DBT is becoming more commonly available. With its spread, more people are referred to DBT therapists and groups and are considering entering DBT treatment. But what is it? If you enter treatment, what you can expect? How will your therapist respond to you? What will be the focus of the treatment?
There are three primary treatment activities in DBT. These are individual therapy, group skills training and coaching in crisis situations. Individual therapy and the skills training group usually meet each week, while coaching in crisis occurs as necessary. Each of these 3 activities has specific goals and structure, which are usually explained to you at the beginning of treatment. Regardless of whether it’s individual, group or a crisis, DBT treatment is comprised of the following 6 characteristics. Continue reading “6 Things You Can Expect From Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)” »