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Watch what a dialectical therapy (DBT) session looks like between Dr. Judy Ho and MedCircle host Kyle Kittleson.
Our MedCircle series on dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) features a discussion hosted by Dr. Judy Ho and Kyle Kittleson on how the therapy works. Discover how DBT uses concepts like mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and emotional regulation to turn emotions from harmful to helpful and to improve relationships. In this video, host Kyle Kittleson and Dr. Judy show you what a dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) session looks like so that you can learn DBT skills straight from a leading psychologist.
DBT is used to treat anxiety, depression, and a range of other mental health issues. It is especially powerful as borderline personality disorder treatment.
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Here, Dr. May will give a brief intro to Distress Tolerance skills and how to use the STOP skill to manage impulsive target behaviors.
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With this dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) distress tolerance skill, learn to survive a crisis without making things worse by responding to pain and distress in ways that reduce suffering. From my Online MBCT and MBSR course http://bit.ly/mbctonline. Try it for free and learn how mindfulness and the parable of the two arrows allows us to experience painful, unpleasant, and distressing situations without causing us to suffer.
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