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DBT Training

Croesnewydd Hall

Wrexham, Wrexham, LL13 7YP

United Kingdom

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DBT is a team-based treatment and one possibility for delivery is that DBT is offered as a programme within a programme such that a team of therapists trained in DBT offer the intervention to a group of clients who are also in receipt of other interventions. I...more

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Janet Feigenbaum
Janet Feigenbaum Dr Janet Feigenbaum is a chartered consultant clinical psychologist for North East London Foundation Trust (NELFT) and Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at University College London. She is clinical and strategic lead for personality disorder services for NELFT and clinical lead for the IMPART (Intensive Management of Personality disorders: Assessment and Recovery Team). In September 2012 IMPART was selected as one of three IAPT SMI demonstration sites for the treatment of people with a personality disorder. In addition she has recently been appointed to the role of Strategic and Clinical Lead for Evidence Based Practice in Psychological Therapies in NELFT. Read More Janet completed intensive training in DBT in Seattle in 1999/2000 while director of research for the Oscar Hill Service for personality disorder. The results of the RCT of the effectiveness for DBT for PD conducted at the Oscar Hill Service were recently published (Feigenbaum et al., 2012 - British Journal of Clinical Psychology). In 2003 she moved to NELFT and established one of the 11 National Pilot sites for personality disorder funded by NHS England. (DDART; specialising in providing DBT and CBT for individuals with PD and co-morbid substance abuse). The service was successfully devolved and merged to become IMPART. Janet is now an International trainer in DBT, providing training, supervision, and consultation in DBT and PD service development in the UK, Ireland, and Europe. Janet has recently been appointed chairman of the Board of Certification and Accreditation for the Society of DBT UK.


DBT Training Team

Janet Feigenbaum
Janet Feigenbaum Dr Janet Feigenbaum is a chartered consultant clinical psychologist for North East London Foundation Trust (NELFT) and Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at University College London. She is clinical and strategic lead for personality disorder services for NELFT and clinical lead for the IMPART (Intensive Management of Personality disorders: Assessment and Recovery Team). In September 2012 IMPART was selected as one of three IAPT SMI demonstration sites for the treatment of people with a personality disorder. In addition she has recently been appointed to the role of Strategic and Clinical Lead for Evidence Based Practice in Psychological Therapies in NELFT. Janet completed intensive training in DBT in Seattle in 1999/2000 while director of research for the Oscar Hill Service for personality disorder. The results of the RCT of the effectiveness for DBT for PD conducted at the Oscar Hill Service were recently published (Feigenbaum et al., 2012 - British Journal of Clinical Psychology). In 2003 she moved to NELFT and established one of the 11 National Pilot sites for personality disorder funded by NHS England. (DDART; specialising in providing DBT and CBT for individuals with PD and co-morbid substance abuse). The service was successfully devolved and merged to become IMPART. Janet is now an International trainer in DBT, providing training, supervision, and consultation in DBT and PD service development in the UK, Ireland, and Europe. Janet has recently been appointed chairman of the Board of Certification and Accreditation for the Society of DBT UK.


BABCP Conference 2014

Janet Feigenbaum, University College, London, UK
Dr. Feigenbaum is a senior lecturer at University College London in clinical psychology and Strategic and Clinical Lead for Personality Disorder Services in North East London NHS Foundation Trust. She was research director of the first effectiveness trial of DBT in the UK (Feigenbaum et al., 2011). Her clinical service, IMPART, was originally developed as one of the 11 National Pilot sites for Personality Disorder in the UK in 2003, and in 2011 was selected as one of the three IAPT SMI demonstration sites for personality disorder. She has been a member of the British Isles DBT training team since 2006. She is chairman of the board of Accreditation in DBT for the Society for DBT. Her current research interests are in DBT for employment and DBT for self harm in A&E.


BABCP Conference 2014

Janet Feigenbaum, University College, London, UK
Dr. Feigenbaum is a senior lecturer at University College London in clinical psychology and Strategic and Clinical Lead for Personality Disorder Services in North East London NHS Foundation Trust. She was research director of the first effectiveness trial of DBT in the UK (Feigenbaum et al., 2011). Her clinical service, IMPART, was originally developed as one of the 11 National Pilot sites for Personality Disorder in the UK in 2003, and in 2011 was selected as one of the three IAPT SMI demonstration sites for personality disorder. She has been a member of the British Isles DBT training team since 2006. She is chairman of the board of Accreditation in DBT for the Society for DBT. Her current research interests are in DBT for employment and DBT for self harm in A&E.


NEA.BPD BOARD OF DIRECTORS - Borderline Personality Disorder

Janet Feigenbaum, D.Phil.
Janet Feigenbaum, D.Phil.


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