Posts Tagged ‘DBT’

Radical Acceptance

I had the privilege to step in as a co-facilitator of our women’s Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) group.  I was excited to participate because we teach what we need to learn, so facilitating the group would help me learn the skills better and internalize them after going through the training.  These DBT skills are so…[ Read the full article ]

New Solutions to Old Problems

Dialectical Behavior Therapy:  Providing Acceptance, Validation and Support By Jacqui Schlund, Assistant Director & Training Coordinator Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a highly effective treatment and a source of hope for many individuals. (Linehan, 2006) It is a nonjudgmental, acceptance-based treatment. This means how you feel, are responding or have responded in the past makes perfect…[ Read the full article ]