I am currently on internship and will be attending a VA next year for post-doc. Unfortunately, although I got a decent amount of training in CBT and some exposure to ACT in grad school and internship, I haven't had any exposure to DBT. Although I know the VA I am going to probably does have some DBT stuff going on, due to my post-doc specialty, I don't imagine having sufficient time to be part of a skills group or receive additional supervision outside of my requisite responsibilities and 40 hour work week. I imagine as post-docs we will get some training in DBT during our seminars, etc, but given how extensive DBT seems I wonder whether it will be sufficient to actually use. It seems like DBT is a very sought after skill on the job market these days, and I have met a lot of respectable psychologists who are big fans of it and seem to think it works. So, I have been looking into outside agencies who do trainings in it (fellowship i'm on is paying). It doesn't necessarily need to be some fancy/expensive "certification course" (I know this topic has been discussed before), but I'm wondering if anyone on here has done intensive DBT trainings, and how your experience was / whether it was worth it. I know Behavior Tech and PESI do DBT trainings, among others. Would love to hear from anyone who has done them -- both in terms of how the training itself was and your comfort afterwards actually delivering the therapy.