DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY SKILLS TRAINING ONLINE GROUP FOR ADULTS: CURRENTLY ENROLLING!
EMOTION REGULATION MODULE
March 16th-June 1st
12 sessions over 12 consecutive weeks
6:30-8 pm on Zoom
Co-facilitated with Colleen K. Beights, MSW Candidate
Cost: $500 if paid in one payment by March 3rd
$600 if paid in two payments of $300 (March 3rd and April 21st)
Includes materials from official Marsha Linehan training manual and special supplemental material
Dialectical Behavior Therapy can benefit people who struggle with overwhelming emotions and self-destructive behaviors, as well as people generally looking to gain skills to improve their mood, daily functioning, and relationships.
Emotion Regulation is the part of DBT in which we learn the skills we need to build a life worth living.
Emotion Regulation is concerned with helping us develop emotional literacy, the ability to recognize and respond to our own emotions; experience more frequent and longer-lasting “positive” emotions; and begin to build a life in alignment with our most cherished values.
In this weekly Zoom group, we learn Emotion Regulation skills and practice them, building a foundation for future DBT modules. (Students decide whether to enroll in the next module, Interpersonal Effectiveness, at the end of Emotion Regulation.)
If you are interested in enrolling in the DBT Emotion Regulation Module, contact us for more information and to schedule an informational phone call.
Please note that in order to enroll in DBT, you must be currently seeing an outpatient therapist, though that person need not be working on DBT with you.