Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is an evidenced-based therapy model that helps with managing emotions, improving relationships, coping with stress, and building mindfulness. We’ve all experienced a great life disrupter these past months with COVID-19 and may be feeling more on-edge or isolated than usual. This group can help you learn practical skills to recover and cope as well as remind you that you’re not alone in the struggle.
Co-led by Brooke Huminski, LICSW and Jennifer Kittler, PhD, this 10-session group is currently being offered remotely via an online platform in order to ensure the safety of group participants.
Brooke Huminski is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Rhode Island with a specialization with eating disorders, perfectionism, and student (college, medical, graduate) mental health. Brooke also seems clients in Massachusetts via remote therapy.
Brooke is trained in Family-Based Therapy, a highly effective evidenced-based treatment model for eating disorders in adolescents. This therapy model utilizes the strengths of families, especially parents, in fighting the eating disorder. She operates from a Health at Every Size® model and brings her experience as a recovered professional to the healing relationship.
Brooke has worked and trained in a myriad of health and mental health settings over the past ten years including McLean Hospital, Miriam Hospital, Butler Hospital and Women and Infant’s Hospital. Additionally, she has provided individual, family, group therapy, and meal coaching at Walden Behavioral Care, an eating disorder clinic. Brooke has specialized training in therapies such as DBT and CBT that help clients cope with difficult thoughts and behaviors. Brooke’s approach is deeply compassionate, strengths-based, and non-judgmental.
In addition to Private Practice, Brooke is a credentialed clinician at Butler Hospital’s Patient Assessment Services (Psychiatric ER). She has also presented to psychiatry residents (Butler Hospital/Brown Medical School Psychiatry Residency), therapists, and dietitians on special topics related to eating disorders such as perfectionism and suicidality. Brooke received her Masters of Social Work (MSW) at Boston College.