Venice Beach, CA (PRWEB) November 19, 2013
There are many options when it comes to treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and emotional dysregulation. Michael Roy, LCSW, executive director and founder of Clearview Women’s Center in Los Angeles, provides five reasons why Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) day treatment is a good choice for many struggling with BPD symptoms.
1. Needed structure. With six to eight hours of therapy each day, DBT day treatment can provide people struggling with Borderline Personality Disorder additional structure they may need to better manage their symptoms.
2. Middle of the road. Dialectical Behavior Therapy day treatment is most effective for those who don’t require the intensity of a residential BPD treatment environment but who need more support than individual therapy or outpatient BPD treatment.
3. Comfort of home. People who participate in DBT day treatment can remain in the comfort of their own home, or another supportive living environment. In day treatment, they will work on learning to apply the skills they gain to their natural environment.
4 Intensive treatment. Through a combination of individual and group therapy, a DBT day treatment program will provide people with treatment comparable to an inpatient or residential Borderline Personality Disorder program.
5. More support. With DBT day treatment, people struggling with BPD symptoms will get the support they need to recover from BPD and address co-occurring disorders. Therapists and other staff will help to teach and reinforce DBT skills between sessions and after hours through phone coaching.
About Clearview Women’s Center
Clearview Women’s Center for Borderline Personality and Emotional Disorders, a division of Clearview Treatment Programs, is the premiere program for BPD on the West Coast. Clearview Women’s Center provides comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Therapy residential and day treatment programs in Los Angeles.
Clearview Women’s Center offers the most intensive day treatment program for BPD on the West Coast, providing Borderline Personality Disorder therapy, support, and structure six to eight hours per day, five days per week. Clients entering Clearview’s DBT day treatment program will be provided individualized treatment in an intimate and nurturing environment.
As a comprehensive DBT day treatment program, Clearview Women’s Center DBT therapists are extensively trained in DBT and able to provide all modes of DBT therapy, including individual DBT sessions, DBT skills groups, and phone coaching.
For more on Clearview Women’s Center and Dialectical Behavior Therapy day treatment, visit http://www.clearviewwomenscenter.com or call 800-573-0770.
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