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  Claritycon Reimagined: Feb 5, 2021
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Learning objectives:

  • Understand the role of emotions with trauma
  • How avoidance and escape behaviors keep trauma alive
  • Skills to use with patients to reduce avoidance and escape behaviors


Daniel Crump is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in the state of Nevada and Massachusetts. He completed both his undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Nevada, Reno. While in graduate school, Crump implemented a harm reduction underage drinking program and an early intervention program.

In 2006, Crump started his professional career in addiction. In 2010 he began working at Willow Springs Center where he helped to develop one of the first residential dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) programs for adolescents. Crump was DBT intensely trained by Dr. Alan Fruezzetti, who later became his mentor. Crump spent 7 years working with Dr. Fruezzetti to help build and maintain a fully adherent DBT youth program.

In 2014, Crump took a leave of absence to travel to New Zealand to restructure and manage New Zealand’s only DBT residential program. He has been acting as a DBT consultant for this DBT program ever since. In 2015, Crump became a Family Connections facilitator, training family members on how to manage when someone they love is affected by BPD. In 2016, Crump returned to New Zealand with Dr. Fruezzetti to co-lead a DBT national intensive training.

Crump is now at Mclean Hospital in Boston Massachusetts working as a DBT therapist for teens and families. He has provided training on DBT all over the United States and New Zealand.

Continuing education units (CEUs): 2

Clarity CGC is approved to provide continuing education unit (CEU) credits by the Texas Psychological Association (TPA PD# 2015-01 Exp 2/28/21) and provides continuing education that meets the guidelines outlined for Texas licensed professional counselors, licensed marriage and family therapists and licensed social workers respectively as outlined at www.dshs.texas.gov for CE providers.

Clarity CGC CEU recipients must sign in (or log on) to record their attendance, view the entire presentation and at the conclusion of presentation complete their survey prior to receiving their certificates. CE records for in-person, virtual and on-demand CEU presentation attendees will be maintained by Clarity CGC for at least three years.

Speakers invited to present by Clarity CGC for CEU's have the necessary experience and knowledge to present and provide education related and beneficial to the attendees.