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Dialectical (DBT) Therapy Groups in Raleigh
Adult DBT Skills Group
Host: Lindsi A Hines, MDiv, LCAS
"NEXT GROUP STARTS: Jan 21, 2015. Group will address Mindfulness, Emotion Regulation, Interpersonal Effectiveness and Distress Tolerance. It will meet weekly for 16 weeks. Group members may join in between each module, if space allows. A discount will be offered ..."
DBT Skills Group- Adults
Host: Debra Eng, MSW, LCSW, LCAS
"NEXT GROUP STARTS: January 2015. 1 spaces available. Group will address Mindfulness, Emotion Regulation, Interpersonal Effectiveness and Distress Tolerance. It will meet weekly for 16 weeks. Group members may join in between each module, if space allows. $30/group or $25/group ..."
Adult DBT Skills Group
Host: Tanya N. Douleh, PhD
"DBT skills classes are taught in three 8-week modules. Each module begins with a review of the core mindfulness skills to assist individuals with increasing their awareness of thoughts, emotions, and urges in the present moment. Distress tolerance skills assist ..."
Adult DBT Skills Group
Host: Crystal Comer, LCSW
"DBT teaches people how to effectively manage their thoughts and emotions, develop the ability to choose not to engage in harmful and/or negative behaviors, and cultivate the skills necessary to create and preserve healthy relationships with others. It can help ..."
DBT Skills Training Class
Host: Maggie Minsk, LPC, NCC, CI, CHt
"Take this class if you want to learn to be more mindful in your everyday life, to manage and regulate your emotions more effectively, to tolerate distress and cope with anxiety, and to communicate with others to get what you ..."
DBT Skills Group
Host: Sarah Jane Roe, MSW, LCSW
"Starting May 18th for 12 weeks. . Accepting referrals now. Group focuses on learning skills useful for managing difficult emotions, decreasing self-harmful or self-defeating behavior and improving relationships. "
DBT Skills Group for Trans and GNC people
Host: Meredith Hancock, LCSW, MSW, MA
"Dialectical Behavior Therapy is a research based treatment for people who have difficulty managing emotions, tolerating stress, and who often have conflict in relationships. It consists of both individual therapy and Skills Group which is a class that teaches 4 ..."
Chapel Hill DBT group
Host: Andrew Oliver Elman, LPC, ATR, NCC
"DBT skills training is taught traditionally as a set of 4 skill modules, each 9-weeks in length. Together all of the skills sets take 27 weeks to complete. However, I am making an option available to individuals who don't want ..."
Eating Disorders Support/Resilience Group
Host: Wake Forest Counseling Associates, PLLC
"Therapy Group for Individuals suffering from Eating Disorders: DBT approach integrating art therapy. The support group will help individuals process their feelings, rebuild their relationships with food, gain support and coping skills to manage their eating behaviors. Come join us ..."
No more Dialectical (DBT) Therapy Groups in Raleigh - try other Therapy Groups below
How To Talk To Kids
Host: Brian Purnell, MEd, LPC, NCC, ACS, LPCS
"Two-part sessions are geared toward parents and adults who work with kids of all ages: Helping Children Deal With Their Feelings Ways to help children cope with their negative feelings - anger, envy, etc. Engaging Cooperation Invite cooperation without threats, warnings, etc. Alternative to Punishment Ways ..."
Mothers Support Group
Host: Michelle Chiaramonte, LCSW, MA
"Please join us for interesting topics, sharing of experiences, and therapeutic guidance in a supportive, non-judgmental setting. We will discuss boundaries, stress, parenting, and relationships among many other topics. All philosophies are welcome! Group begins May 15, 2013. Please visit ..."
Social Skills Groups for Children and Adolescents
Host: Dava Muserallo, LPC, NCC
"Join us for a Social Skills Group for Children (ages 7 to 11) and for Adolescents (ages 12 to 15)! This group will focus on the development of targeted social skills to improve social interactions with others in a variety ..."
Host: Allison Grubbs, LCSW, LCAS
"Being a teen girl is a conflicting experience. Pressure to be perfect is exhausting, while the feelings of being "not enough" and constant self-judging are pervasive. The desire to fit in is overwhelming. Through engaging, creative, hands-on exercises, teens discover ..."
Healing Your Relationship With Food
Host: Eve Cribbs, LCSW
"The program is designed for compulsive overeaters and bulimics. It is a three hour intense session with information, exercises and interactions aimed at reducing the obsession with dieting, body image and exercise. It is non-diet in approach and focuses on ..."
Spouses of Sex Addicts
Host: Laurie J Watson, MA, LMFT, LPC, AASECT
"One of our clinicians has a group to help spouses of sex addicts cope with the feelings of betrayal, disgust, anger and fear. Learn how to not be codependent and how to represent yourself well. Relieve the feeling that you ..."
Host: Robert B Mitchell, LPC, CEAP, CLC
"Group counseling is encouraged for those who have had and are struggling with difficult relationships and circumstances or painful childhood experiences. The advantage of group therapy is the ability to bond with group members and create trusting relationships. In addition ..."
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Dialectical (DBT) Therapy Groups
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is the treatment most closely associated with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). Therapy Groups practice DBT in both individual and group sessions. The therapy combines elements of CBT to help with regulating emotion through distress tolerance and mindfulness. The goal of Dialectical Behavior Therapy is to alleviate the intense emotional pain associated with BPD. Its core assumption is that change and acceptance are intertwined. We typically think of our efforts to change things as emerging out of non-acceptance. We either decide to accept things as they are or we seek to change: through DBT it's not a case of change or acceptance, but resolving the conflicts to allow for self-acceptance and constructive change.
If you're looking for DBT therapy in Raleigh or for a Raleigh DBT Therapy Group these professionals provide dialectical behavior therapy, DBT group therapy, DBT therapy, dialectic behavioral therapy (which is a common misspelling) and dialectical therapy. They provide dialectical counseling, DBT counseling in Raleigh and DBT treatment. They include DBT groups, DBT therapists, DBT psychologists and DBT counseling.
Raleigh Support Groups and Group Therapy
Group therapy takes many forms. The groups are variously referred to (often interchangeably) as Raleigh counseling groups, Raleigh support groups, Raleigh mutual support groups or peer support groups, self help groups, stress coping groups, workshops and mental health groups. They are moderated by a professional group counselor, group therapist or group psychologist and generally focus on a specific issue or client profile (e.g. men or women etc).
Before joining a Raleigh support group, first see if the issue focus is consistent with your needs. If there are no groups offering support around your issue, feel free to contact these professionals in Raleigh to ask for a referral to alternative groups nearby.