DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOUR THERAPY (DBT)
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Net Psychology has a special interest in 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, self-harm and substance use.

Net Psychology will be running a DBT Skills Group (online) beginning 31 July 2021.

DBT Skills Groups teach participants the skills of emotional regulation, distress tolerance, mindfulness and interpersonal effectiveness.

The DBT Skills program will run for 12 weeks. The program is 100% online and available to anyone in Australia. No referral needed.

Skills Groups will be run for 2.5 hours every Saturday morning with Principal Psychologist Jen Riches.

The cost is $2500 for the 12-week program upfront. Early bird rate (before 20 June 2021): $2000 for the program.

This equates to $166.70 for a 2.5 hour group therapy session each week for 12 weeks (early bird). A Medicare rebate is not available. Individual therapy sessions with Jen are currently $240 for 50 mins.

Eight spots are available. This is a structured, evidence based DBT skills program that requires weekly dedication and commitment.

Eligibility:

-Over 18 years

-Have a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder or:

-Have chronic and pervasive issues with emotion regulation that impact upon daily functioning and quality of life

If this is something you would like to know more about or if you would like to book in to the program please contact us by clicking the “Contact” page on this website.

A link will soon be available on the Book Online page to book and pay for the program.