Dialectical Behavior Therapy
(Ages 18 and older)
Description of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT):
DBT is an evidence-based practice to develop skills to improve emotional control, decision-making, relationships of all kinds, and reduce risky behaviors and thoughts such as self-injury, suicidal thoughts, and substance abuse. DBT skills are helpful for a number
of problems, especially those associated with a past history of long term trauma.
Insurance coverage is being offered to help offset the cost of the group sessions.
Participants must be engaged in individual therapy, and remain in therapy throughout the entire time to continue work with personal issues. Clients with medicare are not eligible.