Paul Holmes
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Courses

  • 40000 Clinical Intervention in Substance Abuse
  • 40403 Fundamentals of Behavioral Therapy: Contemporary Approaches 
  • 43800 Skills for Conducting Psychotherapy with
    Chronically Distressed Persons
  • 63700 Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Job Experience

  • Director and Managing Member, Emotion Management Program, LLC
  • Clinical Director, Trinity Services Inc.
  • Director, Emotion Management Program, University of Chicago
  • Director of Clinical Services, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, University of Chicago

Fields of Special Interest

  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Contextual Behavior Theory and Therapy
  • Mindfulness and Psychotherapy
  • Chronic Distress
  • Problems Related to Substance Abuse

Publications or Presentations

  • Holmes, E. P., (2005). Dialectical Behavior Therapy: An Introduction.  A Seminar presented to members of the South Suburban Association of Counselors.

  • Holmes, E.P., (2005). Dialectical Behavior Therapy: An Introduction.  A Five-day Summer Institute presented at the University of Chicago, School of Social Services Administration, Professional Development Program.

  • Holmes, E.P., (2004). Dialectical Behavior Therapy: An Introduction.  A Seminar presented to Faculty and Graduate Students, Department of Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago.

  • Holmes, E.P., (2004). Dialectical Behavior Therapy: An Introduction.  A Two-day Workshop presented for the Professional Development Program at Lutheran General Hospital.

  • Holmes, E. P., (2004). Further Delineating the Applicability of Mindfulness and Acceptance.  A Presentation to Faculty and Staff, Department of Medicine at Rush University Medical Center.

  • Holmes, E.P., (2003). Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: An Introduction.  One-day workshop presented at the University of Chicago School of Social Services Administration Professional Development Program.

  • Holmes, E.P., (2003). Dialectical Behavior Therapy: An Introduction.  A Five-day Summer Institute presented at the University of Chicago, School of Social Services Administration Professional Development Program.