Developed for the treatment of borderline personality disorder, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) has proven to be effective as a treatment for a variety of other mental health problems, particularly those marked by overwhelming emotions. Research shows that DBT can boost the ability to manage anxiety without losing control and behaving destructively. To order to make use of these strategies, you need to develop skills to four key areas: sensitivity to stress, mindfulness, control of emotions, and interpersonal effectiveness.
Start by working on the introductory exercises and move on to the advanced skills chapters after making progress. Whether you are a qualified reader or a general reader, whether you use this book to support the work undertaken in therapy or as a basis for self-help, you will benefit from this simple and practical guide to better manage your emotions.
What You Will Learn:What Is Dialectical Behavior Therapy (Dbt)? Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills TrainingBenefits Of Dbt, Who Benefits From Dbt Skills Training?History Of DbtDialectical Behaviour Therapy (Dbt) Vs.Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (Cbt)How Dialectical Behavior Therapy Dbt Works?Is Dbt Right For You?How To Manage Anxiety Using Dialectical Behavior TherapyMindfulnessHow Is Meditation Consistent With Dbt And Cbt?Mindfulness Complements Traditional Approaches To Counselling And Therapy.Mindfulness In Dbt. What Does Mindfulness Have To Do With Dbt? Core MindfulnessDistress Tolerance In Dialectical Behavior TherapyUsing Distress Tolerance To Manage Intense EmotionsEmotional Regulation: What Happens When Someone Can't Regulate Their Emotions?
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