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COULD YOU PLEASE LET ME KNOW OF ANY LONG TERM INTENSIVE TREATMENT FACILITIES IN THE UNITED STATES THAT UTILIZES DBT SPECIFICALLY? IF THERE ARE NONE COULD YOU PLEASE GIVE ME THE NAMES OF ANY TREATMENT CENTERS FOR DBT REGARDLESS OF THE TIME LIMITATIONS? THE ONLY INSURANCE I HAVE IS MEDICARE. THANK YOU.
The best way to find out more is to contact the Linehan group, Department of psychology, university of washington, in Seattle Washington. They have trained people throughout the world. I believe there is an inpatient setting at Cornell Univeristy Hospital in New York and Westchester.
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