DBT Skills Training
We offer comprehensive DBT Skills training in the following formats:
Group DBT Skills Training: all of the skill sets of the four modules are taught in a group setting where clients learn and practice in an educational, validating and supportive environment. Clients who attend our groups are encouraged to continue in therapy with their current individual therapist. We collaborate with outside therapists and psychiatrists consistently in order to provide a comprehensive and seamless team approach.
Here is a list of our current DBT Skills Training Groups:
DBT Skills for Binge Eating and Bulimia. For clients who are struggling with compulsive eating, overeating, binge eating and/or purging behaviors. This group offers insight and support for clients as well as teaching concrete, usable coaching strategies in order for clients to finally get in control of eating behaviors and thoughts.
- DBT Skills for Young Adults (ages 18-29). For clients with Depression, Anxiety Emotion Regulation and/or Relationship and Transition issues. Excellent for college students who would like to learn skills while they are home for the summer.
DBT Skills for High School Girls. For girls with Depression, Anxiety, Self-Harm Behaviors, Eating Disorders, School Pressure, and Family or Peer Relationship Issues. Clients who attend our groups are encouraged to continue in therapy with their current individual therapist. We collaborate with outside therapists and psychiatrists consistently in order to provide a comprehensive and seamless team approach.
DBT Skills for Teens - Summer Intensive. For boys and girls, age 13 to 17, who are struggling with emotion dysregulation, family conflict, procrastination, social isolation, academic issues, peer difficulties, self-harm behaviors, eating disorders and/or substance abuse behaviors. This group will teach concrete strategies for clients to learn and practice in order to improve their bank of coping skills.
Parent DBT Skills Training. For parents who would like to learn the four modules of DBT including Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Interpersonal Effectiveness and Emotion Regulation. The group is taught as an instructional learning environment while also offering parents to give and receive support from each other. Your child does not need to be in therapy at Mindsoother in order to attend this group.