Wildwood Farm's National DBT Training
by Eric Schmidt
September 9-10, 2019
Madison Beach Hotel
Eric Schmidt, MSW, LICSW, MBA leads Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) trainings throughout the United States and Wildwood Farm is proud to bring him here to the northeast for the first time. This two day event is invaluable to both the DBT certified clinician and those just beginning in their professional development with DBT.
Eric Schmidt has worked in the behavioral health and substance abuse field for the past 20 years. He served primarily in key executive level positions for community-based behavioral health care/substance abuse treatment organizations.
Eric boasts both a Masters of Science in Social Work and a Masters of Business Administration. Besides his business and administrative success, Eric, as a Licensed Mental Health Therapist, personally provides a variety of clinical services, such as individual, group, and family treatment, diagnostic assessments, and psychosocial assessments utilizing a range of techniques and theoretical designs. Further, Eric is adjunct faculty for the University of Utah School of Social Work, where he teaches a variety of clinical and professional development courses. He has utilized marketing, sales, and management skills to dramatically amplify revenues and operations for many of the agencies for which he has worked.
Eric is also excited to be at the helm of New Roads Behavioral Health. New Roads family of treatment programs are based upon a holistic, community-focused treatment approach, with a foundation in research and results. New Roads has residential treatment, transitional living, and outpatient options for their clients.
The training will take place on September 9 & 10 from 8:30am - 5:00pm each day. The cost of the training is $100 per person which includes complimentary breakfast & lunch both days. And Monday night attendees are cordially invited to attend 5:30pm cookout at Wildwood Farm.
Appreciates the support of our Networking Sponsors:
Driftwood, High Watch Recovery Center,
The Refuge and Futures of Palm Beach.