Emotion Regulation Group
Wednesdays, 4:15pm to 5:45pm starting September 1st, 2021, for 12 weeks
Many people struggle to manage emotions – not knowing what they’re feeling, or what to do with emotions that arise – and often turn to problem behaviours in attempts to cope with emotions (e.g. avoiding, lashing out at others, doing things that are self-destructive).
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based treatment that helps people who struggle with emotion dysregulation related to mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and addictions; as well as difficulties with anger, grief, shame, and other painful emotions.
This 12 week-long DBT skills training group will teach participants skills to help:
Reduce emotional pain by increasing awareness and acceptance of the present moment
Endure intense emotions without making the situation worse
Identify, understand, and accept emotions, reduce emotional intensity, and improve problem-solving to promote planful responding rather than impulsive reacting
Improve relationships by setting healthier limits, problem-solving, and assertive communication
Cost of Group: $900 (includes a 30-minute assessment and group materials; receipt is provided upon payment for extended benefits or income tax purposes).
Sheri provides online monthly consultation groups for clinicians interested in developing their skills as DBT-informed therapists. Consultation groups will consist of a maximum of four participants, at a rate of $130 per person (plus hst), with a minimum required commitment of four sessions.
Two group times are offered: first Thursday of the month from 10:00 - 11:00am ET, and second Thursday of the month from 1:00 - 2:00 pm ET.
Due to the pandemic, there are currently no live events scheduled. Various online training options are available at the following links.
Workshops for the Workplace
Interested in making your workplace healthier? Contact Sheri at email@example.com for a customized workshop to help build your employees’ skills in mindfulness, emotion regulation and interpersonal effectiveness.