Our DBT graduate peer support group is for adults (18+) who have completed at least 16 sessions of Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) Skills training, and who would benefit from peer support to continue using skills they have learned to achieve a life that they view as being worth living. Our group is open to residents of Bedfordshire and Luton.
What can I expect?
- A safe, supportive space;
- An opportunity to refresh and/or improve understanding of DBT skills;
- To get support from peers to cope skilfully with difficulties;
- To offer support to peers to enable them to cope skilfully with difficulties in their lives;
- To get encouragement from peers to keep taking steps towards personal goals for a life worth living.
Where is the group held?
Our DBT Graduate Peer Support Group is held online via Zoom from 10.30am – 12.30pm on alternate Tuesdays.
How do I become a member of the group?
If you have completed at least 16 sessions of DBT Skills Training and would like to access this group, then please complete the Access to Services form below.
You will also need a safety plan and must be willing to uphold the DBT group contract, which can be found below. If you have not already developed your own safety plan, then you can be supported to complete one using the template below.
What if I need more information?
For further information about the group please contact us on 0300 330 0648 or email [email protected].
For more information about DBT please visit the national Mind website.
Mind BLMK are delighted to be working collaboratively with the East London Foundation Trust (ELFT) across Luton and Bedfordshire to provide this service.
This group is funded by East London NHS Foundation Trust