45 min

The Power of DBT: How to Change Your Behaviors & Cultivate Hope feat. Dr. Maddy Ellberger She Persisted: Your Teen Mental Health Resource

    • Mental Health

#176 Today's guest is Dr. Maddy Ellberger, PhD, LCSW— a licensed clinical social worker and adjunct professor at Columbia University who received her Masters and Doctoral training in Clinical Social Work from Columbia University and New York University. She is the founder of Downtown Behavioral Wellness, a therapeutic practice that utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR). In this episode we discuss:
+ Differences between CBT & DBT
+ The origins of DBT
+ How DBT works to change behaviors
+ What people who thrive in DBT have in common
+ The crucial role of diary cards in DBT
+ Why it's important that parents participate alongside teens in DBT
+ How invalidating environments play a role in mental health
+ What to do if you're feeling hopeless about therapy
+ Mental health advice everyone should know
Maddy's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/millennialmindfulnessdoc
MENTIONED
+ Downtown Behavioral Wellness
+ Contact Maddy
+ Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder
+ Building a Life Worth Living: A Memoir
SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOC
LET'S CONNECT
+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)
+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)
+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)
+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)
+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)
+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)
+ inquiries@shepersistedpodcast.com
© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.  Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.

#176 Today's guest is Dr. Maddy Ellberger, PhD, LCSW— a licensed clinical social worker and adjunct professor at Columbia University who received her Masters and Doctoral training in Clinical Social Work from Columbia University and New York University. She is the founder of Downtown Behavioral Wellness, a therapeutic practice that utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR). In this episode we discuss:
+ Differences between CBT & DBT
+ The origins of DBT
+ How DBT works to change behaviors
+ What people who thrive in DBT have in common
+ The crucial role of diary cards in DBT
+ Why it's important that parents participate alongside teens in DBT
+ How invalidating environments play a role in mental health
+ What to do if you're feeling hopeless about therapy
+ Mental health advice everyone should know
Maddy's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/millennialmindfulnessdoc
MENTIONED
+ Downtown Behavioral Wellness
+ Contact Maddy
+ Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder
+ Building a Life Worth Living: A Memoir
SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOC
LET'S CONNECT
+ Instagram (@shepersistedpodcast)
+ Website (shepersistedpodcast.com)
+ YouTube (Sadie Sutton: She Persisted Podcast)
+ Twitter (@persistpodcast)
+ Facebook (@shepersistedpodcast)
+ TikTok (@shepersistedpodcast)
+ inquiries@shepersistedpodcast.com
© 2020 She Persisted LLC. This podcast is copyrighted subject matter owned by She Persisted LLC and She Persisted LLC reserves all rights in and to the podcast.  Any use without She Persisted LLC’s express prior written consent is prohibited.

45 min