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Distress Tolerance Handout 3 Crisis Survival Skills Distract with Wise Mind ACCEPTS. Distress Tolerance Handout 4 Practice Exercise Distract with Wise Mind ACCEPTS. Distress Tolerance Handout 5 Crisis Survival Skills Self Soothe with Six Senses. Distress Tolerance Handout 6 Practice Exercise Self Soothe Skills. Distress Tolerance Handout 7 Crisis Survival Skills IMPROVE the Moment. Distress Tolerance Handout 8 Practice Exercise IMPROVE the Moment. Distress Tolerance Handout 9 Crisis Survival Skills Pros and Cons. Distress Tolerance Handout 10 Practice Exercise Pros and Cons. Distress Tolerance Handout 11 Crisis Survival Skills TIPP Skills for Managing Extreme Emotions. Distress Tolerance Handout 12 Practice Exercise TIPP Skills. Distress Tolerance Handout 13 Create Your Crisis Survival Kit for Home School or Work. Distress Tolerance Handout 14 Accepting Reality Choices We Can Make. Distress Tolerance Handout 15 Accepting Reality Turning the Mind. Distress Tolerance Handout 16 Willingness, Distress Tolerance Handout 17 Ways to Practice Accepting Reality. Distress Tolerance Handout 18 Practice Exercise Accepting Reality. Walking the Middle Path Handouts, Walking the Middle Path Handout 1 Dialectics What Is It. Walking the Middle Path Handout 2 Dialectics How to Guide. Walking the Middle Path Handout 3 Thinking Mistakes. Walking the Middle Path Handout 4 Dialectical Dilemmas. Walking the Middle Path Handout 5 Dialectical Dilemmas How Does the Dilemma Apply. Walking the Middle Path Handout 6 What s Typical for Adolescents and What s Cause. for Concern, Walking the Middle Path Handout 7 Practice Exercise Thinking and Acting Dialectically. Walking the Middle Path Handout 8 Validation, Walking the Middle Path Handout 9 How Can We Validate Others. Walking the Middle Path Handout 10 How Can We Validate Ourselves. Walking the Middle Path Handout 11 Practice Exercise Validation of Self and Others. Walking the Middle Path Handout 12 Behavior Change. Walking the Middle Path Handout 13 Ways to Increase Behaviors. Walking the Middle Path Handout 14 Practice Exercise Positive Reinforcement. Walking the Middle Path Handout 15 Ways to Decrease or Stop Behaviors. Walking the Middle Path Handout 16 Practice Exercise Extinction and Punishment. Emotion Regulation Handouts, Emotion Regulation Handout 1 Taking Charge of Your Emotions Why Bother.
Emotion Regulation Handout 2 Goals of Emotion Regulation Skills Training. Emotion Regulation Handout 3 Short List of Emotions. Emotion Regulation Handout 4 What Good Are Emotions. Emotion Regulation Handout 5 A Model of Emotions, Emotion Regulation Handout 6 A Model of Emotions with Skills. Emotion Regulation Handout 7 Practice Exercise Observe and Describe an Emotion. Emotion Regulation Handout 8 ABC PLEASE Overview, Emotion Regulation Handout 9 ACCUMULATING Positive Experiences Short Term. Emotion Regulation Handout 10 Pleasant Activities List. Emotion Regulation Handout 11 Parent Teen Shared Pleasant Activities List. Emotion Regulation Handout 12 ACCUMULATING Positive Experiences Long Term. Emotion Regulation Handout 13 Wise Mind Values and Priorities List. Emotion Regulation Handout 14 Practice Exercise ACCUMULATING Positive Experiences. in the Short and Long Term, Emotion Regulation Handout 15 Building Mastery and Coping Ahead. Emotion Regulation Handout 16 PLEASE Skills, Emotion Regulation Optional Handout 16a FOOD and Your MOOD. Emotion Regulation Optional Handout 16b BEST Ways to Get REST 12 Tips for Better Sleep. Emotion Regulation Handout 17 Practice Exercise Build Mastery Cope Ahead and. PLEASE Skills, Emotion Regulation Handout 18 The Wave Skill Mindfulness of Current Emotions.
