Welcome! At Carolina Integrative Psychotherapy, we offer services employing evidence-based practices drawing from our training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy and family systems approaches.
There are a variety of resources for expanding our relationship skills on the pages that follow. The purpose of this website is to help you explore how DBT can be helpful in relationships. DBT or Dialectical Behavior Therapy holds that each of us can always learn more about our patterns of relating, of thinking, of feeling, and being in the world. We can learn skills and perspectives that help us to be more accepting of our current lives while also more able to effectively change. This ongoing (sorry, nothing is permanent) balance of acceptance and change is the core dialectic that guides our creating meaningful relationships.
Mindfulness in the Red Zone?
12 Week DBT Skills for Couples, Winter 2019.
Saturday DBT Family Skills Training in Winter/Spring 2019.
Intro Half-Day of DBT for Families, Couples and Friends, TBA.
Video introductions to Family Skills Training
For your skillful coping with this year's holidays...The DBT Top Ten Holiday Antidotes for 2018!
How To Use This Website?
- If you want to know more about DBT, then you may want to first view the pages under "DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY" tab above. If you hold the pointer over "DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY," you can access the drop-down menu for resources, forms & worksheets, and information on our skills groups for families, couples & psychotherapists.
- For more specific application of skills, you may find the "BLOGS" to be useful.