Winter Break Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Program


Extra Support Through The Holiday Season/Winter Break

The Koch Center is pleased to announce a Winter Break Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Intensive Program. This specialized program will meet over the December/January holiday winter break in our Waldwick, NJ office.

This program is for college students who are home on break who need added support. It will introduce the four DBT skill sets and allow for skill practice to target each individual’s problem areas. DBT is effective for those struggling with emotion regulation issues, anger management difficulties, anxiety, stress, depression, and eating issues. DBT teaches how to cope with life pressures.

What are the four DBT skill sets? The skills from DBT are specifically designed to help people who struggle with emotional regulation difficulties. The skills to be taught and practiced include:

  • Core Mindfulness
  • Distress Tolerance
  • Emotion Regulation
  • Interpersonal Effectiveness

This program will run in our Waldwick office and will begin on approximately 12/21. The times are:

Mondays 10am-12noon
Thursdays 11am-1pm

*Members may attend a portion of the program if clinically appropriate. Rolling admissions.
**If there is sufficient interest, this program will continue through the end of January 2018.

Therapists/Psychiatrists/Professionals: Participants may continue in individual treatment with their current treater(s) while participating in our program. We will work with you as a team to help best support your patient.

TO ENROLL: Call Dr. Koch at (201) 670-6450 ext. 1 or
email us at


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