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Outpatient DBT

Building on our successful intensive residential Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) program, Skyland Trail now offers an outpatient DBT treatment program in Atlanta. The DBT outpatient program offers individual DBT therapy and coaching, DBT skills training sessions, and phone coaching for adults ages 18 and older.

The DBT Outpatient Treatment Program also offers DBT skills training for families, including families of current clients and alumni of Skyland Trail's residential and day treatment programs.

Outpatient therapy is appropriate for individuals who would like to learn to skills to work towards their goals of increased positive emotions, managing difficult experiences, and having more satisfying relationships with others. Our therapists work with clients who have been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, have chronic depression or anxiety, or have experienced a traumatic event or loss.

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Clients do not need a prior relationship with Skyland Trail. Referrals accepted. By appointment only. 

To learn more about services offered and how to make an appointment, please call:

844-456-3262

Located in Brookhaven:
1903 North Druid Hills RD NE
Atlanta, GA 30319

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Individual DBT Outpatient Therapy Sessions
Appointments Available Monday-Thursday, 10:00 AM-8:00 PM; Friday, 10:00 AM-4:00 PM

One-on-one psychotherapy with a DBT therapist. Weekly 50-minute sessions. Individual sessions focus on helping you apply DBT skills to specific goals and situations in your life. The overall goal of DBT is to help clients create a "life worth living." Specifically, DBT coaching is designed to help clients move from being out of control to being in control of behavior, from being emotionally shut down to experiencing emotions fully, from being unable to build an ordinary life to being able to solve ordinary life problems, and from feeling incomplete to feeling complete and connected to others and the community.


DBT Skills Groups
Evening groups available

Small groups focused on learning and practicing DBT skills in weekly 90 minute sessions. Groups are offered in three 10-week modules: Emotion Regulation, Interpersonal Effectiveness, and Distress Tolerance. Each module begins with Mindfulness skills work.. Each session includes homework review, introduction of new skills, and an opportunity to role play or otherwise practice the skills.

Clients must have a relationship with a licensed therapist – either through the Skyland Trail DBT Outpatient program or with another outpatient provider in the community – to attend skills groups. 


Family DBT Skills Groups
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These groups help families or friends support their loved ones. Weekly 90-minute sessions offered in six week increments help participants learn DBT skills to support family members and understand family dynamics. Participants will learn skills and practice with one another through modeling.

Participation is limited to families of Skyland Trail clients participating in residential, day treatment, IOP, or outpatient DBT programs. Families are encouraged to participate in family therapy, but family members are not required to have a relationship with a licensed therapist.


Financial Information

The Skyland Trail Outpatient DBT Program is private pay only. We do not accept insurance for DBT outpatient services. Payment is due at the time of service. Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted. 

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Victoria's Journey

Victoria found hope and recovery at Skyland Trail after struggling with borderline personality disorder & PTSD for many years.

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Shelley's Journey

Shelley's Story

"For the first time in my 25+ years of living with bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder traits, I began to learn practical coping skills for handling extreme sensitivity, mood swings, and how to survive – a word used often in DBT – emotionally difficult or painful circumstances and events without hurting myself or those around me."

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