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DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets, Second Edition by Marsha M. Linehan

Author: Marsha M. Linehan
Edition: Second Edition
Year: 2015
Language: English
ISBN 13: 978-1-57230-781-0
Publisher: THE GUILFORD PRESS
ISBN 10: 1572307811
Pages: 446
File: PDF
Price: 5.99$

DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets, Second Edition by Marsha M. Linehan

Since the publication of the original Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) skills training manual in 1993, there has been an explosion of research on the applications of DBT across disorders. My pilot and first DBT study focused on the treatment of highly suicidal adults. Now, we have research demonstrating the efficacy of DBT skills training with suicidal adolescents, as well as adults with borderline personality disorder, eating disorders, treatment-resistant depression, substance use, and a variety of other disorders. A diagnosis of a mental disorder is not required, however, to benefit from DBT skills. Friends and family members of individuals with difficulties will find these skills helpful; kids in elementary school through high school can gain from these skills. Businesses will find DBT skills useful in creating better work environments. All the DBT therapists I know practice these skills in their own lives on a routine basis. I myself am grateful for the skills because they have made my life a lot easier. As someone once said to me, “Aren’t these skills your mother was supposed to teach you?” I always say yes, but for many people, their mother just did not or was not able to get around to it.

I developed many of the skills by reading treatment manuals and treatment literature on evidence-based behavioral interventions. I reviewed what therapists told their patients to do and then repackaged those instructions in skills handouts and worksheets and wrote teaching notes for therapists. For example, the skill “opposite action” is a set of instructions based on exposure-based treatments for anxiety disorders. The major change was to generalize the strategies to fit the treatment of emotions other than anxiety. “Check the facts” is a core strategy in cognitive therapy
interventions. The mindfulness skills were a product of my 19 years in Catholic schools, my training in contemplative prayer practices through the Shalem Institute’s spiritual guidance program, and my 35 years as a Zen student—and now Zen master. Mindfulness of current thoughts also draws from acceptance and commitment therapy. In general, DBT skills are what behavior therapists tell clients to do across many effective treatments. Some of the skills repurpose entire treatment programs now formulated as a series of steps. The new “nightmare protocol,” an emotion regulation skill, is an example of this. Other skills came from research in cognitive and social psychology. Still, others came from colleagues developing new DBT skills for new populations. As you can see, these skills came from many different sources and disciplines.

I am happy to present this skills training manual for clients, which includes all of the handouts and worksheets I have developed so far in DBT. (Stay tuned for more.) You are not likely to need to use all of the skills I have included. Every skill works for someone and no skill works for everyone. The skills in this book have been tested with a huge variety of people: adults, adolescents, parents, friends, and families, both high risk and low. I hope the skills are just what you need. Use your interpersonal skills (see the DEAR MAN GIVE FAST skills in the Interpersonal Effectiveness skills module) to talk your skills trainer or other teachers into teaching you skills not ordinarily covered in skills training if you want to learn them. If you should decide to venture forth on your own, I must tell you that we have no research on the effectiveness of this skills manual as a self-help workbook or self-treatment manual. I am hoping to write a self-help treatment book in the future, so keep your eyes open for that. Meanwhile, you might be interested in the skills videos available through The Guilford Press or The Linehan Institute and listed on page ii of this manual. They themselves do not constitute treatment, but we know that many people have nonetheless found them useful, even though we have not collected data on them. On your own or with the help of a skills teacher, I wish you skillful means.

Featuring more than 225 user-friendly handouts and worksheets, this is an essential resource for clients learning dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) skills, and those who treat them. All of the handouts and worksheets discussed in Marsha M. Linehan’s DBT® Skills Training Manual, Second Edition, are provided, together with brief introductions to each module written expressly for clients. Originally developed to treat borderline personality disorder, DBT has been demonstrated effective in the treatment of a wide range of psychological and emotional problems. No single skills training program will include all of the handouts and worksheets in this ebook DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets; clients get quick, easy access to the tools recommended to meet their particular needs.

