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Emotional Dysregulation Therapy

If you or a loved one is seeking effective treatment for disruptive mood dysregulation disorder or simply exploring dysregulation treatment options, you're in the right place. We're here to offer the expertise and support you need to regain emotional balance and find lasting relief. Our team of experienced professionals is well-versed in evidence-based therapies such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and schema therapy.

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What Is Emotional Dysregulation?

Emotional dysregulation is a symptom of trauma that affects how a person manages their emotions. People with emotional dysregulation experience their emotions intensely, which may lead to relationship problems and impulsivity.

Common symptoms of emotional dysregulation include:

Emotional dysregulation is treatable. Once you learn to regulate your emotions you will be able to more effectively deal with challenges, come up with solutions, and move forward from the effects of your traumatic experiences.

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What Are the Main Treatment Options for Emotional Dysregulation?

The main treatment for emotional dysregulation includes:

Emotional dysregulation is difficult to live with. Your highs are high and your lows are even lower. This makes regular life challenges more difficult. With emotional regulation therapy, you can deal with difficult challenges with a clear mind and be more productive than you ever were.

Embrace Healing The Power of Trust in Therapeutic Relationships

“In my experience, the most effective aspect of therapy is the therapeutic relationship. Establishing trust between a client and clinician is the first step to healing.”

How Effective Are Medications for Treating Emotional Dysregulation?

Medications can help treat the symptoms of emotional dysregulation therapy, however, it does not treat the emotional dysregulation itself.

Some medications that may be prescribed for emotional dysregulation include:

Talk to your psychiatrist about medications for emotional dysregulation to complement coping skills and trauma processing in therapy.

Can Mindfulness and Meditation Help With Emotional Dysregulation?

Mindfulness and meditation are amazing ways to help with emotional dysregulation because they help ground you in the present moment and handle big emotions. These skills can help you develop the ability to identify your emotions and handle them non-judgmentally.

Are There Any Lifestyle Changes That Can Help With Emotional Dysregulation?

Lifestyle changes that can help with emotional dysregulation include:

Many lifestyle changes can help with emotional dysregulation. Talk to a trauma therapist to find the right changes that work best for you.

How Long Does Treatment for Emotional Dysregulation Usually Take?

During your first session, you will get actionable steps you can take to alleviate your emotional dysregulation. However, therapy is not about the length of treatment. It is about making sustainable life-long changes.

Some things that can affect how long emotional regulation therapy takes include:

Usually, people tend to stay in therapy long-term due to the benefits and insights they receive. To get the best results from therapy make sure you are open and honest with your therapist.

What Should I Look For in a Therapist Who Specializes in Treating Emotional Dysregulation?

When looking for a therapist to help with emotional dysregulation, look for the following:

It is also important to be honest with yourself about what you are looking for in a therapist. Are you looking for someone who is more directive or more non-directive? Are you looking for someone who has a specific theoretical approach to therapy? Are you looking for someone who has experience working with trauma? Maybe authenticity is most important to you. Look for someone who fits your requirements.

Is It Possible to Fully Recover From Emotional Dysregulation?

Yes, it is possible to fully recover from emotional dysregulation. Emotional dysregulation is not a diagnosis, it is a symptom of traumatic or stressful experiences. In therapy, you will learn the skills, tools, and techniques you need that you can use in stressful and overwhelming situations throughout your lifetime.

What Can I Do to Prevent Emotional Dysregulation From Recurring After Treatment?

Remember to be kind to yourself. Utilize the skills you learned in therapy. Build a support system outside of professionals. Most importantly, maintain the lifestyle changes you made while in therapy.

Addressing emotional dysregulation and finding effective treatment for disruptive mood dysregulation disorder is essential for reclaiming control over your emotional well-being. Our team of experienced professionals specializing in therapies such as CBT, DBT, and schema therapy is here to guide you on this transformative journey of emotional dysregulation therapy in WPB. Take the first step towards emotional balance and lasting relief by reaching out to us today. Your path to emotional well-being awaits your action.

Page Modified on Mar 3, 2024 by Liz Chelak (Trauma Therapist)

The information on this website is to provide a general information. In no way does any of the information provided reflect a definitive treatment advice. It is important to consult a best in class trauma counselor in WPB regarding ANY questions or issues. A thorough evaluation should ALWAYS be performed for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. Be sure to call your local trauma therapist, to schedule a assessment.