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What is DBT?

Can you benefit from DBT?

How does DBT work?

What are Dialectics?

DBT is a Behavior Therapy

DBT Assumptions

Targets of DBT Treatment

Stages of DBT treatment

 


If you answer yes to any of these questions, DBT Therapy may be right for you.

Do you have difficulties controlling your emotions and calming down?

Do you often hide your emotions?

Do you get stuck in black and white thinking?

Do you find yourself getting upset over little things?

Do you cry easily and often do not know why?

Are relationships and trusting others a challenge for you?

Do you have challenges with food or substance abuse?

Do you hurt yourself?

Are you thinking of suicide?

Have you been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder?

 


1) Please read DBT Info page and determine if you feel DBT therapy may be right for you.

2) Please find our Referral Form on the " Making a Referral" page. You may contact the office at (541) 621-0303 any time to speak to our staff. If you find that technology works best for you, contact our office and staff will connect you to the patient portal. Our portal offers an easy and fast alternative to paper forms. Once you have completed intake forms, our office staff will contact you for next steps. If it seems from the phone consultation that you may be a good candidate for our DBT program, we will arrange for you to come in for a formal intake interview. Disclaimer: During the COVID-19 pandemic, most if not all sessions will be held via telehealth platforms.

3) If you choose to call our office, please leave us good times and phone numbers where you can be reached.

4) Once processed, our office will contact you for a consultation. If it seems from the phone consultation that you may be a good candidate for our DBT program, we will arrange for you to come in for a formal intake interview. Disclaimer: During the COVID-19 pandemic, most if not all sessions will be held via telehealth platforms.