Mental health professionals, see also the author’s DBT® Skills Training Manual, Second Edition, which provides complete instructions for teaching the skills. Also available: Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder, the authoritative presentation of DBT, and Linehan’s instructive skills training videos for clients–Crisis Survival Skills: Part One, Crisis Survival Skills: Part Two, From Suffering to Freedom, This One Moment, and Opposite Action.

Table of Contents:

Introduction to This Book
General Skills: Orientation and Analyzing Behavior
General Handouts
Orientation Handouts
General Handout 1: Goals of Skills Training (General Worksheet 1)
General Handout 1a: Options for Solving Any Problem
General Handout 2: Overview—Introduction to Skills Training
General Handout 3: Guidelines for Skills Training
General Handout 4: Skills Training Assumptions
General Handout 5: Biosocial Theory
Handouts for Analyzing Behavior
General Handout 6: Overview—Analyzing Behavior (General Worksheets 2, 3)
General Handout 7: Chain Analysis (General Worksheets 2, 2a)
General Handout 7a: Chain Analysis, Step by Step (General Worksheets 2, 2a)
General Handout 8: Missing-Links Analysis (General Worksheet 3)
General Worksheets
Orientation Worksheet
General Worksheet 1: Pros and Cons of Using Skills (General Handout 1)
Worksheets for Analyzing Behavior
General Worksheet 2: Chain Analysis of Problem Behavior (General Handouts 7, 7a)
General Worksheet 2a: Example—Chain Analysis of Problem Behavior(General Handouts 7, 7a)
General Worksheet 3: Missing-Links Analysis (General Handout 8)
Mindfulness Skills
Mindfulness Handouts
Handouts for Goals and Definitions
Mindfulness Handout 1: Goals of Mindfulness Practice (Mindfulness Worksheet 1)
Mindfulness Handout 1a: Mindfulness Definitions
Handouts for Core Mindfulness Skills
Mindfulness Handout 2: Overview—Core Mindfulness Skills (Mindfulness Worksheets 2–2c, 3)
Mindfulness Handout 3: Wise Mind—States of Mind (Mindfulness Worksheet 3)
Mindfulness Handout 3a: Ideas for Practicing Wise Mind (Mindfulness Worksheet 3)
Mindfulness Handout 4: Taking Hold of Your Mind—“What” Skills (Mindfulness Worksheets 2–2c, 4–4b)
Mindfulness Handout 4a: Ideas for Practicing Observing (Mindfulness Worksheets 2–2c, 4–4b)
Mindfulness Handout 4b: Ideas for Practicing Describing (Mindfulness Worksheets 2–2c, 4–4b)
Mindfulness Handout 4c: Ideas for Practicing Participating (Mindfulness Worksheets 2–2c, 4–4b)
Mindfulness Handout 5: Taking Hold of Your Mind—“How” Skills (Mindfulness Worksheets 2–2c, 5–5c)
Mindfulness Handout 5a: Ideas for Practicing Nonjudgmentalness (Mindfulness Worksheets 2–2c, 5–5c)
Mindfulness Handout 5b: Ideas for Practicing One-Mindfulness (Mindfulness Worksheets 2–2c, 5–5c)
Mindfulness Handout 5c: Ideas for Practicing Effectiveness (Mindfulness Worksheets 2–2c, 5–5c)
Handouts for Other Perspectives on Mindfulness Skills
Mindfulness Handout 6: Overview—Other Perspectives on Mindfulness (Mindfulness Worksheets 6–10b)
Mindfulness Handout 7: Goals of Mindfulness Practice—A Spiritual Perspective (Mindfulness Worksheet 1)
Mindfulness Handout 7a: Wise Mind from a Spiritual Perspective
Mindfulness Handout 8: Practicing Loving Kindness to Increase Love and Compassion (Mindfulness Worksheet 6)
Mindfulness Handout 9: Skillful Means—Balancing Doing Mind and Being Mind (Mindfulness Worksheets 7–9)
Mindfulness Handout 9a: Ideas for Practicing Balancing Doing Mind and Being Mind (Mindfulness Worksheets 7–9)
Mindfulness Handout 10: Walking the Middle Path—Finding the Synthesis between Opposites (Mindfulness Worksheets 10–10b)
Mindfulness Worksheets
Worksheets for Core Mindfulness Skills
Mindfulness Worksheet 1: Pros and Cons of Practicing Mindfulness (Mindfulness Handouts 1, 7)
Mindfulness Worksheet 2: Mindfulness Core Skills Practice (Mindfulness Handouts 2–5c)
Mindfulness Worksheet 2a: Mindfulness Core Skills Practice (Mindfulness Handouts 2–5c)
Mindfulness Worksheet 2b: Mindfulness Core Skills Practice (Mindfulness Handouts 2–5c)
Mindfulness Worksheet 2c: Mindfulness Core Skills Calendar (Mindfulness Handouts 2–5c)
Mindfulness Worksheet 3: Wise Mind Practice (Mindfulness Handouts 3, 3a)
Mindfulness Worksheet 4: Mindfulness “What” Skills— Observing, Describing, Participating (Mindfulness Handouts 4–4c)
Mindfulness Worksheet 4a: Observing, Describing, Participating Checklist (Mindfulness Handouts 4–4c)
Mindfulness Worksheet 4b: Observing, Describing, Participating Calendar (Mindfulness Handouts 4–4c)
Mindfulness Worksheet 5: Mindfulness “How” Skills— Nonjudgmentalness, One-Mindfulness, Effectiveness (Mindfulness Handouts 5–5c)
