The New Hope MHCS
DBT, also known as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, is a therapy treatment model that aims to provide individuals suffering from self-harming urges, suicidality, trauma, eating disorders, and Borderline personality disorders the tools to regulate and understand the emotions leading to the unhealthy behavior. DBT aims to teach clients distress tolerance such as skills for self-soothing, distraction, and acceptance of stressful situations in life in order to find how these situations can be balanced. Similar to CBT, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, the purpose of DBT is to turn negative thinking patterns and behaviors into positive results.
We have a strong professional network that is available to participate in the coordination of your care; from medication therapy to parenting classes, anger management, family conflicts, romantic relationship stress, and transitional coaching.