Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Skills Training Group is now open for new members to join both our Adult and Adolescent groups!
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a broad-based cognitive behavioral treatment aimed to enhance your ability to regulate emotions, improve interpersonal relationships and crisis management skills. Emotion dysregulation has been linked to a variety of mental health concerns stemming from patterns of instability in emotional management, lack of impulse control, ineffective interpersonal relationships, and a distorted self-image. Helping clients find true balance in emotion, thoughts, and behavior and/or choices is the fundamental practice of DBT.
DBT Skills Training Group is structured around four essential modules: MINDFULNESS, INTERPERSONAL EFFECITIVENESS, EMOTIONAL REGULATION, and DISTRESS TOLERANCE. Each module is designed to assist with symptom management.
On August 13th, 2017,our Adult Group will begin a 7 week journey exploring their Interpersonal Patterns and gain skills to navigate relationships effectively. This group is open to individuals or couples age 21 and older. This groups meets every Sunday from 2-3:30pm.
On August 13th, 2017, the Adolescent Group will be gearing up to tackle 7 weeks of Distress Tolerance (crisis management) skills. This group is specifically designed for teens, young adults AND their parents/family members and meets every Sunday from 4-5:30pm.
Fees include $25 per group member per week, or $40 per week for couples. Most major insurances accepted (co-pays due each week).
Participation is limited and each participant will require an initial consultation to ensure best fit for the group. Once enrollment is received on-line, instructor Katrina Breeden or Monique Bell (instructors) will contact you to set up a consultation. Call (316) 425-7774 or contact us to enroll.