Hope from accessible mental health services
DBT Intensive Outpatient Therapy includes the components of weekly individual DBT therapy, phone coaching, and weekly DBT skills training that focuses on mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness. This form of treatment is geared to address concerns of suicidal thinking, self-harming behaviors, hospitalizations, and other experiences of significant emotional/behavioral problems. Our therapy program is designed to be an intensive, long-term intervention, with an average length of six months to one year or longer. Our program employs the DBT adherent model developed and researched by Dr. Marsha Linehan.
DBT services at our clinic begin as early as age 11 years, and are provided through adolescence and adulthood. Each individualized DBT program is adapted to fit the needs of the client's age and development.
Volunteers of America-Minnesota
9220 Bass Lake Road
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday
Individual therapy and skills training: scheduled to meet the needs of the participant
Clients ages 11 and older, who have significant emotional/behavioral problems and/or emerging personality disorders, who engage in self-harming behaviors
Fees for DBT Intensive Outpatient Therapy services are billed to Medical Assistance, managed care companies and other third party payers.
The Volunteers of America Mental Health Clinic is enrolled as a provider with most insurance plans.