Mindfulness Worksheet 5a: Nonjudgmentalness, One-Mindfulness, Effectiveness Checklist (Mindfulness Handouts 5–5c)
Mindfulness Worksheet 5b: Nonjudgmentalness, One-Mindfulness, Effectiveness Calendar (Mindfulness Handouts 5–5c)
Mindfulness Worksheet 5c: Nonjudgmentalness Calendar (Mindfulness Handouts 5–5c)
Worksheets for Other Perspectives on Mindfulness Skills
Mindfulness Worksheet 6: Loving Kindness (Mindfulness Handout 8)
Mindfulness Worksheet 7: Balancing Being Mind with Doing Mind (Mindfulness Handouts 9, 9a)
Mindfulness Worksheet 7a: Mindfulness of Being and Doing Calendar (Mindfulness Handouts 9, 9a)
Mindfulness Worksheet 8: Mindfulness of Pleasant Events Calendar (Mindfulness Handouts 9, 9a)
Mindfulness Worksheet 9: Mindfulness of Unpleasant Events Calendar (Mindfulness Handouts 9, 9a)
Mindfulness Worksheet 10: Walking the Middle Path to Wise Mind (Mindfulness Handouts 3, 10)
Mindfulness Worksheet 10a: Analyzing Yourself on the Middle Path (Mindfulness Handout 10)
Mindfulness Worksheet 10b: Walking the Middle Path Calendar (Mindfulness Handout 10)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handouts
Handouts for Goals and Factors That Interfere
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 1: Goals of Interpersonal Effectiveness (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 1)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 2: Factors in the Way of Interpersonal Effectiveness
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 2a: Myths in the Way of Interpersonal Effectiveness (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 2)
Handouts for Obtaining Objectives Skillfully Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 3: Overview— Obtaining Objectives Skillfully
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 4: Clarifying Goals in Interpersonal Situations (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 3)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 5: Guidelines for Objectives Effectiveness—Getting What You Want (DEAR MAN ) (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheets 4, 5)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 5a: Applying DEAR MAN Skills to a Difficult Current Interaction
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 6: Guidelines for Relationship Effectiveness—Keeping the Relationship (GIVE) (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheets 4, 5)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 6a: Expanding the V in GIVE— Levels of Validation
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 7: Guidelines for Self-Respect Effectiveness—Keeping Respect for Yourself (FAST) (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheets 4, 5)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 8: Evaluating Options for Whether or How Intensely to Ask for Something or Say No (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 6)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 9: Troubleshooting—When What You Are Doing Isn’t Working (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 7)
Handouts for Building Relationships and Ending Destructive Ones
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 10: Overview— Building Relationships and Ending Destructive Ones
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 11: Finding and Getting People to Like You (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 8)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 11a: Identifying Skills to Find People and Get Them to Like You
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 12: Mindfulness of Others (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 9)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 12a: Identifying Mindfulness of Others
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 13: Ending Relationships (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 10)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 13a: Identifying How to End Relationships
Handouts for Walking the Middle Path
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 14: Overview—Walking the Middle Path (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheets 11–15c)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 15: Dialectics (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheets 11–11b)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 16: How to Think and Act Dialectically (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheets 11–11b)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 16a: Examples of Opposite Sides That Can Both Be True
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 16b: Important Opposites to Balance
