As the first DBT Center in Asia, the DBT Center of Korea observes the ethical standards of both DBT practice and the American Psychological Association (APA).
As a dedicated and committed organization to the relief of human suffering, we pursue the highest professional standards for administering quality DBT services. It is our commitment to meet every client with a firm belief that his or her unrelenting suffering can be relived to live a new life.
Dr. Cho started DBT individual sessions for Korean immigrants in New York.
2003 ‘DBT Skill Training Manual for Borderline Personality Disorder’ by Dr. Linehan was translated into Korean and published
Dr. Cho started DBT for Korean immigrants in New York since 2000. He translated each worksheet in ‘DBT Skills Training
“Freud Meets Buddha: Therapy adapts to immigrants’ need”
The New York Times, January 18, 2003
In 2003, Dr. Cho established the Tree Group to provide evidence-based treatment in both New York and Korea.
DBT Center of Korea, the first DBT organization in Asia
The DBT Center of Korea (under the umbrella of the Tree Group) invited Dr. Marsha Linehan and initiated the DBT
The DBT Center of Korea invited Dr. Marsha Linehan who is one of the most influential authorities in the field
“The clinician team at the DBT Center of Korea received DBT Intensive Training Workshop at Behavioral Tech for two years
The Tree Group moved from Gangnam campus to Song campus and rebuilds its space to illustrate our philosophy.
In 2016, the Tree Group Press published a psychotherapy novel called “the Seven room”.
In 2017, “DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents” was published.
“In 2017, “Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Workbook 2nd Edition” for emotional dysregulation and borderline personality disorder was published.”
2017 “Today’s Mindfulness Cards” was created.
In 2018, “DBT Skills Training Manual, 2nd Edition” was published, producing two of Dr. Marsha Linehan’s manuals.