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Distress Tolerance Group

July 23 @ 10:00 am-11:30 am

What is the distress tolerance group?

Distress Tolerance is one of four modules that make up Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Distress tolerance skills help individuals tolerate and survive crises without making things worse (crisis survival skills), especially when one cannot make the situation better right away.

Distress tolerance skills also teach individuals how to use acceptance as a tool to reduce suffering and build a life worth living (reality acceptance skills). Additionally, this group will cover a set of skills to utilize when the crisis one is dealing with is addiction.

Facilitated by: Helen Chao, LCSW & Jen Zanoli, PsyD #PSB9402770 Clinical supervisor Matt Blagys, PhD #21802

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Date:
July 23
Time:
10:00 am-11:30 am
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Venue

Mind Therapy Clinic (in-person) Corte Madera
240 Tamal Vista Ste 250
Corte Madera, CA 94925 United States
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Phone
415-945-9870

What is the distress tolerance group?

Distress Tolerance is one of four modules that make up Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Distress tolerance skills help individuals tolerate and survive crises without making things worse (crisis survival skills), especially when one cannot make the situation better right away.

Distress tolerance skills also teach individuals how to use acceptance as a tool to reduce suffering and build a life worth living (reality acceptance skills). Additionally, this group will cover a set of skills to utilize when the crisis one is dealing with is addiction.

Facilitated by: Helen Chao, LCSW & Jen Zanoli, PsyD #PSB9402770 Clinical supervisor Matt Blagys, PhD #21802

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Distress Tolerance Group

July 23 @ 10:00 am-11:30 am

What is the distress tolerance group?

Distress Tolerance is one of four modules that make up Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Distress tolerance skills help individuals tolerate and survive crises without making things worse (crisis survival skills), especially when one cannot make the situation better right away.

Distress tolerance skills also teach individuals how to use acceptance as a tool to reduce suffering and build a life worth living (reality acceptance skills). Additionally, this group will cover a set of skills to utilize when the crisis one is dealing with is addiction.

Facilitated by: Helen Chao, LCSW & Jen Zanoli, PsyD #PSB9402770 Clinical supervisor Matt Blagys, PhD #21802

Details

Date:
July 23
Time:
10:00 am-11:30 am
Series:
Event Category:

Venue

Mind Therapy Clinic (in-person) Corte Madera
240 Tamal Vista Ste 250
Corte Madera, CA 94925 United States
+ Google Map
Phone
415-945-9870

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