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 16c: Identifying Dialectics
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 17: Validation (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 12)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 18: A “How To” Guide to Validation (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 12)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 18a: Identifying Validation
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 19: Recovering from Invalidation(Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 13)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 19a: Identifying Self-Validation
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 20: Strategies for Increasing the Probability of Behaviors You Want (Interpersonal EffectivenessWorksheet 14)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 21: Strategies for Decreasing or Stopping Unwanted Behaviors (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 15)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 22: Tips for Using Behavior Change Strategies Effectively (Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheets 14, 15)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 22a: Identifying Effective Behavior Change Strategies
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheets
Worksheets for Goals and Factors That Interfere
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 1: Pros and Cons of Using Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 1)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 2: Challenging Myths in the Way of Obtaining Objectives (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 2a)
Worksheets for Obtaining Objectives Skillfully
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 3: Clarifying Priorities in Interpersonal Situations (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 4)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 4: Writing Out Interpersonal Effectiveness Scripts (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handouts 5, 6, 7)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 5: Tracking Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills Use (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handouts 5, 6, 7)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 6: The Dime Game—Figuring Out How Strongly to Ask or Say No (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 8)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 7: Troubleshooting Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 9)
Worksheets for Building Relationships and Ending Destructive Ones
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 8: Finding and Getting People to Like You (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 11)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 9: Mindfulness of Others (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 12)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 10: Ending Relationships (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 13)
Worksheets for Walking the Middle Path
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 11: Practicing Dialectics (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handouts 15, 16)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 11a: Dialectics Checklist (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handouts 15, 16)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 11b: Noticing When You’re Not Dialectical (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handouts 15, 16)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 12: Validating Others (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handouts 17, 18)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 13: Self-Validation and Self-Respect (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 19)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 14: Changing Behavior with Reinforcement (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handouts 20, 22)
Interpersonal Effectiveness Worksheet 15: Changing Behavior by Extinguishing or Punishing It (Interpersonal Effectiveness Handouts 21–22)
Emotion Regulation Skills
Emotion Regulation Handouts
Emotion Regulation Handout 1: Goals of Emotion Regulation (Emotion Regulation Worksheet 1)
Handouts for Understanding and Naming Emotions
Emotion Regulation Handout 2: Overview— Understanding and Naming Emotions (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 2–4a, 16)
Emotion Regulation Handout 3: What Emotions Do for You (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 2, 2a–c)
