No. We have deemed this to be too cost and time prohibitive to provide within our practice. Several of our clinicians are DBT trained practitioners, but do not provide adherent DBT at BPA. To provide adherent DBT, this would require individual therapy, multifamily skills group treatment, 24 hour telephone coaching, and a consultation team. There are very few private practices in the region that offer this service. I would direct you to Central Intake if you live in the Durham Region and are looking for a comprehensive DBT program. That said, when appropriate to do so (e.g., when risk is being adequately managed, and the client cannot be better treated with modified CBT), our clinicians can sometimes offer DBT informed treatment.