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    Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Training group for adults begins every 9 weeks. This group serves adults (18+) who have demonstrated difficulties with emotional regulation, self-injurious or self-destructive behaviors, eating disorders, impulsivity, chronic suicidal thoughts or gestures, or traits of Borderline Personality Disorder. Group meets on Sundays from 5:45-7:15 pm. An intake is needed to participate. Please call or email for more information. Space is limited. 
    The 8-week modules are:
    Mindfulness and Emotion Regulation  Mindfulness and Interpersonal Effectiveness  Mindfulness and Distress Tolerance
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    Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Training group for teens begins every 9 weeks. This group serves boys and girls ages 12 to 17 who have demonstrated difficulties with emotional regulation, self-injurious or self-destructive behaviors, eating disorders, impulsivity, chronic suicidal thoughts or gestures, or emerging traits of Borderline Personality Disorder. Group meets on Sundays from 4:00-5:30 pm. An intake is needed to participate. Please call or email for more information. Space is limited. 
    The 8-week modules are:
    Mindfulness and Emotion Regulation  Mindfulness and Interpersonal Effectiveness  Mindfulness and Distress Tolerance
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    “Now Forming. This group focuses specifically on teaching high school aged girls stress tolerance, impulse control, mindfulness, mood regulation. This is a 16 week closed ended group. $60 per session.”
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    “DBT skills training teaches life management skills in the core areas of Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Interpersonal Effectiveness, and Emotional Regulation. This is evidence-based treatment for those with Borderline Personality Disorder, self-harm, chronic suicidal ideation, eating disorders, substance abuse, and extremes of emotions. It is also effective in managing anger, anxiety and depression. Goals focus on having a life worth living and relationships that are less stressful and more fulfilling.”
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    “Teen support group for girls overcoming challenges including - self-harm behavior, anxiety, depression, peer/family conflict, abuse, grief/loss, anger, substance use, and eating disorder issues, Focus of group will be on communication skills, self-esteem, personal empowerment, expressing emotions, and interpersonal skills. Sessions will include psycho-education, expressive arts, and supportive counseling.”
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  6. “This group is specifically designed for 12-18 year old adolescents who have or are currently self-harming and their immediate family members. No siblings younger that 12 please. Adolescents must have individual DBT therapist as well. ( a referral list will be provided at pre-screening visit). This is a 6 month, once a week commitment to the health of your entire family.”
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  7. “This group is for adolescents between 12-17 years old who have considered, attempted, engaged or compulsively cut. We will focus on using a range of techniques that are evidence based and commonly used to decrease and stop the cravings/urges and ultimately, the behavior. The group process is experiential, involving music, drama, art, and creative writing. This group will not focus on the judgement of cutting and the physical scars, but instead, promote healthy objective ways to master emotional scars and grow as a young adult. Informational series for family members/parents will be held monthly.”
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    “This group is for teens who self harm. The group is facilitated by Amy Scholz, LMSW. This is an educational and support group for teens who struggle with self harming behavior. Self-harm can be a way of coping with problems. Group members will work to learn healthy ways of coping with intense feelings and emotions. Group members will also explore the root of self harm behavior, identify triggers to self harm and learn more effective and healthier coping techniques to manage and control intense emotions.”
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  9. “This DBT based group will not only focus on reducing self-harming behaviors, including all types of eating disorders, addictions, cutting behavior, or other behavioral patterns that interfere with the potential to live life with a measure of effectiveness, and happiness, but will also have an intensive interpersonal focus to help individuals navigate chronic interpersonal difficulties that have served as impediments to success.”
    For adults.
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  10. “Adolescents appear to be struggling more and more with how to manage powerful and often negative emotions. If your teen is choosing unhealthy ways to cope with feelings, they may benefit from my supportive and directive group that encourages active skills practice and emotional and behavioral change.”
    Teens age 14 to 19. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).
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  11. “Sometimes life situations can push you to the edge, feeling alone, scared, not understood, and unable to reach out. There is a need to escape and at some point in your life, self harm became your outlet, a way to release your pain. This pain is your pain and together with peers you can learn alternative skills to deal with your hurt. This group will provide a safe and supportive environment needed to address your personal needs. If you are a parent or know someone with these feelings, please contact me today.”
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  12. “A 12 week Curriculum for Parents/Family Members. This group teaches core DBT skills and focuses on helping parents/family members support their loved one suffering from Mood and Borderline Personality disorders, Self-Harm, Addictive Behaviors and Eating Disorders.”
    Also  has a number of other DBT groups.
    Groups held in various locations across Southern California.
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    Offers individual, family, and group counseling. Also educates parents and holds girls retreats. 
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    Houston Psychotherapists, Inc., is a group of licensed professional counselors, licensed clinical social workers, and licensed psychologists who work together to provide a full range of psychological services to Cypress, Houston, Tomball, and surrounding areas. We provide specialized services for children, adolescents, adults, older adults, couples, and families.
    Their clinicians possess training and expertise in self-harm amongst other issues.
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    A psychotherapy group. One of their main areas of expertise is self-harm.
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    Lori offers individual, pre-marital, family counseling, group therapy, professional consulting services for mental health professionals, media consulting regarding psychological issues, seminars, & Texas LPC Intern Supervision.
    One of her areas of expertise is self-harm.
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  17. Teenagers that struggle with self-injurious behaviors tend to feel isolated and disconnected from peers.  Research has found that teens struggling with such behaviors tend to turn to social media, such as Facebook, Instagram, etc. to connect with others.  This can be detrimental to the adolescent, as many social media outlets remain unmonitored and may include material that could hinder, rather than help, the teen.
    This group was created to bring teenage females struggling with self-injury together in a structured, therapeutic environment to allow them the opportunity to connect with others in a supportive space, receive psychoeducation on their condition, and learn healthy ways of dealing with stressors in their life in a monitored setting.
    The group will be facilitated by Katie Overcash, LCSW and Lynne Beck, LPC.  Group sessions occur on a bi-weekly basis on Tuesdays from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM starting.  The group will have an open format, meaning that attendees are welcome to come and go to bi-weekly sessions as they please.
    See link for details.
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    “Katie has experience and training in the areas of anxiety, depression, school difficulty, divorce, separation, grief, trauma, domestic violence, child abuse, ADHD, parenting, identity development, interpersonal relationships, and self-esteem building.  Katie is recognized in the community for years of experience in facilitating “Social Skills” groups for children and adolescents and working with adolescents who engage in self-injurious behavior.”
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  19. Therapist in Missouri. One of her areas of expertise is self-harm.
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    Trained by S.A.F.E. Alternatives and runs one of the S.A.F.E. Focus groups. Also has DBT groups and individual counseling.
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  21. Counseling center in Kentucky. 
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    Specializing in mental health services for children, teens, adults, and families. Specialties includes adolescents and self-harm.
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  23. Therapist whose specialties include treatment of self-harm.
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  24. Therapy group in Downers Grove, Illinois. One of their specialties is self-harm.
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  25. Chicago-area psychiatric and counseling service. One of their specialties is self-harm.
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