We have moved!
We have moved into our new, beautiful office location! We are now located in a complex called Southpark Professional Center on 54. Our new address is 5015 Southpark Dr. Suite 120, Durham, NC 27713. Our other contact information remains the same. Please have a look at our Directions page if you need directions.
Introducing Raleigh DBT
We are excited to announce the opening of a new office for Durham DBT in North Raleigh! Beginning in March, Dr. Tanya Douleh and Dr. Karen Erikson will be seeing clients at the Raleigh location, in addition to continuing to provide services in Durham. We hope that this new location will provide easier access to DBT for our clients, both current and future, who live in the Raleigh area. If you are interested in setting up services at our North Raleigh location, please contact Dr. Douleh at (919) 353-9275 or Dr. Erikson at (919) 308-8675.
Our DBT iPhone app is available on the iTunes store now! Read more about it at diarycard.net.
We are happy to announce the addition of Dr. Tanya N. Douleh to our clinical staff! Dr. Douleh joins Durham DBT, Inc. following her internship at the Duke University Medical Center and completion of her doctoral degree from Wester Michigan University and years of intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy. We are excited to have her join our team and bring her experience to the clinic, in particular her expertise working with adolescents and substance use issues. She is currently taking new patients.
Durham DBT is a team of psychologists working in the Durham community, here to bring you state-of-the-art psychological treatments for personality, mood and anxiety disorders. Our psychologists have been trained by the very best clinicians and researchers to provide people in the community effective, empirically supported treatments for all major mental disorders. For more information, please contact:
- Dr. Sammy Banawan at (919) 627-8675
- Dr. Karen Erikson at (919) 308-8675
- Dr. Tanya Douleh at (919) 353-9275
Recent Blog Entries
Please feel free to browse the site even if you don’t need to schedule an appointment. We hope this site becomes a resource for people seeking mental health information, as well as a portal to our practice. One of the things we hope to achieve by posting various articles from the popular press, other areas of the web and providing a recommended reading list is to give people a sense of what’s “good” research/thought and what’s not. There’s so much useless and potentially harmful information, we feel it’s our duty to provide people with reading list that has at least been looked at by the trained eye.
Please have a look at the blog we have been working on. As with all things that require constant updates, things come and go in spurts. When we are actively updating, we’ll be posting articles we find interesting or particularly useful, as well as periodically writing our own articles. We hope you find it useful. Since these posts are very informal, we’ve allowed moderated commenting on them to enable an exchange of ideas among those who frequent the site.
For a description of DBT, please read “What is DBT?”.