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Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Identify and work towards changing negative thoughts and patterns with the help of dialectical behavior therapy.

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Are You Dealing With Any of These Issues?

Dialectical Behavior Therapy focuses on problem-solving and acceptance-based strategies.
Substance abuse

Substance abuse

Borderline personality disorder

Suicidal behavior

Acute emotional distress

Extreme sensitivity to rejections

Chronic & Severe mental illness

Core Mindfulness

Living in the moment is made more accessible by mindfulness practice. The practice assists you in developing a nonjudgmental awareness of what is happening inside of you (your thoughts, impulses, feelings, and sensations) and what is happening outside you (what you hear, see, touch, and smell).

  • Purposefully engage in actions that are motivated by values and goals
  • Recognize and examine your thoughts, feelings, emotions, and the environment without passing judgment
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Distress Tolerance

When you practice accepting change, you develop the skill of distress tolerance. Focusing on a few tactics can gradually help you learn how to handle the situation more effectively.

  • Identifying the positives and negatives of a scenario
  • Developing self-control
  • Concentrating on ways to deal with challenging circumstances
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Emotion Regulation

You can deal with intense emotions effectively with the right skills and support. The skills that will help you:

  • Control your emotions before they control you
  • Feel less exposed
  • Gain confidence in your capacity to manage your emotions
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Interpersonal Effectiveness

Interpersonal Effectiveness focuses on how you'll connect with others in your life positively. You may learn how to deal with potentially stressful circumstances and interpersonal interactions.

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Our experienced therapists aim to support and guide you when dealing with acute mental health issues.

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Change your thoughts and you change your world

Norman Vincent Peale

How Dialectical Behavior Therapy Works

The treatment process focuses on developing behavioral skills to help you face challenges confidently.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy Pre-Assessment

The process focuses on an evaluation before beginning DBT. By understanding you and your concerns through questions and outlining how DBT functions, we can establish whether DBT is a good fit for you. The goal is to develop an individualized treatment plan to help you control problematic behavior.

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Group Dialectical Behavior Therapy

The therapy helps you learn coping skills in a group environment. The aim is to help you develop relationship skills, cope with stress better, regulate emotions, and feel surrounded with positive energy. You’ll focus on changing negative thoughts and patterns controlling your life.

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Individual DBT Therapy

Individual DBT is based on cognitive behavioral therapy to identify what negative behaviors act as a roadblock for you to live a fulfilling life. Learning about acceptance and change strategies is essential to individual DBT therapy.

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Phone Coaching

You can contact your therapist by phone between therapy sessions. The primary aim is to help you utilize the acquired skills in everyday life.

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Dialectical Behavior Therapy Is For Everyone

DBT helps in treating and managing acute mental health issues, borderline personality disorder, PTSD, and more.

How It Works

Our DBT program's primary goal is to strike a balance between accepting who you are and moving towards positive changes.

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Identify challenges with the help of experienced therapists and work towards improving the quality of your life. Remember, any progress is good progress.

Online DBT Counseling

Connect with your DBT therapists from the comfort of your home, and talk about your innermost feelings with utmost ease through online dialectical behavior therapy sessions.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Contrary to popular assumption, dialectical behavior therapy or dbt treatment involves only four major techniques rather than the six that most people think it involves. And those four main strategies are:

  • Mindfulness - Being mindful is a crucial ability. A person who experiences this emotion learns to live in the moment, feel life as it is, and stop living years in the future. A patient will not be taught any other skill sets in DBT sessions unless they have a firm grip on how to be a mindful person. This particular skill is regarded as the foundation of dbt therapy.
  • Interpersonal Efficiency- By interpersonal efficiency skills you will learn how to connect with those around you, your own relationships, and the difficulties that might make life unpleasant.When you disagree with anything or refuse a request, you will know how to say it politely and without resentment once you grab hold on this skill set.
  • Emotion Control- The ability to control your emotions when you are an intense person can be challenging, but with the correct support, you can accomplish anything. dbt treatment on emotion control is ideal for people who frequently experience strong emotions including anger, despair, anxiety, and depression.
  • Tolerance for distress- An individual will learn the art of acceptance and change throughout the distress tolerance session.

In an effort to treat personality problems and interpersonal difficulties, dialectical behavior therapy was developed. It is basically a type of talk therapy that is also closely based on cognitive behavioral therapy(CBT). DBT may be helpful for treating mood disorders, suicidal thoughts, and for altering behaviour patterns including self-harm and substance abuse, according to the evidence.

The ultimate purpose of dbt therapy is to help you in recognizing and accepting your challenging emotions.

In dbt or dialectical behavior therapy sessions , clients and therapists work through their relationship issues. Patients perform role-playing exercises, complete homework, and work on coping mechanisms. The patient and therapist work closely together to accomplish all of this.

People who have trouble controlling and regulating their emotions benefit greatly from dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). DBT has demonstrated efficacy in the management of a variety of mental health issues, including: Borderline personality disorder (BPD).

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) typically lasts between six and twelve months. However, because each person is different and because mental health issues are complicated, After a year of DBT, you shouldn't anticipate being totally free of symptoms or having troublesome behaviors.


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