DBT changes lives!

DBT therapy has a long and well-documented history of effectiveness in the treatment of a wide variety of issues

Southlake provides intensive group Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for both individuals and families. If you or your family have difficulty managing emotions, fostering interpersonal relationships, or dealing with stress, then DBT may help. Our group sessions are available during both day and evening hours to provide you with rich opportunities for growth, improved relationships, and increased self-respect.

  1. I feel tense, stressed, or on edge even when there is nothing immediately confronting me in the moment.
  1. I can’t seem to relax as much as I would like to, even when I try.
  1. My hands shake or I’m anticipating failure a good deal of the time.
  1. I jump when a loud noise comes, even though I later find it wasn’t anything dangerous.
  1. It takes me a lot longer than other people to relax.
  1. I’m always prepared or expecting something bad to happen to me.
  1. I feel vulnerable, like many things can hurt me, even though no one in particular is trying to hurt me.
  1. My emotions always seem to be “on” or prepared to be “on,” even though I try to be calm and relaxed.
  1. I feel depressed.
  1. My feelings are intense, but I just can’t get moving.
  1. Sometimes I just wish I could die.
  1. It doesn’t take much to get me going (I react emotionally to even minor events.)
  1. Many times “emotional” commercials make me cry.
  1. I wear my feelings on my sleeve in that, when I feel something, I typically express it openly.
  1. Other people tell me I’m an emotional person.
  1. I believe I feel my emotions more intensely than others do.
  1. When someone else hurts, I frequently hurt with them.
  1. I seem to be keyed in to what others are thinking and feeling.
  1. Once I feel an emotion, it’s hard for me to stop feeling it.
  1. My strong emotions seem to last forever.
  1. I can’t stop feeling anxious or depressed without great effort.
  1. My feelings frequently don’t tell me how I should best behave or what to do next.
  1. I can’t trust my gut reactions like others seem to be able to do.
  1. I wish I could eliminate my feelings, since they seem to get in my way rather than help me most of the time.
  1. When I feel tense, I do everything possible in order to feel differently as fast as possible.
  1. When someone hurts me, I immediately leave the room, usually no matter what the consequences or how it will look.
  1. When I begin to feel down and depressed, I can’t stand it.
  1. I can’t stand strong emotions, even if they are normal.
  1. I stay away from people who make me uncomfortable, even if they are not mean to me.
  1. I avoid situations and people who have hurt me in the past, even when this is difficult to do.
  1. I do whatever I can to avoid being hurt, even though I may miss opportunities to get what I want.
  1. People who know me well might call me a “fraidy cat” because I won’t take chances.
  1. I’m afraid of my strong feelings.
  1. I can’t wait to solve my problems, even though I know it took a long time for the problems to develop.
  1. I would say I’m impulsive. I do things without a lot of thinking because I want quick results.
  1. People tell me I’m impatient because I want what I want now.
  1. I’m anxious because I feel that my problems are so bad they should be changed immediately. They are so bad that I can’t wait for my problems to be solved.
  1. I feel dread about the future. Something bad is going to happen if I’m not careful.
  1. I frequently do things without thinking them through.
  1. I feel pressure to make changes to my life.

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