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How is Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) so effective?

2022-11-21T22:44:40+00:00Anxiety Treatment, DBT, DBT for Children, DBT Therapy For Teens, Depression, Teen Counseling, Treatment for Young Adults|

What is DBT? Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) for teens, adults, and children is a very effective form of therapy that combines individual therapy with skills training group sessions to support individuals in managing emotions and navigating life’s difficulties. If you’re new to therapy, you may not be aware of the research and effectiveness behind DBT. [...]

How Can DBT Help Highly Sensitive People?

2022-11-20T16:35:46+00:00Anxiety Treatment, CBT, DBT, DBT Therapy For Teens, Depression, Teen Counseling, Treatment for Young Adults|

DBT for Highly Sensitive People If you get upset easily or often over-analyze situations, people might hurl “You’re so sensitive!” at you as an insult. It probably stings when they do. But emotional sensitivity isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Like any aspect of personality, there are pros and cons to being sensitive. You may [...]

Effective Treatments for Suicide Prevention: Highlighting DBT During National Suicide Prevention Month

2022-11-20T17:08:23+00:00CBT, DBT, DBT Skills, DBT Therapy For Teens, Depression, Self-Harm, Treatment for Young Adults|

Each year in September, mental health professionals, advocates, and no allies come together to celebrate National Suicide Prevention Month and raise awareness of suicide prevention efforts. Within the month of September, the 10th is reserved for World Suicide Prevention Day, to remember those who have been impacted by suicide and to advocate for treatment to [...]

4 Ways DBT Can Help Students Manage Depression

2022-10-07T07:39:11+00:00Depression|

Student life is stressful. Everyone in school, at some point, gets overwhelmed and starts feeling down. But there’s a clear line between a tough stretch and a diagnosis of depression. We all feel sad at times. Unlike sadness, depression is not always brought on by a singular event or situation. It’s also more intense and chronic than these inevitable blue period

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