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- Entire DBT Emotion Regulation module of DBT
- 50 Emotion Regulation skills
- How to use skills to better handle emotions
- Increase Positive Emotions
- Open Mind
- No prior DBT Knowledge needed
Interested in learning Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) but struggle with finding a clinic, unable to wait on the long waitlist or unable to pay out of pocket? This complete DBT course covers the Emotion Regulation module of DBT with a video from a DBT therapist for every Emotion Regulation skill. Learn through a video format with examples as well as handouts for skills, engage with other students and ask questions as you learn. This is the entire DBT Emotion Regulation module in video form! Learn 50 skills for handling difficult emotions and gain better control over your life!
***This isn't a professional training course for those with the intent to teach DBT in a professional setting. ***
- Anyone open to learning DBT Emotion Regulation skills
- This isn't a professional training course for those with the intent to teach DBT in a professional setting.
I use multiple texts for this course, the original Marsha Linehan DBT book with the profile face, the green book by Matthew McKay, et al. and a training manual from the person who taught me DBT in Grad School, Cathy Moonshine as well as some online sites including DBTselfhelp. The sections are separated by where the skill came from for those following along with a text. There are many examples and some homework-like parts in the videos, so I find many students have a notebook and pan handy as well. This course is "meaty," with 50 skills for one module- it's a lot and it's done on purpose. Feel free to not go on order, poke around a bit but please start with understanding emotions (6,7, 9, 10, 11 and 12) at the least.
The way I teach DBT is simple and a bit non-traditional. This isn't about memorizing 50 skills, it's about using as many that work for you! That might be 10 skills and that might be 30, some people find they need more, or less, some find skill easier than others to use and some find a few "holy grail," skills that help them so much they don't need to have a ton of skills ready to use.
Please use the Q&A section to ask any questions as it helps others students as well, message me directly here and leave a review so others can find the course easier. I appreciate any and all feedback I receive.