Behavior Therapy

Behavior Therapy

At Reborn Therapy we believe in evidence-based care. We use therapeutic methods that research has proven to be the most effective for reducing symptoms. Depending on the level of care and diagnosis, patients may engage in:

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
  • Behavioral activation (BA)
  • Exposure and response prevention (ERP)
  • Prolonged exposure

Patients may encounter additional types of therapy while in treatment, but these form the foundation of care at Reborn Therapy. We work with patients in group, one-on-one and family therapy sessions.

  • What is DBT?

    DBT is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) originally developed by Marsha Linehan. DBT is useful for someone having difficulty regulating emotions or challenged by depression, bipolar disorders and other mood disorders, and eating disorders.

  • How does DBT work?

    Staff help patients learn how to accept uncomfortable or opposing thoughts and emotions, but also help patients realize where they have room for change.

    DBT-informed skills you may develop in treatment include:

    •  Mindfulness, or being present in your body and mind
    •  Interpersonal effectiveness
    •  Distress tolerance, or reacting in a wise manner, even if in distress
    •  Emotion regulation to reduce or improve self-defeating or self-harming behaviors

    DBT helps patients increase compassionate, non-judgmental acceptance of themselves while learning how to do better in managing their life. It helps patients react in a wiser, more effective manner, even if feeling distressed.

    DBT and DBT-informed skills are part of an increasing number of programs at Reborn Therapy, with a high level of fidelity, or compliance