There is a life out there that you want and NYC has it to offer. But, you may be unsure of yourself and how to build a roadmap to make your dreams a reality. Does that sound familiar? Life can be hard as an Emerging Adult. Decisions can be agonizing. You can learn to cope and make the most of it.
DBT was developed to help people build a “Build a Life Worth Living,” as creator Dr. Marsha Linehan says. Dr. Matthew Mandelbaum finds that it can help people “Build a Life of Worth”.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) was developed by Dr. Marsha Linehan. It is an evidence-based treatment designed to help people “Build a Life Worth Living,” as Dr. Marsha Linehan says. DBT combines Western practices of cognitive behavioral therapy with Eastern contemplative practices of mindfulness to create problem solving skills that bring about change. With dialectics, people learn to avoid black and white thinking and can learn to tolerate ambiguity to see the potential for development. Originally developed to worked with clients who have borderline personality disorder, DBT has been used to treat those who have depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, PTSD, eating disorders and other conditions.
People have come to DBT seeking help with life skills that cover four main competencies: mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation and distress tolerance.
I believe in the human capacities for hope, faith, and optimism. These capacities can be learned. DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) can be a helpful way for many to learn them. I believe that the learning can take place in an environment that incorporates joy and seriousness. I believe in the power of the journey to create a more authentic self. When it comes to understanding Executives, Business Professionals, Emerging Adults, Educators, and University Students, I can relate on multiple levels, because I have been them all and I have worked with all of those populations. I know about developing hopes and dreams and about creating an action plan to turn dreams into reality. I understand that sometimes life unfolds itself in a non-linear way and that not all those who wander are lost.