Comprehensive DBT and DBT-Informed Programs
For DBT treatment to be considered comprehensive, it needs to include all four modes of treatment. DBT-informed treatment doesn’t require all four stages.
Updated October 18, 2021
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What Is Dialectical Behavior Therapy?
DBT is a type of approach that attempts to change negative thinking patterns and encourages positive behavioral changes. At Celadon, we understand the process of finding a treatment center that is effective can be complicated. Challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic also has made things complicated. However, because mental health institutions are considered an essential service, we are open during this pandemic.
The information on this page highlights our programs that utilize a therapeutic approach called Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).
If you are experiencing:
- Suicidal ideation, suicidal behaviors, and/or non-suicidal self-injury
- Emotional/behavioral dysregulation
- Major depression
- Anger management issues
We encourage you to consider a DBT program at Celadon Recovery.
Treatment is delivered by experienced clinicians trained in DBT techniques specific to the Comprehensive DBT model.
Our comprehensive DBT program includes all four core components of DBT:
- Individual Therapy
- Skill Training
- Skill Coaching
- Team Consultation
Each component of the comprehensive DBT program supports one another. Individual therapy sessions help the individuals reinforce and apply what they learn in skills groups. Skills coaching teaches individuals to apply the skills they learn into skills training. DBT team consultation collaborate to ensure every one of our clients receives DBT support appropriate for them.
DBT Informed Program
DBT-informed at Celadon provides a strong skill training component, further evidence-based treatments such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, and more. The combination of therapeutic approaches in each treatment plan depends on the client’s specific needs. Research shows that DBT skill training can reduce suicidal thoughts, self-harming behavior, depression, and anxiety.
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