Exploring the complex world of DBT can reveal a new way to approach mental health and addiction. Celebrated for its efficacy, DBT provides a holistic and compassionate perspective through which people navigate through their challenges.
Combining cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with mindfulness practice, DBT gives people the tools they need to effectively manage stressful situations, setting them up for long-term healing.
Join us on a journey of self-discovery as we reveal the deep impact that DBT has on our mental well-being and substance use, illuminating the road to sobriety and profound change.
One of the first steps when seeking treatment for substance abuse is the detoxification process. Here you are medically supervised and managed through withdrawal process to rid the body of drugs & alcohol.
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The family program at Calusa Recovery is an integral part of our programming. Family therapy is an essential part of the recovery process because it allows members of the entire family system to learn how to recover as a unit while supporting their loved-one in recovery.
Dialectical behavior therapy is based on dialectics, which is the practice of bringing two or more opposing points of view together in order to achieve equilibrium. Dialectical behavior therapy recognizes the dialectical relationship between acceptance and resistance, and encourages people to accept both as part of their healing journey.
DBT is broken down into four core modules: mindfulness; distress tolerance; emotion regulation; and interpersonal effectiveness. Together, these modules form the core of DBT, giving people the tools they need to effectively manage their emotions and behavior.
Because DBT is a relationship-based therapy, the therapist and the patient work together to create an environment conducive to growth and self-awareness.
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While DBT provides a path to recovery for people struggling with mental health issues and substance abuse problems, it does come with some challenges along the way. Breaking habits of thought and behavior, learning new coping techniques, and cultivating self-love can all be difficult tasks that take patience and support.
Interpersonal dynamics in group DBT may also provide you with opportunities to work through conflict, differences in point of view, and the intricacies of working together. By embracing DBT principles like non-judgment, acceptance, and assertive communication in a group setting, you can create a supportive and inclusive environment that will help you face these challenges with strength and compassion.
Acknowledging and responding to these moments with empathy and transparency can help you gain a better understanding of your inner world and improve your ability to grow and change.
DBT’s impact on mental health, as well as its impact on substance abuse, is mind-boggling. By combining cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with mindfulness practices, DBT gives people the tools they need to navigate stressful situations, setting them up for long-term healing.
Integrating these skills into daily life helps build resilience, self-control, and adaptive coping skills, enriching your ability to live authentically and gracefully through life’s challenges.
When you choose DBT, you’re embarking on a journey of resilience, change, and deep healing, supported by a therapeutic mindset that respects your innate ability to thrive and heal.