Moving Toward Balance: Dance/Movement DBT Groups

Do you learn best by doing?

Have you gone through self-growth workshops in the past, but nothing quite stuck with you?

Are you looking for a fun, exploratory way to learn healthier coping skills?  

DBT (or Dialectical Behavior Therapy) is a truly amazing set of skills designed to help us move from surviving to thriving.

 

The healthy coping skills within DBT are made up of four categories: Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotion Regulation, and Interpersonal Effectiveness. These work as an integrated collection to help us move through suffering, to greater joy and connection with ourselves, others, and the larger world.

 

Usually, people learn these crucial life skills from a workbook, and through lectures from DBT therapists. But that kind of learning simply doesn't work for everybody.

Maybe you've taken a DBT course before, and want a deeper, more embodied understanding of the skills. Maybe you've never done DBT, but have had some luck with other 'mind-body' approaches, and know there's something in it for you...

I'm excited to offer the upcoming Moving Toward Balance: Dance/Movement DBT Groups! 

We will learn by doing, explore through movement, and deepen our understanding of DBT coping skills by both learning it in our minds and 'getting it' in our bodies. You'll walk away with an embodied sense of how it feels to practice the skills, and you'll be more able to apply them in your real life.  

Stay tuned for more information and dates!

To express your interest, or to be notified when the next group is scheduled, please contact me:

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