The Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Skills Training Group offers an empirically validated set of skills to help individuals live a more centered life. In a DBT Skills Group, members will learn how to live more fully in the present moment (mindfulness), how to have more effective relationships with others (interpersonal effectiveness), how to identify and manage emotions (emotion regulation), and strategies to help effectively survive an emotional crisis (distress tolerance). This group is for anyone who struggles to control their feelings and who desires skills to manage intense emotions and thoughts. Individuals with anxiety, depression, impulsive behaviors (self-harm, binging/purging) and who are struggling with building a life worth living are great candidates for this group.
- Dr. Paillot & Dr. Warner are co-leading the DBT Adult Skills Training Group
- Open group that runs for a total of 15 sessions,
- Skills covered include: Mindfulness, Emotion Regulation, Interpersonal Effectiveness and Distress tolerance,
- Group meets on a weekly basis for 90 minutes.