Groups are LIVE ONLINE: Upcoming Intro to DBT starts Aug. 13 "Interpersonal Mastery" now posted in our School of DBT : Stay tuned for "DBT Surf and Refresh" to be posted soon

Online DBT Skills Group

Dialectical Living is now pleased to offer our DBT 100 Introduction to DBT Skills and DBT 200 Advanced DBT  online! Learn the same material as the in-person group using an interactive online platform. The live class runs once a week and all classes are recorded for later viewing to ensure any missed class can easily be caught up.

Taking our online DBT course is a great option for those who are unsure about an in-person group or require flexibility due work, school or family obligations. An online platform also makes the course completely accessible as you attend from the comfort of your home, from anywhere in the world!

Our online programs are valued over many others because:

  • Our groups are small. We limit our class size to 15 people so you have a more personable, safe and trusting learning environment.
  • We encourage interactivity using your cameras and mics while others limit communication to chat boxes only.
  • We offer personalized contact between sessions. our facilitators are available for phone/skill coaching.
  • We use Zoom.us which enables break out rooms so people can be grouped together into smaller teams to learn and practice skills with one another.
  • We pride ourself in making learning fun and interactive and as close to the in-person group experience as possible.

To register click here

Requirements:

  • Computer
  • High-speed internet connection
  • Webcam
  • Microphone

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