News at Abri

Abri therapists with RO DBT developer Dr. Thomas Lynch, his wife Erica and RO DBT trainer Dr. Nicole Little at the RO DBT intensive in Salt Lake City in October.

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In September, LiLin and Kirsten travelled to France for the second bi-annual Radically Open DBT Senior Clinician Retreat at Tom and Erica’s lovely home, Les Palmousses. The learning was rich, as was connecting and laughing with senior clinicians from throughout the US and England over delicious local food and wine on the terrace. We left feeling grateful for the experience and our community.

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On April 5, 2019, LiLin and Kirsten threw an open house to celebrate Abri Radically Open DBT.  The treatment founder, Dr. Thomas Lynch and his wife Erica were on hand to help us celebrate as well as dozens of beloved friends, family members and colleagues who came out to wish us well.  As we say in RO, “we are better together.”

 

On April 13, 2019, several members of the senior clinician team gathered at Opal Food and Body Wellness in Seattle (thanks to the generosity of our host and fellow senior clinician – Dr. Lexi Gilbin) to consult, do self-enquiry and to produce a training film.  Much fun was had.