Behavioral Research & Therapy Clinics


June 10, 2015

Marsha Linehan’s Mindfulness Work Highlighted in UW Columns Magazine

Marsha Linehan was featured in an article discussing mindfulness spreading on college campuses. Click here to read the article.    


April 9, 2015

Recent Op-Ed Article in NYTimes on DBT Skills and a Life Worth Living

This recent article in the New York Times features DBT Skills from a client’s perspective as he worked to create a life worth living. No Longer Wanting to Die – Will Lippincott


February 17, 2015

Marsha Linehan #1 on Social Work Amazon.com Bestseller List!

Marsha’s book DBT® Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets, Second Edition has been named #1 on the Social Work Amazon.com bestseller list. Congratulations Marsha!


December 22, 2014

Effectiveness of Dialectic Behavioral Therapy in Routine Outpatient Care

Click here to see more on this study investigating the effectiveness of Dialectical Behavior Therapy for borderline personality disorder in Germany.


December 5, 2014

New Research on DBT and BPD

To view newly published journal articles on Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Borderline Personality Disorders, click here.


September 29, 2014

Marsha Linehan Featured in espnW

Dr. Marsha Linehan was featured in Sarah Spain’s September 22nd article on rehabilitating domestic violence offenders in the NFL. Read more here.


June 26, 2014

DBT Launches in Ireland

Dialectical Behavior Therapy has had a profound impact on populations in the Cork region of Ireland since its implementation there in 2010, and the therapy is now spreading across the country as a successful treatment for suicidal and self-harming behaviors. Read more


DBT Featured in Green Bay’s Local Paper

Dialectical Behavior Therapy was recently featured in Brown County, Wisconsin’s Green Bay Press Gazette as an effective treatment option for those with suicidal or self-harming tendencies. Read more


March 3, 2014

Marsha Linehan wins James McKeen Cattell Award

Congratulations to Marsha!  She is the 2014 recipient of the  Association for Psychological Science (APS) James McKeen Cattell Award. The APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award recognizes APS Members for a lifetime of outstanding contributions to the area of applied psychological research. Recipients must be APS Members whose research addresses a critical problem in society…