CBTC’s Wendy Morgan, LMFT giving an invited address “Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or Dialectical Behavioral Therapy? at NAMI’s Parent and Caregiver Conference in Long Beach, CA. Standing room only!
Forbes magazine highlights the impacts of thoughts on success in the workplace. Specifically, the article helps you recognize common thinking traps that are likely to sabotage your outcomes. Click here to read the full article!
The Atlantic sheds light on this common, but rarely talked about disorder. Hoarding is painful and isolating. The good news is that there is a highly effective evidenced based treatment for it. Click here to read the full article!
This one is especially for the parents – a discussion on the impacts of invalidation. For more on parenting, stay tuned to the CBTC blog, where Dr. Orris will soon begin a regular blog on parenting pitfalls and simple (but never easy) solutions. Click here to read the full article!
Click here to learn about how to get through the inevitable political discussions with your family over the holidays!
Please click the link below to download the first issue of the new DBT Bulletin! This first issue focuses on the topic of client dropout. Specifically, how clincians have experience and dealt with client dropout, as well as ideas for why it happens, and how to avoid it. DBT Bulletin November 2018
Singer and actress Selena Gomez has reported seeking Dialectical Behavior Therapy in order to help with her struggles with anxiety and depression. Click here to learn more about DBT and one of its main tenets, radical acceptance.
Acceptance and commitment therapy is a transdiagnostic approach found to be effective in treating a wide range of problems. This recent study shows promising outcomes in its use with chronic pain. Check it out! Click here to learn more!
In this article, SNL star Pete Davidson speaks up against those suggesting that people with BPD cannot maintain healthy relationships. The stigmatization of mental illness and specifically borderline personality disorder is one of the barriers to people asking for help and getting the treatment they need. Borderline personality disorder is curable and we at CBTC…
Actor and writer Will Wheaton candidly blogs about his experience with anxiety and depression in his effort to reduce stigma around mental illness. His raw account of his deep struggle and his progress in therapy is brave and inspiring. Click here to learn more!