Skills Classes and Therapy Groups

 

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Adult DBT Skills Group

Wednesdays, 11:30am-1 pm

Thursdays 6:15-7:45 pm

Space Available Now

St Louis DBT offers two adult skills groups for individuals 26+ years. The 24 sessions are broken up into four modules:  core mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation and interpersonal effectiveness.  An intake assessment must be completed before joining any of our groups.

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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for depression and Anxiety

Wednesdays 6-7:30 pm

Register now for January 2019

This 10-week class will help people who struggle with depression and/or anxiety and all the thoughts and urges to avoid that comes with it.  Through meditation and acceptance, you will learn to change anxious or depressed thoughts and feelings, live in the present moment, and start building relationships.

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DBT for Young Adults

Fridays 3-4:30 pm

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St Louis DBT offers a more experiential DBT for Young Adults Skills Group for individuals ages 17 to 26. Groups contain the same skills as the adult groups but are geared toward the challenges of transitioning into "adulting".  This group is ongoing and people can join anytime.  An intake assessment must be completed before joining any of our groups.

 
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mindful way through depression

Wednesdays 6:30-8:30 pm

register now for September 2018

The Mindful Way Through Depression is an evidence-based 10-week experiential class that combines mindfulness and CBT. Combining mindfulness meditation with CBT reduces negative thoughts, which reduces anxiety, symptoms of depression and the risk of recurrent depression. 

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advanced dbt skills group

Tuesdays 5:00-6:30 pm

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This is a 16-week Advanced DBT Skills Group for clients who have completed at least one round of a standard DBT Skills Group. This group is heavily peer-led, with an emphasis on delving deeper into skills learning, applying skills to real-life situations, problem solving, and role playing.

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path to recovery: a dbt skills group for addictions

Mondays 6-7:30 pm

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St. Louis DBT offers a 24-week DBT Skills Group specifically tailored to individuals 18+ struggling with addiction behaviors such as substance use, binge-eating, tech-binging, and compulsive gambling, sex or spending. 

 
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teen-family dbt skills group

Thursdays 4:30-6:00 pm

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Teens and parents participate together in this 24 session DBT skills group.  Teens and parents learn to communicate effectively, regulate their emotions and tolerate distress.  The goal of this skills group is to help teens and parents discover a middle path to avoid power struggles, better understand each other and bring peace back into the home.

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Family Support and Education Group

Coming Soon — Contact us to be contacted when this program begins again

Families and loved ones of people with Borderline Personality Disorder often need support themselves.  Understanding the disorder is critical to living with it. Learning the same skills your loved one with BPD is learning in therapy is incredibly valuable in order to coach and support them in creating behavioral change.  Incorporating new ways of validating their experience will lead to improved relationships and living conditions.  In this group, we strive to help families and friends of people with BPD better understand the disorder and empower them to support their loved ones in helpful ways.