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Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)

Individual Therapy: Services
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Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based treatment for people who struggle to manage their emotions. DBT combines aspects of mindfulness and cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT). It is skills-based, so you can expect to learn strategies that you practice. Homework is often a part of DBT!

DBT was developed by Marsha Linehan to treat people with chronic suicidal ideation and self-harm who often have a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder. Since then it has been shown to be effective with personality disorders, eating disorders, PTSD, anxiety disorders and mood disorders.

If you struggle with any of these issues, or if you have other reasons to think that DBT is right for you, get in touch and our Arnprior therapists will see how they can help. Our therapists have DBT training and love to help people learn how to cope and ultimately make life a little smoother.

Therapy Can Help You

Recover from an upsetting or traumatic experience

Change long-held unhealthy patterns

Learn skills to help in your relationships

Sleep better, whether you struggle to fall asleep, or stay asleep

Manage your thoughts and worries

Communicate better with your loved ones

Get through a difficult time or life transition, be it a new job, the loss of a loved one, or another stressful event.

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