DBT Training

If intense emotions regularly interfere with your life or you identify with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), PTSD, chronic depression, anxiety, or addiction, learning DBT skills your will change your life for the better.

The Insight Clinic offers this science backed, reward based training program for all of Ontario and Canada.

Program Benefits

Self paced DBT Skills

Our DBT program is offered in a pre recorded format of psychoeducational sessions.

Total of 24 DBT Skills lessons to be completed in 12 months:

  • 2 lessons: Orientation and Basic Skills
  • 2 lessons: Mindfulness and Meditation
  • 5 lessons: Distress Tolerance Skills
  • 5 lessons: Emotional Regulation
  • 5 lessons: Interpersonal Effectiveness
  • 5 lessons: Walking the Middle Path


  • Mindfulness
  • Emotional Regulation
  • Handling long periods of stress
  • Relationship and Communication Skills


  • Flexible ways of participating
  • Multiple payment forms (see below)
  • Can submit receipt to insurance if covered for Social Worker

Program Modules

Distress Tolerance

Skills to withstand long periods of stress without reacting in a way that makes the situation worse.

Emotional Regulation

Skills to control intense emotions so they don't interrupt your day to day.

Interpersonal Effectiveness

Skills to improve your communication and connections with others.

Walking the Middle Path

Skills to balance your rational and emotional minds.

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Checklist if DBT is right for you

Go through the checklist to determine if DBT is the correct therapy choice for you.

If one or more of the following apply to you, DBT may be what you need to change your life.
  • I have trouble managing my emotions, and often find myself in conflict or overwhelmed

  • I consider myself emotionally sensitive and find it difficult to cope with intense emotions

  • I tend to experience emotions more intensely than others, and find it difficult to withdrawn or detach from an intensely emotional situation

  • I find it difficult to maintain healthy relationships or tend to cut people off due to trust issues

  • I have tried therapy in the past, but it was ineffectual for me

Dialectical Behavior Therapy has proven to be an effective treatment for the symptoms of depression, including finding it difficult to concentrate, think, or remember. It also helps counter constant sadness or irritability or a loss of interest in life or activates once enjoyed. Dialectical Behavior Therapy helps emotionally sensitive people build emotional coping mechanisms to better manage intensely heightened emotional responses. DBT can help you find balance when experiencing black or white (all-or-nothing) thinking or when facing drastic change.

What to Expect

Phase 1

Intake and On-boarding

Phase 2

Assessment and Introduction to Treatment

  • Brain map

  • Clinical interview

  • Assessment questionnaires

Phase 3

Training, Monitoring and Improving

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Program Fees


Price: USD $255.00 + Shipping

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Insurance Coverage

Please check with your extended healthcare insurance for coverage.
Program payment receipt(s) will/may indicate services supervised by psychotherapist and provided by Neurofeedback technician.
Inform us of any questions or requirements for coverage.

Clinical Program

Price: CAD $2,499.00 (HST inclusive)

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What Does Science Say About Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a powerful non-invasive strategy to alter brain function, alleviate certain psychological symptoms, and enhance cognitive performance. It has been around for more than 50 years, with hundreds of neurofeedback research studies supporting its efficacy.

Many mental health professionals use it as a stand-alone therapy and as a complementary approach to counseling or medication as a way to provide comprehensive care. According to neurofeedback studies, due to its usability advantages, anyone can benefit from it, including clients with severe symptoms and resistance to other treatments.

Neurofeedback for Addictive Disorders

Neurofeedback for Addictive Disorders

One of the main challenges of addictive disorders is regulating temptation and cravings for substances in individuals. Neurofeedback research studies have shown that neurofeedback decreases cravings and improves general mental health.

Specifically, EEG neurofeedback demonstrated positive outcomes in well-controlled intervention studies, good adherence, reduced addiction severity, and psychological benefits.

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Neurofeedback for Cognitive Decline

Neurofeedback for Cognitive Decline

Certain EEG features have been linked to symptoms such as poor cognitive performance, atrophy of thalamus, hippocampus, and basal ganglia, as well as the formation of amyloid-beta plaques.

According to neurofeedback research studies, there's a demonstrated evidence of improving cognitive function and reducing cognitive decline for conditions such as stroke, and multiple sclerosis, with a focus on Alzheimer's disease (AD), the most common form of dementia, and mild cognitive impairment (MCI), a pre-dementia condition.

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Neurofeedback for Depression

Neurofeedback for Depression

When there is an imbalance in brain wave activity, such as increased left frontal alpha (8-12 Hz), suggesting less activation and inability to regulate the subcortical regions that underlie depression, a physiological predisposition for depression occurs.

According to research, two neurofeedback protocols (alpha asymmetry protocol and enhancing beta and inhibiting theta or alpha at C3) can modify this suboptimal brain state.

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Neurofeedback for Peak Performance

Neurofeedback for Peak Performance

For 'peak' or 'optimal' performance, EEG neurofeedback focuses on enhancing brain activity in healthy individuals to attain maximum brain functioning and memory improvement. Peak performance neurofeedback protocols are specifically designed to manage levels of arousal, attention, and motivation while maximizing autonomic control and the ability to shift states.

Specifically, neurofeedback may optimize cognitive processing and learning by altering the white matter and gray matter volumes and speeding up neural network conduction.

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Neurofeedback for Anxiety Disorders

Neurofeedback for Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety is frequently associated with decreased alpha waves and increased beta waves. It also alters brain function by weakening the connections between the amygdala and the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex.

According to studies, neurofeedback may improve the communication between the amygdala and the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex. When the connection is established again, the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex is better able to respond appropriately to possible threats, which reduces the impulsive, hyperactive behaviors commonly linked to anxiety.

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Neurofeedback for PTSD

Neurofeedback for PTSD

In those with PTSD, the regions of the brain that detect danger are constantly on high alert, and even the smallest hint of a threat can set off an acute stress response. As a result, individuals may experience memory loss, lose control over their impulses, and run the danger of becoming stuck in a protracted state of intense emotional sensitivity.

With alpha-theta neurofeedback training, individuals can reach a state of deep relaxation, where memories can safely resurface and, as a result, be processed. This way, traumatic events may be safely re-experienced, and new associations fostered.

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Neurofeedback for ADHD

Neurofeedback for ADHD

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, is a neurobehavioral condition characterized by a persistent pattern of impulsivity and/or hyperactivity.

In certain studies, neurofeedback has been proven to be as effective as medication in addressing the symptoms of inattention and impulsivity. It may be used with other forms of therapy, such as medication or behavioral therapy.

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Neurofeedback can be effective with:

Feeling sad and depressed, My trouble focusing, I’m dealing with substance use/addiction, A traumatic event(s), I’ve been feeling anxious or panicky, I have some obsessions that I just can’t stop, I need to stop procrastinating and gain motivation, I need to control intense emotions