[App] DBT Coach – Guided Therapy
This is the most comprehensive app for Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) that exists today with easy-to-follow visual tools.
Learn and practice DBT skills using video lessons and fun animations which help you to remember skills longer. Features over 100 videos and 200+ animations. You can also take notes on these lessons for future use.
User-friendly diary card for skills and target behaviors. Summary screens to check your progress. Analytics to get insight into your own behavior as you learn new skills. Ability to share with therapists and care team.
Track your progress on how you are doing and get motivated to obtain new skills. Get awards for tasks done towards obtaining new skills or keeping up with one you already know.
Complete exercises and practice ideas that are similar to worksheets in actual DBT skills training. There are over 100 exercises. You can also see a history of all the exercises that you did in the past to compare. Each of the exercise link directly to lessons.
Over 1000 meditations ranging across multiple themes from some of the best teachers in the world.
Favorites list to save skills and meditations you use frequently.
Crisis survival list to manage your crisis.
Community tools such as Discussion Groups and Peer Support Groups help you practice and share knowledge about DBT Skills.
Finally, the app integrates with a clinician app. If your therapist is signed up and you are set up to share your diary card and exercises, then you don’t have to share via email every week. Your therapist can engage with you in real-time.
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) treatment is a type of psychotherapy — or talk therapy — that utilizes a cognitive-behavioral approach. It began with efforts to treat borderline personality disorder (also known as Emotional Instability Disorder). DBT has been conceptualized as a treatment broadly applicable to individuals with difficulties regulating emotions. Empirical evidence now supports the use of DBT adapted for eating disorders, substance use disorders, and PTSD.
Payment will be charged to your Playstore account at confirmation of purchase
You have a choice of being billed monthly for $11.99/month or a discounted price of $59.99 every six months.
Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period
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Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.
DBT Coach user reviews :
Super glitchy. Needed to restart my phone several times as the program just froze up. I really want this to work! Food Journaling is a big focus for me right now. Trying to add food items is difficult. I had hoped that by upgrading to the paid app, that the program would work better but it really is frustrating.
I’m really disappointed in the advanced experience on the app. I was really enjoying the ease of use with the diary card, so I purchased the subscription. The mindfulness exercises are voiced by an AI text to speech program. This was jarring and not relaxing. It was difficult to focus on the necessary emotions and experiences due to the uncomfortable nature of text to speech programs. When I attempted to review the lesson videos, the app crashed every 20 to 30 seconds. I will not continue my sub
- Thanks for your response. We appreciate it. Can you tell us the device you are using at firstname.lastname@example.org? We will try to evaluate the issue and get back to you.
I’m finding it gotcha. I agree with the distance card. It would be ideal if we could customize to our best usage model. Mine froze when I tried to add an activity. I had to uninstall to reboot. When my objective is journaling, I’d like to go straight there. Haven’t yet gotten that far, despite several attempts. The app is sure a great idea! I wish each one of the diary measures was linked to an explanations,
- Thank you for your kind feedback. We’d be happy to take a look into this for you, please contact us at email@example.com. Regarding explanation of skills (if you are not already aware of DBT skills), if you click on the bulb icon on the header of that screen you can find explanation of each skill in the subsequent screen.
I’ve been looking for an app to complete my diary cards. This app has it. You tap on the skills you used then you have a slide bar for your urges, etc. There’s a place to enter what skills you tried to use in certain situations and how effective they were. It makes the beginning of the session much easier to remember and you don’t have to worry about a paper diary card.
- Thank you so much for your review!
I honestly feel like this has the potential to be a pretty great an helpful app; it’s too bad it feels as though it takes advantage of people. I recognize the hard work and great design, but if I’m expected to pay over 100 dollars to keep it on my phone for a year, there’s a problem. My spotify doesn’t cost that much and they have artists to pay. I was considering impulsively buying the full thing because I would need to to track my behaviors that aren’t listed, but I don’t think it’s worth it.
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