DBT is one of the most researched approaches to therapy. We know it works for taming emotions that feel out of control, helping you improve relationships, and learning to tolerate distress.
You might find DBT helpful if you:
-Struggle with intense emotions, including deep anger, sadness, or fear
-Frequently fight with friends, coworkers
-Feel life isn’t worth living
Primary Targets of DBT
Tolerate difficult situations without trying to change them
Manage painful emotions
Focus on the present moment
A DBT approach adherent to the original model involves individual therapy, skills group, and a therapist in consultation groups for ongoing support and phone coaching for clients. Please note that at this time, we do not offer a fully adherent approach. We do offer individual counseling based in DBT, intermittent 8-week skills groups, and ongoing consultation and supervision for our therapists.