Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy National Conference

7th Edition
Resilience and Trauma
16-17 June 2022
Online Exclusively

Strategies in Behavioral Dialectical Therapy to improve the resilience of therapists and patients

Andrada Neacșiu is a clinical psychologist, director of the Behavioral Medicine program within the Department of Family Medicine and director of the ChANT laboratory within the Department of Psychiatry, Duke University Medical Center. He is also president of the International Society for the Development and Dissemination of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (ISITDBT). His interests are primarily psychological interventions to manage emotional experiences that interfere with well-being. As a clinical psychologist, Dr. Neacșiu specializes in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy (CBT) for adults who report a variety of mental health issues, including personality disorders, affective disorders, anxiety, eating, trauma, problems. related to stress, adaptation or impulse control. Her approach in psychotherapy is based on collaborative work with patients to identify their particular therapeutic and life goals and to implement scientifically validated interventions to achieve these goals. As a trainer, Dr. Neacșiu trained clinicians, students, psychologists and psychiatrists in the effective application of CBT and DBT in their clinical practice. As a researcher, he focuses on optimizing psychotherapies and developing neurostimulation treatments for emotional regulation difficulties. Dr. Neacșiu considers that the research activity helps her to keep up with the latest developments that she can then apply in clinical practice, just as working with patients constantly informs her about research.

Radu Șoflău


Esther Deblinger


Amy Chisholm


Steve A. Johnson

preconference Workshop

Anke Ehlers

Keynote / Workshop

Ruth Malkinson


Andrada Neacșiu


Daniel David


Lia Oltean


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This Event was organized with the support of the Cluj-Napoca Local Council and its Office for Social and Medical Care