Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (or DBT for short) is a structured curriculum taught in a group therapy format over the course of three modules: the Emotion Regulation module, the Distress Tolerance module, and the Interpersonal Effectiveness module. Mindfulness is a foundational, or core, set of skills integrated throughout the entire curriculum.
DBT arms you with a skill set that improves emotional intelligence, assisting you in effectively dealing with previously challenging situations. DBT skills improve emotional resiliency and are designed to eliminate self-defeating and destructive beliefs and behaviors.
New participants can join when a new module begins. Now enrolling into:
Groups at Center for Higher Consciousness have transitioned, for the time being, to a VIRTUAL FORMAT due to preventing the spread of COVID-19 per state and county orders.
DBT leadership will be using the Zoom platform to meet virtually until the office fully reopens. DBT classes at Center for Higher Consciousness are taught/facilitated by Sarah McKelvey, MA, LPC.
Center for Higher Consciousness is now offering complimentary (free) one-hour, in-person Consultation/Information Sessions for anyone interested in joining one of our adult DBT modules in the summer of 2020!
In this meeting, you will be able to:
--- check out the space in which groups are run
--- meet the staff
--- learn about the DBT curriculum and the group counseling format in which it is delivered
--- ask questions and get clarification concerning if DBT is right for you and your situation
We will also conduct a brief assessment ensuring the likelihood that you have a good chance of deriving benefit from DBT skills-based training.
Please use the contact form below to set your Information Session up.
Held at Center for Higher Consciousness
2305 E. Arapahoe Rd. #123
Centennial, CO 80122
Southglenn DBT is Technology-Assisted for your convenience! Technology-Assisted means that we use apps for recording mood, behavior, and use of skills, distribute worksheets as PDF files, project materials on a screen during the group, and encourage the use of tablets and laptops. Feedback from veterans of other DBT groups indicates that integrating DBT reminders and tracking tools into existing daily technology use is helpful and convenient.