Think.Calm DBT Group Program
“Since everything is a reflection of our minds, everything can be changed by our minds.” - Buddha!
Serenity, the ability to find calmness when all around is in chaos... This is the founding principle of Think.Calm, a Dialectical Behavioural Therapeutic (DBT) program designed to assist people trapped in a perpetual state of distress to challenge and change old and negative patterns of thinking and behaviour.
Think.Calm combines two therapeutic techniques, CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) and mindfulness, to teach participating individuals how to rewrite these negative patterns and develop skills and tools that greatly improve the quality and trajectory of their lives.
DBT is a valuable therapy for people diagnosed with personality disorders, depression, anxiety, substance abuse and post traumatic stress.
As a catalyst for igniting change, Our Think.Calm DBT program has a number of benefits.
For more information, click on our digital brochure: Dialectical Behavioural Therapy.
Would you recommend DBT to anyone else?
“ Yes 100%, I would go as far as to suggest that it even be a curriculum offered to people who do not necessarily have mental health issues, but want to improve self.”
“ Amazing, life-changing experience!! Loved it”
The DBT session held immense value and flowed well from session to session, so each module was enjoyable even if sometimes uncomfortable. The facilitators were awesome in their empathy and examples and aiding the participants in discussing and enabling even more value. Thank you ladies!
WHAT WAS YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH THE FACILITATORS KNOWLEDGE OF DBT?
"A wide Knowledge and very confident. Explained things well, always willing to help.”
"I found the facilitator to be very knowledgeable, approachable, easy to engage with, updated and had good insights to add."
Which sessions of the workshop did you find most useful
Session 2: Affect regulation and the brain
Why: “Helped me understand why I lose control of my emotions and feel like I am not myself and how to change that”