Types of Group Therapy Near You
Group therapy is an effective solution for getting help with a variety of issues, such as depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder and substance use. No matter your experience level with group therapy – newcomer or veteran – there are likely several types near you that could be beneficial.
Psychotherapy group therapy can be an invaluable opportunity for self-reflection, growth and connection with other participants in the group. It offers an ideal platform to discuss issues related to both the group itself or more general life issues like relationships or career obstacles.
DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) is an evidence-based treatment that helps individuals regulate intense emotions, tolerate distress, build interpersonal relationships and learn skills for controlling their minds and attention processes. DBT has proven successful in treating various mental health conditions such as mood disorders, impulsivity, anxiety and eating disorders.
We offer both in-person and telehealth DBT skills groups for adults. These sessions are designed to teach mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance and interpersonal effectiveness.
Our DBT skills groups are built upon Marsha Linehan’s DBT model. DBT has been scientifically and clinically proven to help treat conditions such as borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, severe depression, PTSD, substance use issues, bulimia nervosa and other eating disorders.
Are you interested in discovering more about our DBT skills groups? Call or email today to book a consultation and discover how these abilities may benefit you.
At ACP, we provide a comprehensive DBT program to assist you with issues such as borderline personality disorder, severe depression and anxiety, PTSD, eating disorders, substance use and more. We combine individual therapy with weekly group skills classes for maximum impact.
In-person DBT Process groups consist of up to 8 clients that meet for 60-90 minutes to help members gain awareness of their thoughts and feelings in the moment, so they can express them openly to others in the group. Furthermore, these sessions help members identify what roles they typically play within interpersonal relationships and safely experiment with new ways of connecting.
At ACP, our DBT therapists possess specialized training and are members of the American Group Psychotherapy Association. Additionally, we have an on-call consult team for DBT clients and their families that offers ongoing support throughout and after treatment.
We accept most major insurance plans, such as Aetna and United Healthcare/Optum. In addition, some private pay options are available too.
Group therapy usually costs less than individual therapy, however to maximize the benefits from your therapist it should be scheduled regularly.