1. DBT Group Therapy
    DBT of TOWSON's 25-week course is led by DBT-trained therapists and helps clients build skills in Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotion Regulation, and Interpersonal Effectiveness. Day group meets Tuesdays 1:00pm-3:00pm. Evening group meets Tuesdays 7:00-9:00pm.
  2. DBT Individual Therapy
    DBT of TOWSON's trained therapists offer individual DBT therapy to help clients use skills to cope effectively with their personal problems and to achieve their goals. DBT is most effective when weekly DBT group is combined with DBT individual therapy.
  3. DBT Skills Coaching
    For skills-only clients, DBT of TOWSON offers individual skills-coaching sessions on an as-needed basis to help clients better understand how to apply the DBT skills they are learning in group to their individual lives.
About DBT of TOWSON
DBT of TOWSON provides group and individual Dialectical Behavior Therapy to adults. Led by trained DBT therapists, our 24-week program helps individuals who struggle to regulate their emotions and behaviors learn to achieve balance and build lives worth living.


DBT of TOWSON treats adults only. We do not treat adolescents and are unable to respond to requests for adolescent therapy. For links to adolescent providers, click here .


To learn more about our program, Contact DBT of TOWSON .


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 I am grateful that I completed the DBT course and learned things that can help me focus on making more effective decisions. When I look back on the experience I am glad that I signed up for the course. I still have to work hard in therapy and outside of therapy. Life still attempts to pull me down but I am more active in my treatment.
- DBT of TOWSON Client
What Is DBT?
Could DBT Help Me?
DBT is a type of therapy that works with thoughts and behaviors to change destructive emotional patterns. DBT clients attend group to learn skills to stay in the present moment, tolerate painful thoughts and feelings, change their emotional responses, and have healthy relationships.
Do you find yourself reacting  more emotionally to things than you perceive others do? Once you feel an emotion, do you believe that you feel it more intensely than others? Does it take you a long time to return to baseline once you are emotional? DBT may be for you!
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