Interpersonal Effectiveness / Relationship Skills Group:  

Thursdays in Raytown 6:00-7:00 pm
10 Weeks beginning on June 15th, 2017

Clients may join from June 15 - June 29

Group is billable to insurance.

Clickhere for more details!

Call to schedule an assessment prior to June 15th to reserve a seat.

 

"there are no words to express the gratitude I have for each one of you. you have all given me the tools i ​need to succeed.  i came to you with nothing, i wasn't even sure I wanted to be alive. but through these last months, you have given me everything i need to be a productive, emotionally balanced person." ​​  T.s., DBT graduate

for more information about

Dialectical behavior therapy

visit www.dbtmo.com

DBT Skills Training:

Teen/Caregiver - Mondays 5 - 7 pm Raytown

Adult - Thursdays 5 - 7 pm Raytown or           Wednesdays 11 am - 1 pm Liberty


 

intensive outpatient treatment

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

The Center for Healing & Recovery offers a comprehensive

DBT program specializing in trauma and addictions.  Our therapists

bring together years of experience and dedication working with

families, men, and women who struggle with symptoms of trauma

such as personality disorders, self-harm, suicidality, substance

abuse, and eating disorders.

 

We are committed to providing evidence-based DBT treatment with

an adherent program registered with the Missouri Department of

Mental Health.  The components of treatment we offer include

1) individual therapy, 2) skills training sessions, 3) skills coaching

calls, and 4) consultation team meetings. 

 

1) Individual Therapy - clients attend 50-minute therapy sessions with their DBT therapist once a week.  Individual sessions focus on client's urges, emotions, and behaviors including how to apply DBT skills to specific situations. 
 

2) Skills Training - clients attend a 2-hour skills training class once a week with two DBT therapists and other DBT clients.  Skills training is conducted in a classroom style environment to help clients learn and use DBT skills.  Caregivers attend weekly skills training with their teen.


3) Skills Coaching - clients have access to 24/7 skills coaching calls with their DBT therapist.  Coaching calls are designed to help clients in the moment of both crisis and non-crisis situations use their DBT skills.  It may be easy for some to learn the skills in the classroom but applying them in a real-world situation is usually quite difficult. 


4) Consultation - all therapist on the DBT Team meet once a week for consultation, training, and support from the team members.  This helps the therapists be effective throughout the treatment process.