Emotion Regulation Handout 4: What Makes It Hard to Regulate Your Emotions (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 3, 16)
Emotion Regulation Handout 4a: Myths about Emotions (Emotion Regulation Worksheet 3)
Emotion Regulation Handout 5: Model for Describing Emotions (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 4, 4a)
Emotion Regulation Handout 6: Ways to Describe Emotions (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 4, 4a)
Handouts for Changing Emotional Responses
Emotion Regulation Handout 7: Overview—Changing Emotional Responses (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 5–8)
Emotion Regulation Handout 8: Check the Facts (Emotion Regulation Worksheet 5)
Emotion Regulation Handout 8a: Examples of Emotions That Fit the Facts (Emotion Regulation Worksheet 5)
Emotion Regulation Handout 9: Opposite Action and Problem Solving— Deciding Which to Use (Emotion Regulation Worksheet 6)
Emotion Regulation Handout 10: Opposite Action (Emotion Regulation Worksheet 7)
Emotion Regulation Handout 11: Figuring Out Opposite Actions (Emotion Regulation Worksheet 7)
Emotion Regulation Handout 12: Problem Solving (Emotion Regulation Worksheet 8)
Emotion Regulation Handout 13: Reviewing Opposite Action and Problem Solving (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 6–8)
Handouts for Reducing Vulnerability to Emotion Mind
Emotion Regulation Handout 14: Overview—Reducing Vulnerability to Emotion Mind: Building a Life Worth Living (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 9–14b)
Emotion Regulation Handout 15: Accumulating Positive Emotions— Short Term (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 9, 10, 13)
Emotion Regulation Handout 16: Pleasant Events List (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 9, 10, 13)
Emotion Regulation Handout 17: Accumulating Positive Emotions— Long Term (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 9, 11–11b, 13)
Emotion Regulation Handout 18: Values and Priorities List (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 10, 12, 13)
Emotion Regulation Handout 19: Build Mastery and Cope Ahead (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 12, 13)
Emotion Regulation Handout 20: Taking Care of Your Mind by Taking Care of Your Body (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 9, 14)
Emotion Regulation Handout 20a: Nightmare Protocol, Step by Step— When Nightmares Keep You from Sleeping (Emotion Regulation Worksheet 14a)
Emotion Regulation Handout 20b: Sleep Hygiene Protocol (Emotion Regulation Worksheet 14b)
Handouts for Managing Really Difficult Emotions
Emotion Regulation Handout 21: Overview—Managing Really Difficult Emotions (Emotion Regulation Worksheets 15–16)
Emotion Regulation Handout 22: Mindfulness of Current Emotions— Letting Go of Emotional Suffering (Emotion Regulation Worksheet 15)
Emotion Regulation Handout 23: Managing Extreme Emotions 265 Emotion Regulation Handout 24: Troubleshooting Emotion Regulation Skills—When What You Are Doing Isn’t Working (Emotion Regulation Worksheet 16)
Emotion Regulation Handout 25: Review of Skills for Emotion Regulation
Emotion Regulation Worksheets
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 1: Pros and Cons of Changing Emotions (Emotion Regulation Handout 1)
Worksheets for Understanding and Naming Emotions
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 2: Figuring Out What My Emotions Are Doing for Me (Emotion Regulation Handout 3)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 2a: Example—Figuring Out What My Emotions Are Doing for Me (Emotion Regulation Handout 3)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 2b: Emotion Diary (Emotion Regulation Handout 3)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 2c: Example—Emotion Diary (Emotion Regulation Handout 3)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 3: Myths about Emotions (Emotion Regulation Handout 4a)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 4: Observing and Describing Emotions (Emotion Regulation Handouts 5, 6)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 4a: Observing and Describing Emotions (Emotion Regulation Handouts 5, 6)
Worksheets for Changing Emotional Responses
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 5: Check the Facts (Emotion Regulation Handouts 8, 8a)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 6: Figuring Out How to Change Unwanted Emotions (Emotion Regulation Handout 9)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 7: Opposite Action to Change Emotions (Emotion Regulation Handouts 10, 11)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 8: Problem Solving to Change Emotions (Emotion Regulation Handout 12)
