Dialectical Behaviour Therapy

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy2023-04-05T17:32:51+01:00

Online Dialectical Behaviour Therapy

Dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT) is similar to CBT, which works to help counter negative thought patterns and push a more positive overview of life. DBT tactics can help with stress tolerance, improving your responses and helping you cope. Learn how to distract yourself in order to diffuse any negative emotions and thoughts.

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Virtual DBT Therapy From The Comfort Of Your Home

Our online DBT therapy sessions are run by a qualified counsellor, matched to you. All communication is through our in-app platform.
You will reach milestones as you progress through gradual sessions. Your progress is up to you. You’re in control of when you choose to engage in the benefits of DBT, with everything set up to start and continue at your own pace.

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Find the cause

Acceptance and Commitment therapy offers a safe space to talk and find the root causes of your stresses. Through guided discussion, learn the real reason for your triggers.

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Talk through it

Find the route to finally accept yourself. Our qualified therapist help guide therapeutic discussion. Sometimes an outside perspective could mean all the difference in understanding yourself.

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Accept yourself

Finally reach a point where you can handle and manage any current and future concerns. Reach your full potential of acceptance and commitment within yourself.

What’s the aim of DBT?

The aim of dialectical behavioural therapy is to identify any problems, develop emotional intelligence, find your balance, and reach a solution.

Our individual DBT therapy will dive into the negative emotions to find their route cause and change those negative emotions. The ultimate goal is to reach a solution to battle negative thoughts, emotions, and actions.

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Benefits of SupportRoom

  • Support when you need it. 24/7 access.​
  • A platform for everyone. Correspond through text, voice message, or live video.
  • Completely secure and totally confidential.
  • Way more affordable than traditional therapy.​
  • No waiting. No judgement. Real therapists.​​
  • Analytics to track your journey progression​​.​​
  • Ongoing support.​

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who needs DBT therapy the most?2022-01-05T16:58:35+00:00

Commonly, DBT therapy has been highly effective for those who face anger, depression, anxiety, and frustration. This type of therapy is highly beneficial for those who continually experience intense negative emotions or those who have become vulnerable to a form of painful emotions caused by situations out of their control.

Is DBT effective for PTSD sufferers?2022-01-05T16:58:55+00:00

DBT therapy for PTSD is highly effective, in particular. As DBT therapy focuses on improving negative emotions, those who suffer from PTSD have found this form of therapy beneficial for them. Dialectical behavioural therapy aids in stabilisation, safety and learnt coping mechanisms. Trauma treatment is also another benefit of DBT therapy.

How long does DBT therapy last?2022-01-05T16:59:32+00:00

Effective DBT treatment lasts an average time of six months. The main goal is to reach goals of emotion regulation, distress tolerance, mindfulness, and interpersonal reflection. As DBT therapy is more intense, the length of treatment may vary depending on the individual.

What are the benefits to DBT?2022-01-05T16:59:57+00:00

The benefits of DBT therapy are a lifelong investment in one’s self. Our online DBT therapy helps to find ways to manage your emotions, regulate potentially harmful behaviours, and accept one’s self. Those who suffer from suicidal thoughts, depression, or PTSD have found this therapy highly effective.

DBT – How can we help?2022-03-10T15:56:49+00:00

We offer virtual therapy and the ability to track your success over time. You will be matched to one of our qualified therapists. No appointments are necessary and you can message and voice note your therapist when the time suits you. The hassle of going out of your way to receive health care is no longer necessary. A change to “regular” therapy as we know it!

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