DBT Family Skills Training in Decatur, GA
Helping family members of individuals with BPD like you have a better relationship with your loved one
If you are struggling with a family member’s intensity, I understand how difficult that can be.
It’s challenging to try to talk to someone who is unable to hear what you’re saying. Having the thought that you don’t want to talk to your child can be difficult enough, and then blocking communication so that you can have some space is quite another.
And yet, sometimes you find yourself doing these things so that you can feel sane. You want to have a relationship with your family member, and sometimes it’s really hard.
Here Are Some Specific Challenges That I Can Help You With
As a family member trying to have a relationship with someone who is emotionally intense, you may be consistently:
- overwhelmed and tired;
- worried about what will happen today;
- wishing that you could say what you need to without experiencing major backlash;
- annoyed that you can’t tell your family member something without the conversation becoming about them;
- concerned that they’re doing something unhealthy, or worse…
Even if you are feeling overwhelmed with feelings like these, DBT Family Skills Training can help.
As Your Skills Trainer, I Can Help You Have a Better Relationship with Your Family Member
I’m Tracey Gagne and I’m a licensed professional counselor who is qualified to help you have a better relationship with your emotionally intense family member.
I’ve been trained intensively in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and have been working with the family members of individuals with BPD for the last six years, either in groups or individual families.
DBT Family Skills Training Can Improve Your Life
DBT Family Skills Training can provide the support you need to help you find your way towards a better life. Even if you’re feeling lost now, I can help guide you in making lasting, positive changes in your life.
DBT Family Skills Training can help you:
- control your emotions when talking to your family member;
- have better relationships;
- tell your friends about the positive things that are happening for your family member;
- look forward to seeing or talking to your family member;
- worry less that your family member will do something to harm themselves.
It’s not easy managing your tough situation but the good news is that it’s possible for things to be much better than they are. And I have the experience to help you.
Take the Next Step, Reach Out for Your Free Phone Consultation
If you are challenged by a relationship with a family member who experiences really intense emotions to events in their life and it’s hurting your relationship, reach out to me for your free phone consultation at 404-519-9211 or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org today.