DBT Therapy Scotland
For people with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), daily events and situations can be much harder to handle without losing emotional control. Fortunately, there is a treatment option for this condition that has proven to be very successful over the years.
Comprehensive DBT Therapy in Scotland
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), which is a form of CBT, has been shown to help more than 75% of patients who try it. As DBT specialists, we have treated thousands of BPD sufferers in the UK, including many here in Scotland. It would be our pleasure to extend the same treatment to you, via a small online Zoom group that meets on a weekly basis. Before enrolling in a group, we ask you to take an assessment so we can make sure that DBT in Scotland is the right choice for you. You can book an assessment online at any time and under normal circumstances, we will be able to make all the necessary arrangements within 24 hours of receiving your booking request.
Assessment for DBT Therapy in Scotland: What to Expect
If you have never been formally assessed, you may feel a little nervous about the prospect of revealing personal details to a therapist online but there is nothing for you to worry about.
All assessments are private and confidential, and are conducted by a fully qualified and experienced professional. Furthermore, because DBT focuses on analysing your behaviour and learning new skills to cope with emotional swings, you will not be asked to reveal sensitive information about your past. Your therapist will concentrate on assessing the frequency and severity of the symptoms that you experience now.
After your assessment has been completed, you will then be able to discuss what the best treatment for your condition is. If we believe that DBT therapy in Scotland is a suitable mode of treatment for your condition, we will help you to enrol in a course that takes place at a convenient time every week.
Book Your Initial Assessment
You can find lots more information on our website about what each DBT course covers and the additional support groups that you will have access to whilst you are undergoing treatment with us. If, after reading all the available information you still have some unanswered questions about DBT, please do not hesitate to contact us. You can call us during normal office hours, send us an email whenever you wish or complete the enquiry form on our website.w.