Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Skills Groups Online

The path to a life worth living

DBT Skills Groups in the UK via Zoom

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SKILLS Support Group

This group is ideal for people who would like to gain the support and feedback from others about practicing their DBT skills.

What works? What doesn't work?

Share with the group the skills you are using and whether you get benefit from them or not.  Learn how others are putting their DBT Skills into practice.

Who can attend?

The Skills Support Group is open to people* who are currently using DBT Skills. The group takes place weekly and you can attend as little or as often as you like.

Pick n Mix Groups

All of the Skills.  In any order.  You choose the DBT Skills you want to learn and practice.

Topics on each DBT Skill

You can decide to attend for any skills topic group in any order.  Attend for all of them or just one.

Who can attend?

The Pick and Mix topic groups are open to anyone* who has an interest in practicing DBT Skills for themselves.  You may be completely new to DBT or you may have already completed DBT Skills training and just want to refresh on a few skills.

Your Group Facilitator

An experienced Counsellor for over 27 years, David Brown provides a professional, supportive and confidential service.

David completed intensive DBT training in 1999 and in 2010 conducted by British Isles DBT Training in association with the Linehan Training Group, co-sponsored by Behavioural Tech LLC.

Whilst working in the NHS Mental Health and Addiction Services he regularly facilitated the DBT Skills Training Groups.

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Not Sure?

Can’t decide if DBT skills are for you, or not sure which groups to choose?

Contact David.

Email or Zoom

Email David if you have any queries about DBT Skills Groups or book a FREE 15 minute Online Appointment if you have questions and would like to check your Zoom will work technically.

*Please note that this is not a crisis service.  DBT Skills need to be practiced with the aim of achieving a life worth living.

If you are in a crisis you should contact your GP, your local mental health team, or the Samaritans on 116123