DBT online therapy with ZOOM
- Expertise from DBT therapists
- We successful treat clients suffering from personality disorder
- In the comfort of your own home or anywhere via your smartphone
- The flexibility of being able to receive expert treatment without having to travel
- Day time, evening and weekend DBT therapy sessions available
- Book an appointment time that is convenient for you
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Evidence Based Outcomes
Evidence shows that online therapy has many benefits and is an effective treatment method. Some of the key findings from research in this area include*:
- Online therapy has been shown to produce the same positive outcomes as face-to-face therapy
- Overall, patients receiving online therapy are very satisfied with their experiences, with many saying that the service is easy to use and means they don’t have to travel to appointments
- Mental health assessments and diagnoses made using online therapy were shown to be as reliable as assessments made during face-to-face therapy
*Source: World Journal of Psychology
DBT Skills Program Monday Cohort 18:30 – 20:00
Distress Tolerance 1/06 08/06 15/06 22/06 29/06 06/07 13/07 20/07
Interpersonal Effectiveness 27/07 03/08 10/08 17/08 24/08 31/08 07/09 14/09
Mindfulness-Middle Path 21/09 28/09 05/10 12/10 19/10
Emotional Regulation 26/10 02/11 09/11 16/11 23/11 30/11 07/12 14/12
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a specific type of cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy developed in the late 1980s by psychologist Marsha M. Linehan to help better treat borderline personality disorder. Since its development, it has also been used for the treatment of other kinds of mental health disorders.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a cognitive behavioral treatment developed by Marsha Linehan, PhD, ABPP. It emphasizes individual psychotherapy and group skills training classes to help people learn and use new skills and strategies to develop a life that they experience as worth living. DBT skills include skills for mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness.
Why does DBT teach skills?
Problematic behaviours evolve as a way to cope with a situation or attempt to solve a problem. While these behaviours might provide temporary relief or a short-term solution, they often are not effective in the long-term. DBT assumes that clients are doing they best they can, AND they need to learn new behaviours in all relevant contexts. DBT helps enhance a client’s capabilities by teaching behavioural skills in areas like mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. These skills help people develop effective ways to navigate situations that arise in everyday life or manage specific challenges.
I have been in practise for 20 years and have practising privileges at several Priory Hospitals in the South East. I am a fully accredited UKCP Psychotherapist and have been awarded an MA in Psychotherapy and a Diploma in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, DBT. I studied CBT at Surrey University and my MA was awarded by Middlesex University. I am a UKCP Approved Supervisor and have been awarded a PG Diploma in Integrative Clinical Supervision by Middlesex University.
Clinic Information is available here: https://dbtlondon.com
Do you have an intense fear of being left alone, which causes you to act in ways that, on reflection, seem out of the ordinary or extreme, such as constantly phoning somebody (but not including self-harming or suicidal behaviour)?
Do you have a pattern of intense and unstable relationships with other people that switch between thinking you love that person and they’re wonderful to hating that person and thinking they’re terrible?
Do you ever feel you don’t have a strong sense of your own self and are unclear about your self-image?
Do you engage in impulsive activities in two areas that are potentially damaging, such as unsafe sex, drug abuse or reckless spending (but not including self-harming or suicidal behaviour)?
Have you made repeated suicide threats or attempts in your past and engaged in self-harming?
Do you have severe mood swings, such as feeling intensely depressed, anxious or irritable, which last from a few hours to a few days?
Do you have long-term feelings of emptiness and loneliness?
Do you have sudden and intense feelings of anger and aggression, and often find it difficult to control your anger?
When you find yourself in stressful situations, do you have feelings of paranoia, or do you feel like you’re disconnected from the world or from your own body, thoughts and behaviour?
- Avg Cost (per session): Assessment £85
- Weekly 1.5 Hr Online Skills Group : £70
- Online Individuel Session: £85
- Sliding Scale: Yes
- Accepts Insurance: Yes
Accepted Insurance Plans
- Simply Health
- Standard Life