A form of CBT called enhanced cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT-E) is an adaptation of CBT designed to treat eating disorders. Learn more!
A form of CBT called Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E) is an adaptation of CBT designed to treat eating disorders. Learn more!
Managing a child with suicidal ideation can be an overwhelming task for parents. Here, we discuss treatment options and share helpful advice.
Tragically, the prevalence of suicidal teens has increased over the last decade. Here, we share advice for parents with a child in crisis.
An early response to eating disorder treatment is a strong predictor of a good outcome. Learn more in this post from Psychology Today!
For our final blog post in our mini DBT skills series, we’re going to focus on the PLEASE Master skill set and self-care.
Let’s continue Columbus Park’s Dialectical Behavior Therapy mini-series! Today, we will consider the skill of ACCEPTS.
Welcome to Columbus Park’s Dialectical Behavior Therapy mini-series! Today, let’s look at the skill of Observe, Describe, and Participate.
Columbus Park announced their Early Change Model for the achievement of optimal treatment outcomes for eating disorder recovery.
In today’s blog post, let’s take a closer look at emotion regulation and explore the three mind states of DBT.