Adult DBT Skills Group. These groups are appropriate for adults ages 18 and older, men and women. The skills of Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotion Regulation and Interpersonal Effectiveness are taught in a weekly 90-minute session. These groups consist of teaching, experiential learning and discussion, with the goal of helping participants learn and incorporate the DBT skills into regular practice.
Adult DBT Skills Group (with Lona)
Adult DBT Skills Group (with Jen)
Adult DBT Skills Group (with Heather)
Adult DBT Skills Group (with Siobhan)
The Teen DBT Skills Group teaches the modules of DBT Skills for Adolescents including Mindfuless, Distress Tolerance, Emotion Regulation, Interpersonal Effectiveness, and Walking the Middle Path. These skills are designed to help participants learn to effectively regulate intense emotions and reduce self-defeating behaviors. This is primarily a psychoeducational group in which the focus is skill acquisition, development, and integration into everyday life.
Adolescent - Teen DBT Skills Group (with Dayna)
The Teen Coping Strategies and Support Group is focused on supporting teens through challenges and transitions; and encouraging the development of tools for self- care and healthy relationships. While also skills-focused in its content, this group will allow for more processing, sharing, and discussion among participants through experiential learning.
Teen Coping Strategies and Support (with Jen & Siobhan)
This group is intended to support the DBT graduate with continuing the practice of skills once they have completed the comprehensive skills training. A monthly 90-minute session offers the opportunity to practice and discuss what’s working and what is challenging participants in their regular application of the skills.
Graduate Adult DBT Skills Support Group (with Lona)
May 14th, 2020.
This group is intended to support and prepare new, returning and re-entering students into college life. The program uses DBT skills to help manage the intense emotions that often come with these transitions. Through discussion, creative activities, and experiential exercises, this group will teach the skills that are most relevant to the needs of college students. The group meets weekly for 90 minutes on Mondays at 4:30pm. The ten week session begins June 3rd and ends August 5th, 2019.
Summer Program for New/Returning College Students (with Lona , Jen and Siobhan)
Group Content: Putting It All Together.
DBT Skills Groups are psychoeducational in which skills are taught in the areas of: Mindfulness; Emotion Regulation; Distress Tolerance; and Interpersonal Effectiveness. (see description of DBT for more details about the 4 Skills Modules). These groups follow a set agenda in which new information is taught weekly and homework and skills practice is assigned. The focus of this group is teaching effective skill use for regulating emotions, changing destructive patterns of thinking and behavior, improving relationship skills, and building the life you desire DBT Groups Schedule (Dialectical Behavior Therapy), listed below
Group Room at Princeton Center for DBT
Lona Stranieri, LCSW
Lona is a DBT-Linehan Board of Certification, Certified Clinician™
609-921-0020 or 609-468-1712
213 Commons Way, Princeton NJ 08540
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