Our Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Informed Skills group program aims to empower you with skills to better cope with life’s challenges. The group helps you to build your skill set so that you can better regulate your emotions, improve your coping strategies and tolerance of distress, as well as improving your interpersonal relationships and sense of identity.
This program is suitable for adults aged 18 years and older who have challenges in managing their emotions, relationships and their sense of identity. By completing the group program participants will develop their toolbox of skills to deal with distress and regulate their emotions in a functional and adaptive way.
This group will focus on two modules from the DBT framework, mindfulness and distress tolerance. Individuals will be introduced to these topics as well as develop skills in both areas.
The group will be facilitated by two of our experienced Psychologists, Rachel and Chris. Rachel and Chris both use DBT as one of their therapeutic frameworks and see the value in teaching the skill set within a group setting.
Rachel Grosseibl Principal Clinical Psychologist
Chris Mosses Senior Clinical Psychologist
Who is the program for?
This program is suitable for adults aged 18 years and older with emotions that feel overwhelming and at times uncontrollable.
How long does the program run for?
The DBT Informed Skills group will be held on Wednesdays 5:30pm – 7:30pm. It is a 10 week program.
The sessions will commence on Wednesday 7th February 2024.
Where will the group be held?
The groups will be held at our Youth Psych Hub clinic in Castle Hill. Free on-site parking.
How much will the program cost?
The cost is $108 per group session (2 hours) after the Medicare rebate is applied. Please note that each individual has access to 10 group session rebates on their mental health care plan. Contact our intake team for more information.
Please call the clinic on 02 9054 7830 or email firstname.lastname@example.org