Emotion Regulation Handout 19 Check the Facts and Problem Solving. Emotion Regulation Handout 20 Opposite Action to Change Emotions. Emotion Regulation Handout 21 Practice Exercise Opposite Action. Interpersonal Effectiveness Handouts, Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 1 What Is Your Goal and Priority. Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 2 What Stops You from Achieving Your Goals. Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 3 Building and Maintaining Positive Relationships. GIVE Skills, Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 4 Practice Exercise GIVE Skills. Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 5 Getting Someone to Do What You Want. DEAR MAN Skills, Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 6 Practice Exercise DEAR MAN Skills. Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 7 Maintaining Your Self Respect FAST Skills. Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 8 Worry Thoughts and Wise Mind Self Statements. Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 9 Practice Exercise FAST Skills. Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 10 Factors to Consider in Asking for What You Want. Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 11 Practice Exercise Factors to Consider in Asking. or Saying No, Interpersonal Effectiveness Handout 12 Practice Exercise Using Skills at the Same Time. Interpersonal Effectiveness Optional Handout 13 THINK Skills. Interpersonal Effectiveness Optional Handout 14 Practice Exercise THINK Skills. Orientation Handouts,Orientation Handout 1,What Is Dialectical Behavior Therapy DBT.
DBT is an effective treatment for people who have difficulty controlling their. emotions and behaviors, DBT aims to replace problem behaviors with skillful behaviors. DBT skills help people experience a range of emotions without necessarily. acting on those emotions, DBT skills help teens navigate relationships in their environment family school. DBT helps people create a life worth living,What Does Dialectical Mean. Dialectical two opposite ideas can be true at the same time and when. considered together can create a new truth and a new way of viewing the. situation There is always more than one way to think about a situation. From DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents by Jill H Rathus and Alec L Miller Copyright 2015 by The Guilford Press. ermission to photocopy this handout is granted to purchasers of this book for personal use only see copyright page for. Orientation Handout 2,Goals of Skills Training,Problems to Decrease Behaviors to Increase. 1 REDUCED AWARENESS AND FOCUS 1 CORE MINDFULNESS SKILLS. CONFUSION ABOUT SELF,Not always aware of what you are.
feeling why you get upset or what your,goals are and or have trouble staying. 2 EMOTIONAL DYSREGULATION 2 EMOTION REGULATION SKILLS. Fast intense mood changes with little,control and or steady negative emotional. state mood dependent behaviors,3 IMPULSIVITY 3 DISTRESS TOLERANCE SKILLS. Acting without thinking it all through,escaping or avoiding emotional. experiences, 4 INTERPERSONAL PROBLEMS 4 INTERPERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS.
Pattern of difficulty keeping relationships,steady getting what you want keeping. self respect loneliness, 5 TEENAGER AND FAMILY CHALLENGES 5 WALKING THE MIDDLE PATH SKILLS. Extreme thinking feeling and acting,absence of flexibility difficulty navigating. family conflict or effectively influencing,others behaviors. PERSONAL GOALS,Behaviors to Decrease Behaviors to Increase.
Adapted from DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets Second Edition Copyright 2015 by Marsha M Linehan Adapted. by permission, From DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents by Jill H Rathus and Alec L Miller Copyright 2015 by The Guilford Press. ermission to photocopy this handout is granted to purchasers of this book for personal use only see copyright page for. Orientation Handout 3,DBT Skills Training Group Format. Orientation,Mindfulness,Interpersonal Entry,Effectiveness Point. Orientation,Mindfulness,Orientation,Mindfulness,Orientation. Mindfulness,Regulation Walking the,Middle Path, From DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents by Jill H Rathus and Alec L Miller Copyright 2015 by The Guilford Press.
