Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is one of the numerous ways a therapist can approach counseling to help you heal and change problematic thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. I’m Olja Haglund, a therapist in Grand Rapids, MI, and if you’ve found this page on my website, you are likely pretty knowledgeable about the therapy process. If DBT has been recommended to you by a therapist, physician, or friend, you can find out more about this approach to counseling on the page below. I’m always happy to answer your questions about different counseling approaches to help you find the right way to heal, grow, and achieve your therapy goals.
What is DBT?
Can DBT Help Me?
This treatment approach was originally developed to help people who were struggling with personality disorders, specifically, borderline personality disorder (BPD), but today, DBT practices are used as part of therapy sessions for a number of conditions, including:
- Substance use disorders
- Eating disorders
- Suicidal ideation
How Does DBT Work?
Get Started with a Phone Consultation
If you’re interested in learning more, let’s get started with a 15-minute phone consultation today. You can use my contact form or call the office to set up this consultation. If you do not reach me via phone, please leave a voicemail, and I will be in touch within 24 hours.
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