We are pleased to announce the Capital Institute is offering a new Wednesday afternoon teletherapy group as part of our popular Regulating Emotions, Distress, and Interpersonal Relationships (REDI) Program. While the next section of our Tuesday night group has already been filled, we are now accepting participants to join our 16-week Wednesday group (from 1pm-3pm), starting June 16th.
The REDI Program is a skills-based, didactic teletherapy group designed to help those whose wellbeing and relationships may be suffering as a result of difficulties regulating their emotions and behaviors. The goal of this group is to help individuals in their journey to improve control over their emotions and mind, gain agency in their world, and lead a life worth living.
In this group you will learn how to:
- Regulate emotions
- Tolerate distress and crisis situations
- Improve interpersonal communication
- Practice mindfulness
- Effectively live a life worth living
The material covered in the REDI Program is based on an effective, research-based therapy called Dialectical Behavior Therapy* (DBT). This group will cover skills from a variety of domains, including mindfulness, tolerating distress, regulating emotions, and effectively navigating interpersonal relationships. Individuals both with or without prior DBT experience are welcome. Interested parties who are already working with an individual therapist may attend The REDI Program as an adjunct to their ongoing therapy.
The group is led by Drs. Hyejin Jin and Zara Wright. Click here for the group brochure.
To get more information or request to join the REDI group, please please call 202-234-0903 ext 15 or fill out this form: