DBT is based on the belief that people can be their own best resource in overcoming problems. It focuses on helping people learn and practice skills that will help them manage emotions.
A psychotherapy that focuses on examining the relationships between thoughts, feelings and behaviors. It’s a goal-oriented form of therapy that helps people identify negative patterns in their thinking
Can help individuals struggling with addiction in a variety of ways. It can provide a safe, non-judgmental space for individuals to discuss the issues behind their addiction, as well as their current thoughts and feelings.
A valuable aid for those struggling with addiction. It provides a safe and supportive environment where people can share their struggles, find understanding and empathy, and learn more effective ways of managing their addiction.
The effects of addiction reach more than just the addicted person. Families see the pain and suffering felt by their loved ones and feel it themselves. As painful as it can feel, it’s imperative for the whole family to participate in treatment.