DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOUR THERAPY
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based therapy for a range of mental health issues including Borderline Personality Disorder, Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Bipolar Disorder. Marsha Linehan pioneered this therapy as a treatment for suicidal clients to ‘help get them out of Hell.’ DBT involves leaning skills in mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation and interpersonal effectiveness. It is about validating our emotions and changing our behaviour.
Net Psychology’s clinic director has undertaken extensive training and supervision in DBT.
DBT can be used to treat the following issues:
-Feeling sad, hopeless, or empty
-Low self-esteem or self-loathing
-Intense or extreme emotions
-Self-harm and suicide ideation or attempts
DBT can help you:
-Accept who you are
-Build skills to regulate your feelings
-Improve interpersonal relationships
Comprehensive DBT involves weekly therapy, group therapy, telephone therapy and therapy sessions for clinicians.
Net Psychology currently offers individual DBT to clients online.
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