Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Informed Skills Programs
Mood disorder treatment that works.
We know the challenges severe depression and anxiety can cause. We also know how to help.
At Sharp, we offer two evidence-based treatment programs — a dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) program and a cognitive behavioral therapy program — to treat a full spectrum of depression and anxiety disorders, such as major depression, bipolar disorder, panic and anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, trauma and personality disorders, including borderline personality disorder.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Informed Skills Program
This eight-week outpatient program will help you learn the coping skills to better manage severe emotional reactions, intense anxiety, impulsivity, self-harm, suicidal thoughts and high-conflict relationships.
Our formally trained dialectical behavioral therapists will support you and help you to learn and practice coping techniques to improve your daily functioning and stabilize your mood. We also offer group therapy sessions, which meet Tuesday through Friday.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program
This outpatient program is designed to help you manage major depression, bipolar disorder, panic and anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder and trauma.
Our expert team will help you identify the relationship among thoughts, emotions and behaviors, and will guide you in practicing coping techniques to develop healthier responses to life situations and stressors. Our program meets Monday through Friday, offering both morning and afternoon sessions.
We're here to support you every step of the way.
We know how important support can be in managing your coping skills long-term, which is why we offer a free family support group available to those who help care for a loved one coping with a range of mood and anxiety disorders.
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