Group Counseling: A safe space to be yourself
Working together toward a happy, healthy life with a Provident therapist
Inside each young person is a desire to be heard and understood. Provident Behavioral Health's group counseling sessions build upon that natural instinct, harnessing it to address unique challenges, build awareness around consequences, and demonstrate that participants are not alone.
Note: All group therapy sessions are suspended as we do our part to minimize exposure to COVID-19. If you or someone you know is in crisis, we are available 24/7 on our Crisis Hotline at 314.647.4357. Please click here for full information on how Provident continues to support our clients during this time.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (D.B.T.)
DBT is an intensive, highly structured program that’s been adapted specifically for adolescents with extreme emotional instability, including self-harm and suicidal ideation.
In the simplest terms, Provident therapists use DBT to teach young people how to accept their own feelings, or “‘I’m doing the best I can,” while at the same time looking for solutions to do better.
Our 24 week program is for ages 13-18; there are no out-of-pocket fees for residents of St. Louis County. It involves individual therapy and group skills training, where parents and teenagers learn together. Click here to download the DBT flyer or call us at 314-533-8200 for more information.