Schedule a call.
Reduce the back-and-forth of phone tag. Schedule a call within the next two weeks.
Discuss your needs.
Speak with a psychologist about your concerns and ask questions about the services offered.
Make things better.
Make a plan for ongoing services and resources. Watch your family transform.
Your teen can contact the group leader to practice skills taught in the group.
Weekly Mood Tracker.
Each week your teen will track their mood and use of skills to see their progress.
An online parenting support group to learn and practice DBT skills is open to you.
Teens will learn to be more mindful to calm and soothe themselves, so they don't feel like everything is falling apart.
Teens learn how to talk about emotions, manage their feelings, and take care of themselves so that they have the strength to deal with challenges.
Instead of reacting in unhealthy ways, teens learn what to do when they feel stressed to help them stay safe, move past the things they can't control, and focus their energy on the things they can control.
The Interpersonal Relationship Module focuses on helping teens learn skills to improve their relationships with others.
This section teaches teens that they can both change and accept tricky situations.
Group members focus on learning how to thrive and accomplish their goals while taking on a leadership role.
Assessment of need & best fitDevelopment of a treatment planCollaborate with service providers
ages 12-14 and 15-17 5-6 members per groupopen to all genders and orientationsgroups are in-personall materials and snacks providedparent DBT at home support group