This group is for adolescents who are interested in learning dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) skills. DBT skills can be helpful for those who have difficulty with emotional dysregualtion, depression, intense anxiety, and/or relationships.
Please note that this is a virtual group, and all sessions take place via an online platform.
Members have to commit to one module at a time, which is about 8-10 weeks with a fee of $125 per session/week.
Aliza Tropper is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Nassau County, NY, who specializes in anxiety, OCD, depression, relationship difficulties, life transitions, loss and grief. Her practice is open to adults, adolescents as well as young children.
The adult clients who seek Aliza's support are often facing a sense of overwhelm regarding their work, family, or relationships, which may be accompanied by surges of intense emotions. They are often young adults, stay at home moms and professionals. Others are feeling lost in grappling with who they are and their purpose or direction in life.
Aliza takes a deeply holistic approach to treatment, creating an individualized plan for each client. She draws from modalities such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and other evidence based modalities, which equip clients with coping skills and techniques for emotional and mood regulation. Aliza incorporates mindfulness practices in therapy to help clients slow down and be more present in their lives. Aliza will work with you to set present goals and challenge those negative beliefs, behaviors and past experiences that may be preventing you from being the best version of yourself.
Aliza strives to develop a strong, collaborative, and open therapeutic relationship, ensuring clients feel understood and accepted during their time together. She looks forward to working with you.