Teen Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Group
Teens and tweens can learn skills in a group setting to take back control of emotions to make immediate positive change.
Struggling teens who experience big, disproportionate emotions also experience a slower return to calm, guilt over their actions and hopelessness. They get stuck in a cycle of reactivity.
Family members may be in a constant state of worry over when the next explosion will come, and if their loved one will harm themselves, destroy a relationship or do something risky that will negatively impact their lives for years to come.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) has been proven effective in:
- Helping teens manage difficult emotions in the short and long term
- Being more mindful of themselves and the world around them
- Developing a toolbox of skills to prevent or replace high risk behavior that is dangerous, destroys relationships, and decreases self worth
- Building a life worth living
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