"Good fit" is a phrase that therapists use to identify clients that they think will work well with them, and encompasses a lot of things. I am going to try to break it down. Here are some of the considerations: Logistics - virtual or in person therapy availability payment & insurance level of care Demographics … Continue reading What does “Goodness of Fit” Mean?
DBT v. RO-DBT – what are they?
This post is for the other providers out there (mostly). I gave a presentation to the Virginia Beach Psychiatric Center recently and this summarizes some of the information shared there. **BTW, the two adorable doggos pictured are Cleo and Jade, my two dogs who well represent the different personalities that typify clients who work well … Continue reading DBT v. RO-DBT – what are they?
DBT in the MCU
Bruce Banner, She Hulk & DBT Do we have any MCU fans out there? I just saw the new Disney+ premiere for “She-Hulk: Attorney-At-Law” and if you haven’t seen it yet, there are some spoilers in here… 38 second video What is Dialectical Behavior Therapy or DBT? Forever Geek: What is DBT? I don’t think … Continue reading DBT in the MCU
What is DBT?
Dialectical Behavior Therapy or DBT was originally developed by Marsha Linehan to work with clients who are dysregulated and engage in maladaptive coping, but is now used in a variety of treatment settings. Basics DBT has become one of the main modalities for a lot of therapists, and most treatment centers working with clients with … Continue reading What is DBT?