficulties and mental health conditions more broadly. Tanya is committed to providing evidence-based eating disorder treatments for adults and adolescents in the community. 
    Joanne Tweed
    RO-DBT Facilitator & Mental Health Nurse
    Dr. Peter King
    Clinical Director, Australian DBT Institute
    Peter and the Australian DBT Institute team will contribute to this skills class through the recording of role plays and other content to support the acquisition of essential RO-DBT skills. Peter is the developer of Stabilisation Based Therapy which uses a Trauma Informed DBT approach used during the Stabilisation Phase of treatment. His PhD explored effective therapeutic interventions for individuals with extreme emotion dysregulation. He educates and supervises mental health professionals in trauma informed approaches and stabilisation based approaches including DBT.