Starting May 6th!
Mastering the Mind:
A 4-Part DBT Skills Group
Hosted by our very own
Ashley Baird Urbanski, MA, LMFT
Mastering the Mind is a skills-focused group
Instead of talking about what’s impacting you, this group focuses on building the tools necessary to overcome
Part 1: Mindfullness
Being aware of the present moment without judgment.
May 6th-27th (4 Sessions)
Part 2: Distress Tolerance
Getting through a crisis situation without making it worse and accepting reality as it is.
June 3rd – July 22nd (8 Sessions)
Part 3: Emotion Regulation
Understanding and reducing vulnerability to emotions, changing unwanted emotions.
July 29th – September 16th (8 Sessions)
Part 4: Interpersonal Effectiveness
Getting interpersonal needs met, maintaining relationships, and increasing self-respect in relationships.
September 23rd – November 11th (8 Sessions)
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an evidenced-based therapy developed for people who have intense, fast reactions that feel impossible to resist, whether it’s stress, anger, or other unwanted, unhelpful emotions.
This group can supplement your therapy by teaching different ways of interacting with the world to improve your relationships and sense of self-worth.
Each weekly group incorporates mindfulness practice, review of skills practice via homework review, and teaching of new skills.
In group, clients practice mindfulness, the foundation of DBT. This is crucial to supporting clients’ practice during the upcoming week and helping them to remain dialectical about the difficult practice of being present. Clients also review skills learned the previous week, which supports skill generalization, or the ability to apply skills to the challenges they faced that week. Finally, clients learn new skills to practice in the coming week. This is called skill acquisition.
When: Thursdays from 5-7pm
Where: Virtual Meeting (via Zoom)
Cost: $50 per session. Clients using their insurance will likely have partial or full coverage.
Length: Each Part is 4 or 8 weeks long
How to sign up: Speak to your ALL IN therapist, or contact us directly at the link below