Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Is your teen in distress?
Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy that works to identify and change negative thinking patterns and pushes for positive behavioral changes.
What's Unique About DBT?
The term "dialectical" comes from the idea that bringing together two opposites in therapy (acceptance and change) brings better results than either one alone.
FOR TEENS STRUGGLING WITH:
- Adolescent/Family Dilemmas
- Anger Management
- Confusion About Self
- Excessive Worrying
- Impulsivity/Emotional Regulation
- Relationship Issues
- Self-Destructive Behavior
- Substance Abuse
What You Will Learn
Discover ways to manage difficult feelings without acting impulsively.
Build strategies for de-escalating emotions such as anger, anxiety, shame and sadness.
Learn to interact in ways that build satisfying and fulfilling relationships.