Net Psychology has a special interest in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT).  

DBT is an evidence-based therapy that helps individuals manage strong emotions. Marsha Linehan pioneered this therapy when working with individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and those with recurrent suicide ideation. DBT can also treat a range of other conditions including depression, bipolar disorder, self-harm and substance use.

Net Psychology provides individual DBT-informed therapy and group DBT skills training. 

 Net Psychology’s Online Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Skills Group is now open again for intake beginning 6 January, 2022.

This introductory Skills Group covers Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotion Regulation and Interpersonal Effectiveness.

The Program runs for eight weeks.


Payment can be made on the Book Online page.

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Groups aim to be interactive, supportive and informative.

Participants are encouraged to contribute to group discussion, however this is not compulsory.

Information and resources will be provided via Google Drive each week.

Clinic Director Jen Riches runs the groups.

Jen has General Registration with the Psychology Board of Australia and is an experienced psychologist.

Many participants feel nervous before taking part. However, nervousness often fades after the first few minutes of the first session. It is normal to feel nervous when meeting new people for the first time.

Jen also offers individual DBT-informed therapy which some participants choose to also undertake.

Please click here for more information.