Worksheets for Reducing Vulnerability to Emotion Mind
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 9: Steps for Reducing Vulnerability to Emotion Mind (Emotion Regulation Handouts 14–20)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 10: Pleasant Events Diary (Emotion Regulation Handouts 15, 16)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 11: Getting from Values to Specific Action Steps (Emotion Regulation Handouts 17–18)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 11a: Getting from Values to Specific Action Steps (Emotion Regulation Handouts 17–18)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 11b: Diary of Daily Actions on Values and Priorities (Emotion Regulation Handouts 17–18)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 12: Build Mastery and Cope Ahead (Emotion Regulation Handout 19)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 13: Putting ABC Skills Together Day by Day (Emotion Regulation Handout 19)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 14: Practicing PLEASE Skills (Emotion Regulation Handout 20)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 14a: Target Nightmare Experience Form (Emotion Regulation Handout 20a)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 14b: Sleep Hygiene Practice Sheet
Worksheets for Managing Really Difficult Emotions
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 15: Mindfulness of Current Emotions (Emotion Regulation Handouts 21, 22)
Emotion Regulation Worksheet 16: Troubleshooting Emotion Regulation Skills (Emotion Regulation Handout 24)
Distress Tolerance Skills
Distress Tolerance Handouts
Distress Tolerance Handout 1: Goals of Distress Tolerance
Handouts for Crisis Survival Skills
Distress Tolerance Handout 2: Overview—Crisis Survival Skills (Distress Tolerance Worksheets 1–7b)
Distress Tolerance Handout 3: When to Use Crisis Survival Skills
Distress Tolerance Handout 4: The STOP Skill (Distress Tolerance Worksheets 2, 2a)
Distress Tolerance Handout 5: Pros and Cons (Distress Tolerance Worksheets 3, 3a)
Distress Tolerance Handout 6: TIP Skills—Changing Your Body Chemistry (Distress Tolerance Worksheet 4)
Distress Tolerance Handout 6a: Using Cold Water, Step by Step (Distress Tolerance Worksheet 4)
Distress Tolerance Handout 6b: Paired Muscle Relaxation, Step by Step (Distress Tolerance Worksheet 4a)
Distress Tolerance Handout 6c: Effective Rethinking and Paired Relaxation, Step by Step (Distress Tolerance Worksheet 4b)
Distress Tolerance Handout 7: Distracting (Distress Tolerance Worksheets 5–5b)
Distress Tolerance Handout 8: Self-Soothing (Distress Tolerance Worksheet 6–6b)
Distress Tolerance Handout 8a: Body Scan Meditation Step by Step (Distress Tolerance Worksheet 6c)
Distress Tolerance Handout 9: Improving the Moment (Distress Tolerance Worksheets 7–7b)
Distress Tolerance Handout 9a: Sensory Awareness, Step by Step
Handouts for Reality Acceptance Skills
Distress Tolerance Handout 10: Overview—Reality Acceptance Skills (Distress Tolerance Worksheets 8–15a)
Distress Tolerance Handout 11: Radical Acceptance (Distress Tolerance Worksheets 8–9a)
Distress Tolerance Handout 11a: Radical Acceptance—Factors That Interfere
Distress Tolerance Handout 11b: Practicing Radical Acceptance Step by Step (Distress Tolerance Worksheets 9, 9a)
Distress Tolerance Handout 12: Turning the Mind (Distress Tolerance Worksheets 8, 8a, 10)
Distress Tolerance Handout 13: Willingness (Distress Tolerance Worksheets 8, 8a, 10)
Distress Tolerance Handout 14: Half-Smilingand Willing Hands(Distress Tolerance Worksheets 8, 8a, 11)
Distress Tolerance Handout 14a: Practicing Half-Smiling and Willing Hands (Distress Tolerance Worksheet 10)
Distress Tolerance Handout 15: Mindfulness of Current Thoughts (Distress Tolerance Worksheets 8, 8a, 12)
Distress Tolerance Handout 15a: Practicing Mindfulness of Thoughts (Distress Tolerance Worksheets 8, 8a, 12)
Handouts for Skills When the Crisis Is Addiction
Distress Tolerance Handout 16: Overview—When the Crisis Is Addiction (Distress Tolerance Worksheets 13–18)
Distress Tolerance Handout 16a: Common Addictions
Distress Tolerance Handout 17: Dialectical Abstinence (Distress Tolerance Worksheet 14)
Distress Tolerance Handout 17a: Planning for Dialectical Abstinence (Distress Tolerance Worksheet 14)
Distress Tolerance Handout 18: Clear Mind (Distress Tolerance Worksheet 15)
Distress Tolerance Handout 18a: Behavior Patterns Characteristic of Addict Mind and of Clean Mind (Distress Tolerance Worksheet 16)
Distress Tolerance Handout 19: Community Reinforcement (Distress Tolerance Worksheet 16)
