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DBT Therapy

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) combines methods from cognitive therapy (connecting thoughts, behaviors, and feelings), behavioral therapy (learned behaviors and how the environment impacts those behaviors), and aspects of mindfulness practices.

The term “dialectic” means two true, yet opposing ideas. A DBT therapist will help with the examination of and discussion of those opposing ideas, helping you accept uncomfortable thoughts, behaviors, and feelings as valid, while still recognizing those thoughts must change in order to live a better life.

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Trauma Recovery

The emotional problems we face often arise from unresolved past trauma that we carry locked away. During traumatic events, our brain tries to separate memories of trauma from normal, everyday brain processing.

Trauma Triggers

Because of this, similar circumstances or interactions can trigger the memory of trauma and lead to confusing and destructive emotional responses.

How DBT Helps

DBT helps you learn about your triggers, so that you can become more self-aware. With self-awareness, you’ll begin to notice your undesired reactions and can refrain from unhealthy coping patterns. Eventually, the frequency and severity of self-destructive behaviors decreases, and the motivation to change increases.

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