I know how to successfully implement DBT techniques for processing trauma.
In recent years, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) has risen in popularity as a viable form of therapy to treat the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental health issues that develop as a result of traumatic experiences. DBT for trauma usually involves implementing skills training, distress tolerance, and mindfulness to help people cope with and manage the effects of emotional distress. This form of therapy also helps trauma survivors identify and replace unhelpful behaviors while balancing validation with acceptance.
There are several common DBT for trauma techniques used today, which include mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, validation, self-acceptance, and others. As a therapist, teacher, and leader within the mental health profession, I know how to implement these techniques for improved client outcomes.
I have spent countless hours in the therapy chair working with trauma survivors, and I know what works and what doesn’t when it comes to helping clients work through their emotions, grief, and mental health difficulties. I am here to pass these techniques along to you, so you can get from here to there with the right strategy.
If you are ready to work through your trauma with the help of an experienced therapist, or if you are a therapist ready to enhance your training and learn new techniques for providing DBT for trauma, I am here for you. Contact me, Suzette Bray LMFT, today to learn more about my practice and options for clinicians in California.
I offer DBT for trauma to clients in Studio City, Burbank, Brentwood, Los Feliz, and the rest of California, as well as Arizona and Florida.