Derailed by triggers? Stuck in the same rut? Frustrated by what feels like self-sabotage? Overwhelmed with what life throws your way?
If so, our Somatically-based DBT group might be just the right thing for you. This group is for those who want help with anxiety, depression, substance use, emotional regulation and challenges in relationships.
At HeartMind Resiliency, we bring together the best of two worlds: the brilliance of both Dialectical Behavior Therapy’s Top-Down cognitively-based approach and Somatic Psychotherapy’s Bottom-Up skills of nervous system regulation [link to this Polyvagal Informed page] by weaving together complimentary tools and skills from each specialty. This will support your well being and capacity to be with the ups and downs of life by going beneath the big waves of emotions to find the calmer seas underneath the surface. If you long for a kinder and gentler connection to yourself and loved ones within a community of others who are also wishing for a better life, please reach out now!
DBT was originally developed by Dr. Marsha Linehan for people living with borderline personality disorder. However, after decades of enhancements and research, DBT is now recognized as an evidenced-based practice for many psychological diagnoses, such as anxiety, depression, substance use and PTSD, in addition to personality disorders.
During this Somatically-Based DBT group, you will learn to regulate your nervous system and emotions to enhance well-being in your relationship to yourself and others. We do this through through the skills of: