How to “Walk the Middle Path”

By: Krystyl Wright, LCSW Program Manager, DBT Lead Therapist Resilience Treatment What does it mean to give in? Giving in can surely damage the ego and therefore we hold on to our truth. In some instances, holding on to our truth and not letting go can indirectly...

Creating a Life Worth Living in DBT

By: Kimberly Sharp, MFTI DBT Therapist Resilience Treatment Center What makes a life worth living? What makes a life worth living for you? This is one of the first questions we ask clients who participate in our individual DBT skills sessions at Resilience Treatment...

The Freedom of Acceptance

By: Kimberly Jones, ASW DBT Therapist Resilience Treatment Center Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) helps individuals learn many different skills that can help to decrease emotional suffering. One of the most challenging and arguably one of the most valuable skills...

Hopes Rise with Mindfulness

By: Kimberly Jones, ASW DBT Therapist Resilience Treatment Center Recent statistics posted by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (2014) shows that on average 42,773 people commit suicide every year. Preexisting mental health conditions such as depression...