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Can DBT Help Me?

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) & DBT Group Therapy

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a specialized cognitive-behavioral therapy that combines individual therapy with skills group training sessions to help people manage emotions and navigate life’s difficulties. Psychological disorders in which people suffer from high levels of emotional vulnerability, leading to them seeking DBT treatment include:

Who Is Dialectical Behavior Therapy For?

You may have been referred to DBT following a hospital stay, from another therapist or from a psychiatrist. Or you may have read something about Dialectical Behavior Therapy for teens, adults or children on the Internet. You might be asking yourself, “Is DBT the right treatment for me?”
If you answer, “Yes” to any of the following questions, DBT skills might help you change your life.
What is DBT

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Treatment on Long Island and Manhattan

If you can relate to some or most of the above statements, Dialectical Behavior Therapy for teens, adults or children may be the most effective treatment for you or your family. Meeting with a DBT therapist for an intake session is often the best way of determining if you can benefit from DBT. If you are interested in making an appointment, please call us at (631) 828-2264 for a free consultation. We are here to support you online or at our Long Island or Manhattan cognitive behavioral therapy locations.

Suffolk DBT proudly provides quality dialectical behavior therapy, a form of cognitive behavioral therapy. Their experienced therapists specialize in serving teens, children, adults, and college students struggling with depression, borderline personality disorder, eating disorders, and self-harm. Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) skills and treatment can help you or your kids to manage emotions and work through life’s challenges. Suffolk DBT offers DBT Skills Programs for middle schoolers and outpatient eating disorder programs in Manhattan and Long Island, New York at their offices in Nassau County and Suffolk County.

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