A new session of the Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Group is beginning soon at the University Psychological Clinic. This group is designed to help participants address a variety of challenges related to emotional regulation.
This DBT group is available to adults in the community. If you are struggling to manage your emotions, or they are getting in the way of your goals and relationships, this group might be for you. DBT can also help participants feel more grounded and in control of their emotions in general.
Throughout the four modules included in the group––Emotion Regulation, Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness, and Distress Tolerance––you will gain techniques to disrupt negative thought patterns and reach your goals. Our program is research-based and sessions are facilitated by experienced clinicians. This group also provides the support of a community as you work toward finding balance.
The group runs weekly for sixteen weeks, each module is four weeks long. Participants can choose to attend the full course for sixteen weeks, but we also offer the option to choose which modules you would like to attend. We ask that participants be able to commit to attending each meeting of each specific module they are registered for.
If you are interested in attending the upcoming session, please call (734) 764-3471 to begin the screening process.
When: Ongoing in 16-week cycles. Next date to be determined based on participant availability.
Where: University Psychological Clinic, 500 E. Washington St., Suite 100, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Cost: Varies depending on insurance.
How to register: Call (734) 764-3471 to get started on the screening.