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Adult DBT “Light” Monday Group in Oregon

Do you ever have problems with roller-ccoaster emotions and mood swings? The DBT might really help you!

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Overview

Do you ever have problems with….

  • Roller-Coaster emotions and mood swings
  • Having lots of crises in your life
  • Constant problems in relationships
  • Taking actions you later regret or
  • Difficulty thinking clearly when under stress

If so, The DBT might really help you!

DBT is Composed of three “modules” that run for 8 weeks each. Participants must be willing and able to commit to completing AT LEAST three modules. NEW MODULES BEGIN EVERY TWO MONTHS. During these three modules you will learn skills of:

  • Mindfulness
  • Distress Tolerance
  • Emotion Regulation and
  • Interpersonal Effectiveness
To get registered for the Adult DBT “Light” Monday Group in Portland, Oregon

To get registered for the Adult DBT “Light” Monday Group in Portland, Oregon

Get Started

Facilitator

Kathryn Heitzhausen, Psychologist

Kate completed her Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Development and Family Science from Oregon State University. She is licensed to practice in the state of Oregon. Kate began her clinical training at a community mental health center called Pacific Psychology and Comprehensive Health Clinic. She then worked in college counseling for four years at Pacific University, WSU Vancouver, University of the Pacific, and Portland State University. She most recently worked at Northwest ADHD Treatment Center. Kate specializes in working with young adults experiencing a variety of different concerns including ADHD, anxiety, depression, identity exploration, interpersonal relationships, and obsessive-compulsive symptoms. In addition, she has experience completing psychological assessments and evaluations.

Getting Started

Start Time: Mondays – 5:00 PM to 6:15 PM

Demographic: Adults

Ages Served: 18-64, 65+

Topics: DBT

Cost: Most insurances accepted

To register please call 971-434-0315 or logon to your LifeStance Health patient portal and send a message directed to Kathryn Heitzhausen.

Call to get registered for the Adult DBT “Light” Monday Group in Oregon

Call to get registered for the Adult DBT “Light” Monday Group in Oregon

503-253-4600

Virtual Online Sessions

Call Now: 503-253-4600

The Adult DBT “Light” Monday Group is being offered via Virtual Online Sessions, and is not meeting in-person at this time. An Internet connected device will be required. Specific directions on accessing the sessions will be provided after your registration is completed.

If you have any additional questions please call: 503-253-4600.

Participating Providers

LifeStance Kathryn Heitzhausen

Kathryn Heitzhausen

PsyD

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