DBT Group

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) helps with relationships, anger, depression, and mood swings that get so intense they make you do things you regret. DBT was first discovered as a treatment for borderline personality disorder and helps people with bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, or a major life crisis.

What to Expect

This interactive seminar teaches four core DBT skills:

1. Mindfulness helps people observe, describe, and participate in their lives without judging these experiences as “good” or “bad.”
2. Interpersonal Effectiveness is a way to successfully assert your needs and manage conflict in relationships.
3. Distress Tolerance. During a crisis or major stress, you will learn ways to improve the moment, tolerate the distress, and avoid doing things that can make it worse in the long run.
4. Emotion Regulation helps people identify emotional reactions and act wisely in the face of them.

Cost & Insurance Coverage 

The group is covered by most insurers. The self-pay rate is $40/session.

Additional Information

This DBT group is for participants ages 18 and up.

The groups work best when combined with individual therapy. To schedule your first individual therapy session, please click here.


Tuesdays from 5pm-7pm

104 Cambridge Plaza Dr, Winston-Salem, NC 27104

Led by Esther Whyte

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Virtual Groups

Thursdays from 4pm-6pm

Co-Led by Elena Dolman & Becky Stevens

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DBT Inquiry Form

  • During COVID, our groups meet online via video call.

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