Behavioral Therapy was designed to help people manage strong emotions,
thinking patterns, and behaviors that cause misery and distress.
It works through both individual therapy and skills training sessions.
DBT combines both cognitive-behavioral therapy and mindfulness approaches
to help people understand - and change - patterns of living that
are causing suffering. An evidence-based treatment, DBT has been
shown in a great deal of research to be as or more effective than
other therapies for the problems mentioned below.
benefits from DBT?
DBT may be for you if you:
it challenging to manage strong emotions
describe yourself as exquisitely sensitive
difficulties with relationships, intimacy, or fear abandonment
frequent rapid mood changes
mixed anxiety and depression
in self-destructive thoughts or actions
symptoms or traits associated with borderline personality disorder
DBT has shown
in numerous clinical studies to:
motivation and desire to live fully in your life
interpersonal relating and communicating
your ability to get through crises
You can learn
more about the development and research of DBT at www.behavioraltech.com.