The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Diary: Monitoring Your Emotional Regulation Day by Day

[Matthew McKay, Jeffrey Wood] ☆ The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Diary: Monitoring Your Emotional Regulation Day by Day ↠ Download Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Diary: Monitoring Your Emotional Regulation Day by Day Difficult emotions like anger, fear, sadness, guilt, and shame are part of being alive and are meant to help protect us, but when they get out of control, these emotions can also cause severe pain. Therapists created dialectical behavior therapy, or DBT, to help people with overwhelming emotions calm themselves when their feelings become too painful or out of control.The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Diary presents an overview of each of the four DBT skills-distress tolerance, mindfulness,

The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Diary: Monitoring Your Emotional Regulation Day by Day

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Rating : 4.24 (792 Votes)
Asin : 1572249560
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 168 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-08-10
Language : English

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Difficult emotions like anger, fear, sadness, guilt, and shame are part of being alive and are meant to help protect us, but when they get out of control, these emotions can also cause severe pain. Therapists created dialectical behavior therapy, or DBT, to help people with overwhelming emotions calm themselves when their feelings become too painful or out of control.The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Diary presents an overview of each of the four DBT skills-distress tolerance, mindfulness, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness-and incl

Kindle edition- can't print diary page kugelschreiber-schribly For content, I would have given this five stars. It very concisely explains through the four elements of Dialectal Behavioral Therapy (distress tolerance, mindfulness, emotional regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness) and gives lots of practical tips an. Wonderful if you have already learned DBT skills This book is best for someone who has already participated in a DBT skills program or who has read the workbook by Matthew McKay. It provides great reminders and helps keep skills fresh, but it is not for the beginner who will need more to grasp DBT concepts. Ok if you have familiar with DBT, not really suitable for teens. It is mainly just a journal with prompts. Felt that having a clear definition of what they were talking about with the prompts would have been more helpful.

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