Join us for a FREE informational session on Wednesday, December 6 at 4pm CST to learn more about this opportunity for a fully-funded intensive training series for your school with DBT in Schools.
DBT STEPS-A (Skills Training for Emotional Problem Solving for Adolescents) is a unique SEL curriculum that offers a preventive, universal approach for teaching emotion regulation skills and coping strategies to middle and high school-aged adolescents. The curriculum provides easy-to-use manualized lessons and student handouts for implementation by general education teachers.
- Complete this form if you would like to attend a free one-hour information & interest session to learn more.
- Learn more about this initiative by reading our Case Examples Report, which details the experiences of two selected participant schools from 2020-21.
In collaboration with staff from WAFCA, the Coalition has provided a series of DBT in Schools training opportunities and consultation hours to selected applicant schools three years in a row. This year (2023-24) is likely our final year. If you are interested, now is the time to get involved!
The following schools have implemented DBT in Schools via this initiative.
- Dr. Rosa-Minoka Hill School, Green Bay Area Public Schools
- Riverview School, Silver Lake J1 School District
- Oak Creek High School, Oak Creek-Franklin Joint School District
- Parkview Middle School, Ashwaubenon School District
- Audubon Technology and Communication Middle School, Milwaukee Public Schools
- Arcadia High School, School District of Arcadia
- Bullen Middle School, Bradford High School, and Hillcrest Alternative High School, Kenosha Unified School District
- Wauwatosa West High School, Wauwatosa School District
- Williams Bay Middle School, Williams Bay School District
Learn more about the initiative and impact in this case examples report!
This multi-part initiative and the case examples report were made possible with funding support from the Great Lakes Mental Health Technology Transfer Center.