Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based treatment created to assist your teenager in building skills that will help them regulate difficult emotions, urges to self-harm, and create a life worth living! DBT is designed to help individuals who struggle regulating extreme emotions, suicidal ideation, self-harm behaviors, negative thinking, and difficulty with relationships.
Your teen must be between the age of 14-18 years old to participate in our DBT Program.
$300- 6 week Family support class (up to 2 support persons)
$75- 50 minute weekly individual session & $40- 90 minute weekly group session
6-week family support class for parents/guardians and 6 months of weekly individual & group sessions for adolescent.
We provide a free 20 minute consultation. Before your consultation appointment you will be sent intake forms to complete which will assist us in evaluating during consultation if DBT is the right fit for your teen.
Thursdays from 6:30pm-8pm via zoom.
Open Group starting June 10th, 2021
Note: No Group on National Holiday Weeks
Must have access to secure internet connection. Family support classes & group sessions will be held via secure zoom call. All individual therapy will be held via Simple Practice Portal.
Lora has over 3 years' experience providing Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) to include a graduate internship and professional practice in a clinical mental health setting. Lora completed her DBT training through Behavioral Tech: A Linehan Institute Training Company in 2019. She has provided DBT therapy and skills training to support clients regarding several issues such as anger management, substance use, self-harm, suicidal ideation, anxiety, depression, and difficulty managing relationship.
Lora will be providing Individual therapy and co-facilitating skills group.
Dr. Stretch has over twenty-five years of experience in counseling and 18 years of experiences as a Dialectical Behavioral Therapist. She received her initial DBT training from Dr. Meggan Moorhead, a Behavioral Tech trainer in 1999. Dr. Stretch lectures and trains students in DBT techniques and utilizes DBT in her therapeutic practice with adolescents, adults, and families.
Dr. Stretch will be conducting family support classes and co-facilitating skills group.
Due to my current position at the LGBT Center of Raleigh as Youth and Family Coordinator, I will NOT accept clients under the age of 25 years old whom may benefit from the services offered by the Center and who live in Wake County or the surrounding area.
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