Parents Online DBT Skills Group
Support & Skills for YOU because parenting doesn’t need to be done alone
DBT for Parents of Teens & Young Adults
Parenting teens and young adults is not for the faint of heart. Every conversation with your teen turns into an argument. You just can’t seem to understand each other, and it’s hurting your relationship.
Your child has behavioral issues, and you’re at your wit’s end trying to figure out how to handle them effectively. It seems like no matter how hard you try, things aren’t going as you planned.
You can’t seem to say no to your kids or enforce any rules without it turning into a major confrontation.
Sometimes, you make parenting decisions in the heat of the moment that you later regret. You wish you had better impulse control.
You find yourself losing your temper way too easily. The smallest things sets you off.
You wish you could just relax, and enjoy time with your family. But, you can’t stop worrying about what your teen will do next. You are afraid for their future, and maybe even their life.
Between work, parenting, and everything else, you’re constantly stressed. It’s affecting not just you but the whole family.
The stress and not being on the same page when it comes to parenting is causing tension between you and your spouse.
You feel exhausted, overwhelmed, and are beginning to lose hope that things will ever change.
DBT Group Can Help Parents
Is your teen or young adult struggling with BIG EMOTIONS or BIG BEHAVIORS along with depression or anxiety?
Need help with how to effectively support them?
DBT skills group offers proven skills to help manage emotions, improve relationships, and build strong family connections.
DBT group also offers a chance to connect with other parents in the same boat. Connecting with others who have similar concerns can be a powerful experience. Overcome the loneliness of parenting with your own network of teen parents.
Group is online, making it easy to fit into your busy day, without even leaving home.
Parent DBT Group Outcomes
- Improved Communication: Talk to your kids without it turning into a shouting match.
- Emotional Regulation: Manage your own emotions better, to be more present and supportive for your family.
- Modeling Behavior: Show your kids healthy ways to cope with stress, and coach them to do it too.
- Handling Crisis: Stay calm under pressure.
- Strengthening Relationships: Learn conflict resolution skills to make family relationships stronger and more resilient.
- Mindfulness: Be more present in the moments with your family and really enjoy your time together.
- Self-Care: Learn to take care of yourself, so you can take care of your family and stay emotionally healthy.