They’re complicated, facing pressures and need more than love
Some things are too big, too heavy, too hard and too much for all of us, including our kids. There’s nothing simple or automatic about growing up and understanding one’s self—most of us work at it our entire lives. At MHS, we tailor DBT to fit young people and your young person. It’s not DBT-lite, it’s DBT-appropriate.
We separate our adolescent DBT program by two age groups:
MHS sends out periodic newsletters to support any family parenting teens with mental illness, not just our clients. Our goal is to share information about DBT, upcoming events, and tips for parenting teens with mental illness. If you would like to receive these newsletters, sign up below:
Caregiver Education Nights
Starting in early 2023, Mental Health Systems will offer monthly caregiver education nights for families parenting teens with mental illness. We will cover topics such as:
encouraging effective behaviors
encouraging healthy technology use
Similar to the newsletter, this resource is not limited to our clients. If you are interested in attending a caregiver education night, please check back on this webpage later or sign up for the newsletter above to be alerted when registration opens.
DBT brings relief
For those experiencing intense emotions, unmanagable distress, and relationship difficulties. DBT is an evidence-based treatment that provides effective coping skills to manage depression, anxiety, and other emotion-based difficulties.
Virtu-Clinic: Virtual connecting with real results
Nearly all of our programs are available online via our Virtu-Clinic. This option allows you to receive our evidence-based programs in the convenience of your home. Same therapists and clients—just shrunk down to screen size.