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Learn DBT Skills In A Group
Weekly sessions are available. Grouport offers therapist-led dialectical behavior therapy skills groups online. The first 12 weeks covers fundamental DBT skills.Learn more
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a specialized form of cognitive-behavioral therapy designed to help individuals with various mental health challenges, including borderline personality disorder, depression, and anxiety. DBT groups, also known as skills training groups, are essential to this therapy, providing a supportive environment where participants learn and practice DBT skills. These groups typically consist of a few participants and are led by trained DBT therapists.
Searching for a local group can be daunting for those interested in joining a DBT group. Some may need help finding a nearby group that fits their schedule or meets their needs. Moreover, the availability of DBT groups can vary significantly depending on factors such as location and local mental health resources. In some areas, there may be limited options or no DBT groups, leaving individuals needing more support to benefit from this evidence-based therapy.
One way to find local DBT groups is to connect with mental health professionals in your area. Therapists, psychiatrists, and other mental health professionals may have information about DBT groups in your community and can often provide referrals or recommendations. Additionally, contacting local mental health organizations, hospitals, or community centers can provide valuable information about available DBT groups and other mental health resources.
Online DBT skills groups offer a solution for those struggling to find a local group or needing a more flexible option to accommodate their busy schedules. These online groups provide the same structure, support, and skill-building opportunities as traditional in-person groups but can be accessed from the comfort of one's home. This increased accessibility and flexibility can be particularly beneficial for individuals who live in remote areas, have limited transportation options, or face other barriers to attending in-person groups.
Some individuals may feel more comfortable participating in an online DBT skills group due to its anonymity and privacy. Online groups allow participants to engage in therapy without the potential discomfort or anxiety of attending in-person sessions. This can be especially helpful for those hesitant to share personal experiences or emotions face-to-face. The anonymity of online groups can also encourage more open and honest communication among participants, leading to a more productive and supportive group environment.
Joining an online DBT skills group allows individuals to connect with others who share similar experiences and challenges, regardless of geographic location. This can lead to a broader and more diverse support network, as participants can interact with people from different backgrounds and with various perspectives. This expanded network can provide valuable insights and encouragement and foster community and belonging among group members.
When considering joining an online DBT skills group, it's essential to research the available options to ensure the group is reputable, evidence-based, and led by trained DBT therapists. This may involve reviewing the group's website, reading testimonials, and asking for recommendations from mental health professionals or others participating in online DBT groups.
Before participating in your first online DBT skills group session, it's a good idea to familiarize yourself with the technology and platform. This may involve downloading software, setting up an account, or practicing with the platform features to ensure a smooth and enjoyable experience. Additionally, creating a comfortable and private space in your home for attending the online sessions can help you feel more at ease and focused during the group meetings.
It's important to remember that, like any form of therapy, participating in an online DBT skills group requires time, commitment, and a willingness to engage in self-discovery and change. Setting realistic expectations for the pace of progress, and understanding that everyone's journey is unique, can help you stay motivated and engaged throughout the group. Embrace the process, and be patient with yourself as you learn and practice new skills.
Finding local DBT groups can be challenging, but online DBT skills groups offer a promising alternative for individuals seeking support and guidance in learning DBT skills. With increased accessibility, flexibility, and the potential for a more diverse support network, online groups can provide an invaluable resource for those looking to improve their mental health and overall well-being. By researching available online options, preparing for your first session, and embracing the therapeutic process, you can take an essential step toward a healthier and more fulfilling life.
Want to practice dialectical behavior therapy in a supportive group setting? The Grouport DBT series by Grouport Therapy offers a 12-week program that can help you develop new skills to replace negative behaviors and emotions.
Our group meets once a week at a scheduled time, and you'll receive access to session links via email after enrolling and paying for the program. By joining our DBT skills group, you can improve relationships, manage anxiety, and reduce emotional suffering, regaining hope for the future.
Don't hesitate to take the first step towards a better life. Our next session is waiting for you. Join our Grouport DBT series today and start improving your mental health alongside a supportive group of individuals.
We offer DBT group therapy online to New York, New Jersey and Florida residents and DBT skills groups to everyone over the age of 18.Find my group
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