- DBT is Not Always the AnswerThu, Nov 14Crowne Plaza Louisville Airport Expo CtrNov 14, 2019, 1:10 PM – 2:00 PMCrowne Plaza Louisville Airport Expo Ctr, 830 Phillips Ln, Louisville, KY 40209, USARadically Open DBT is a therapy demonstrating significant improvement for those experiencing problems such as chronic depression and treatment resistant anxiety. This session will assist Counselors in identifying who is likely to benefit and how to evaluate for maximum effectiveness.
- Mindful Curiosity: An Introduction to Radically Open DBT’s Self-EnquiryThu, Nov 14Crowne Plaza Louisville Airport Expo CtrNov 14, 2019, 9:20 AM – 10:10 AMCrowne Plaza Louisville Airport Expo Ctr, 830 Phillips Ln, Louisville, KY 40209, USARadically Open DBT is a therapy aimed at promoting connectedness, and eliminating loneliness, which can give rise to chronic depression and anxiety. This session will assist Counselors in utilizing a mindfulness skill with those that have a propensity to avoid, and get them engaged.
We believe in sharing with our colleagues and the public the knowledge we gain in our work; maybe it will help others, as they have helped us! Dr. Maynard has an extensive history of training others, such as:
Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision,
Society of Trauma Nurses,
Society of Hospital Medicine – Kentucky Chapter,
Kentucky Counseling Association,
Kentucky Statewide Trauma Symposium,
Kentucky Society of Healthcare Risk Managers,
University of Kentucky Healthcare and College of Medicine,
Eastern Kentucky University,
Cardinal Hill Hospital,
Pathways of Kentucky,
Hospice of the Bluegrass,
Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky,
He has also appeared in the documentary Halfway There (2010), on local WKYT, WTVQ, and in the Lexington Herald-Leader.
If you would like Dr. Maynard to speak or train your organization, please contact us at
Signaling Matters: Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy
RO-DBT is a new evidence-based treatment targeting a spectrum of disorders characterized by excessive self-control, such as chronic depression, treatment resistant anxiety, and cluster C personality disorders.
Learn more by watching this video, then please complete this evaluation to receive a FREE continuing education credit.