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Did You Know We Have A Blog?

You’re looking at it right now!

We created a blog for DBTSelfHelp.com so we can keep our visitors up to date on mental health, share first-person stories, and write in-depth about using DBT skills.

Now we are looking to fill it with posts from writers like you.

We Are Looking For Bloggers!

Whether you’re a seasoned blogger or just have something to share, we welcome your contribution. Topics we are looking for include DBT skills and their use, BPD information, and general mental health content. We are also open to creative works, depending on the content.

We want these posts to be non-triggering for our readers. As part of the blogging agreement, we will be editing your writing if necessary and you will be notified of edits before we post.

What Do Bloggers Get In Return?

Unfortunately, we are unable to pay at this time. We are offering credit and the ability to link to your social media or website. You also get to share your work with over 40,000 visitors to DBTSelfHelp.com per month.

How Do I Get Started?

Email info@dbtselfhelp.com to get started. You can contact us on Instagram or TikTok as well.

We look forward to reading your work!

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Additional Resources

Mental Health Resources

We aren't the only mental health resource out there. Check out these books, websites, social media accounts, and more for additional support. Read More

DBT Flashcards

Making DBT skills second nature takes practice. Use these flashcards on their page, download your own to print out, or purchase our pre-made set from our shop. Read More

DBT Encyclopedia

DBT has its own lingo which can be hard to understand for beginners. Visit our homemade DBT Encyclopedia to figure out what a term means. Read More

Mindfulness Exercises

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Diary Cards

Diary cards help track your emotions, urges, behaviors, and skill use. They help you see patterns. Learn how to use them and get samples. Read More