Distress Tolerance Handout 20: Burning Bridges and Building New Ones (Distress Tolerance Worksheet 17)
Distress Tolerance Handout 21: Alternate Rebellion and Adaptive Denial (Distress Tolerance Worksheet 18)
Distress Tolerance Worksheets
Worksheets for Crisis Survival Skills
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 1: Crisis Survival Skills (Distress Tolerance Handouts 2–9a)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 1a: Crisis Survival Skills (Distress Tolerance Handouts 2–9a)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 1b: Crisis Survival Skills (Distress Tolerance Handouts 2–9a)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 2: Practicing the STOP Skill (Distress Tolerance Handout 4)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 2a: Practicing the STOP Skill (Distress Tolerance Handout 4)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 3: Pros and Cons of Acting on Crisis Urges (Distress Tolerance Handout 5)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 3a: Pros and Cons of Acting on Crisis Urges (Distress Tolerance Handout 5)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 4: Changing Body Chemistry with TIP Skills (Distress Tolerance Handouts 6–6b)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 4a: Paired Muscle Relaxation (Distress Tolerance Handout 6b)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 4b: Effective Rethinking and Paired Relaxation (Distress Tolerance Handouts 6c)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 5: Distracting with Wise Mind ACCEPTS (Distress Tolerance Handout 7)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 5a: Distracting with Wise Mind ACCEPTS (Distress Tolerance Handout 7)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 5b: Distracting with Wise Mind ACCEPTS (Distress Tolerance Handout 7)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 6: Self-Soothing (Distress Tolerance Handout 8)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 6a: Self-Soothing (Distress Tolerance Handout 8)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 6b: Self-Soothing (Distress Tolerance Handout 8)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 6c: Body Scan Meditation, Step by Step (Distress Tolerance Handout 8a)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 7: IMPROVE the Moment (Distress Tolerance Handout 9)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 7a: IMPROVE the Moment (Distress Tolerance Handout 9)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 7b: IMPROVE the Moment (Distress Tolerance Handout 9)
Worksheets for Reality Acceptance Skills
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 8: Reality Acceptance Skills (Distress Tolerance Handouts 10–15a)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 8a: Reality Acceptance Skills (Distress Tolerance Handouts 10–15a)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 8b: Reality Acceptance Skills (Distress Tolerance Handouts 10–15a)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 9: Radical Acceptance (Distress Tolerance Handouts 11–11b)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 9a: Practicing Radical Acceptance (Distress Tolerance Handouts 11–11b)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 10: Turning the Mind, Willingness, Willfulness (Distress Tolerance Handouts 12, 13)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 11: Half-Smiling and Willing Hands (Distress Tolerance Handout 14, 14a)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 11a: Practicing Half-Smiling and Willing Hands (Distress Tolerance Handouts 14, 14a)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 12: Mindfulness of Current Thoughts (Distress Tolerance Handouts 15, 15a)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 12a: Practicing Mindfulness of Thoughts (Distress Tolerance Handouts 15, 15a)
Worksheets for Skills When the Crisis Is Addiction
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 13: Skills When the Crisis Is Addiction (Distress Tolerance Handouts 16–21)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 14: Planning for Dialectical Abstinence (Distress Tolerance Handout 17)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 15: From Clean Mind to Clear Mind (Distress Tolerance Handouts 18, 18a)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 16: Reinforcing Nonaddictive Behaviors (Distress Tolerance Handout 19)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 17: Burning Bridges and Building New Ones (Distress Tolerance Handout 20)
Distress Tolerance Worksheet 18: Practicing Alternate Rebellion and Adaptive Denial (Distress Tolerance Handout 21)

About the author:

Marsha M. Linehan, Ph.D. ABPP, the developer of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), is a Professor of Psychology and of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Director of the Behavioral Research and Therapy Clinics at the University of Washington. Her primary research interest is in the development and evaluation of evidence-based treatments for populations with high suicide risk and multiple, severe mental disorders.
Dr. Linehan’s contributions to suicide research and clinical psychology research have been recognized with numerous awards, including the 2017 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Psychology and the 2016 Career/Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. She is also a recipient of the Gold Medal Award for Life Achievement in the Application of Psychology from the American Psychological Foundation and the James McKeen Cattell Award from the Association for Psychological Science. In her honor, the American Association of Suicidology created the Marsha Linehan Award for Outstanding Research in the Treatment of Suicidal Behavior.
She is a Zen master and teaches mindfulness and contemplative practices via workshops and retreats for health care providers.

Reviews of the customers about the ebook DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets

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    As a therapist for the past 22 years, and the owner of over 500 books relating to the profession, I can easily say this is one of the most valuable books DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets in my library. I’ve used it numerous times in the last 6 weeks since I ordered it, and not just for clients with Borderline Personality Disorder. If you are the owner of Linehan’s original Skills Training Manual (1993) and found it not terribly user-friendly, you will be pleasantly surprised at how attractive, clear, and useful the new handouts and worksheets are.
  • Oakley McMullin:
    This is not a self-help ebook DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets, it’s the handouts and homework to go along with dialectical behavioral therapy. The book won’t make sense on its own. I highly recommend the therapy to anyone that feels drawn to it. There are so many valuable life skills taught- mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance.
  • Nicole:
    I purchased this ebook DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets because my DBT counselor was always having to print and I was feeling bad. Anyway now she just marks what pages to do for homework. This book is helpful in learning the skills necessary to move through DBT.
  • Wade McGinnis:
    Bought this for my work, and it’s wonderful that Linehan & co. have finally updated their DBT materials and approaches. This collection is a nice expansion of the materials, and you can print tons and tons of worksheets from a webpage which is invaluable for use with patients. I wish the handouts were available as well in the same fashion though. I’m grateful for some new material to use in my DBT group, like cycling through the modules can get s but weary for professionals.
  • Rachel Edington:
    Marsha Linehan has done an amazing job at developing a DBT program that will help build coping skills to be able to manage emotions, chronic illness, anxiety, depression, PTSD and so much more. I went through this entire program and it changed my life, and now I am in school to be a certified therapist, and then will work toward my certification in this program. I highly recommend this for anyone who is suffering from anxiety, depression, PTSD, chronic pain, mental illness, PTSD, grief, and more. In fact, I think these skills should be taught in high schools ebook DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets.
  • Tommi:
    This ebook DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets has exercises, assessments, and worksheets to complement “The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook”. I recommend both books as DBT therapy changed my life. I got them to work with my daughter in hopes it will have the same positive effect on her. I believe everyone should have DBT training. These books could be the key to a better world in my opinion. The skills you will learn in this book are skills anyone can incorporate into their everyday lives. You don’t have to suffer from mental health issues to benefit from these skills. These are real-life skills. In some ways, I feel it has unlocked some secret key to a happy and healthy life DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets.
  • Annette Anderson:
    I don’t usually post reviews but I wanted to respond to a reviewer who says ״But it’s just a full copy of her all her courses handouts and those used for the complete treatment program of DBT.״ I want to say – What on Earth do you mean by ׳just’?! A complete set of every single handout and worksheet is just an amazing resource! So generous and such great value. I’m a Human Givens therapist and haven’t been able to help my daughter enough up to now. By going through these with my daughter using one of the 24-week schedules outlined, it’s going amazingly well. Honestly, it sounds unbelievable but after just two sessions, there’s a real difference already. I can’t praise this enough. It’s overwhelming I agree but that’s because it is complete. I׳d say it’s well worth spending the time to get to grips with it. I think it’s more for therapists though than for self-help unless it’s used as worksheets to accompany a course. DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets.

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5 reviews for DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets 2nd edition

  1. Linda

    This textbook is a great resource when studying DBT in college!

  2. Amelie

    This textbook is a great resource when studying DBT 101 in college!

  3. Vickie

    DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets 2nd edition Highly recommended ebook

  4. Efrain

    DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets 2nd edition ebook contents of course are really good.

  5. Mason

    DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets 2nd edition Great ebook easy to learn to pass my final exam.

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