ermission to photocopy this handout is granted to purchasers of this book for personal use only see copyright page for. Orientation Handout 4,Biosocial Theory,A There is a biological vulnerability to emotions. 1 high sensitivity,2 high reactivity,3 slow return to baseline. B An inability to effectively regulate emotions,TRANSACTING WITH. An invalidating environment communicates that what you are feeling thinking or doing doesn t. make sense or is considered inaccurate or an overreaction Environments include parents teachers. peers therapists coaches and others Sometimes there is a poor fit e g temperament between. the person and the environment, The invalidating environment punishes or sometimes reinforces emotional displays and contributes. to the person s suppression or escalation of emotions and sometimes leaves the person feeling. confused and unable to trust one s own emotional experiences self invalidation. OVER TIME LEADS TO,Multiple Problems,Chronic Emotional Dysregulation.
From DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents by Jill H Rathus and Alec L Miller Copyright 2015 by The Guilford Press. ermission to photocopy this handout is granted to purchasers of this book for personal use only see copyright page for. Orientation Handout 5,DBT Assumptions,1 People are doing the best they can. 2 People want to improve, 3 People need to do better try harder and be more motivated to change. 4 People may not have caused all of their own problems and they have to solve. them anyway, 5 The lives of emotionally distressed teenagers and their families are painful as. they are currently being lived, 6 Teens and families must learn and practice new behaviors in all the different. situations in their lives e g home school work neighborhood. 7 There is no absolute truth,8 Teens and their families cannot fail in DBT.
From DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents by Jill H Rathus and Alec L Miller Copyright 2015 by The Guilford Press. ermission to photocopy this handout is granted to purchasers of this book for personal use only see copyright page for. Orientation Handout 6, Guidelines for the Adolescent Skills Training Group. 1 Information obtained during sessions including the names of other group. members must remain confidential, 2 People are not to come to sessions under the influence of drugs or alcohol. 3 If you miss more than five group sessions absences in a 24 week program. you have dropped out of treatment You can reapply one complete module. after being out of the group Attendance is kept on each family member. individually, 4 If you are more than 15 minutes late you will be allowed in but will be. considered absent, 5 People are not to discuss any risk behaviors with other group members outside. of sessions Participants do not tempt others to engage in problem behaviors. 6 Group members may not contact one another when in crisis and instead. should contact their skills coach or therapist, 7 People may not form private cliques dating relationships with one another.
while they are in skills training together, 8 People may not act in a mean or disrespectful manner toward other group. members or leaders, 9 For teens in a comprehensive DBT program each adolescent must be in. ongoing individual DBT therapy, Adapted from DBT Skills Training Handouts and Worksheets Second Edition Copyright 2015 by Marsha M Linehan Adapted. by permission, From DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents by Jill H Rathus and Alec L Miller Copyright 2015 by The Guilford Press. ermission to photocopy this handout is granted to purchasers of this book for personal use only see copyright page for. Orientation Handout 7,DBT Contract, I am familiar with the theory assumptions and format of DBT Skills Training.
I agree to participate in DBT Skills Training and complete all of the modules. I will come to group on time with my materials and practice exercises If I don t do. the practice I agree to do a behavioral analysis so we understand what got in the. way and can problem solve for next time, I am fully aware of the attendance policy and if I exceed the allotted amount of. absences I understand that I will have dropped out of DBT Skills Training As a. caregiver I am aware that the attendance policy applies to me as well. Your signature date,Skills trainer signature date, From DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents by Jill H Rathus and Alec L Miller Copyright 2015 by The Guilford Press. ermission to photocopy this handout is granted to purchasers of this book for personal use only see copyright page for. Mindfulness Handouts,I m noticing,the thought that. Mindfulness Handout 1,Mindfulness Taking Hold of Your Mind. Being in control of your mind rather than letting your mind be in control of. I m noticing,the thought that, 1 FULL AWARENESS Opened Mind Being aware of the present moment e g.
thoughts emotions and physical sensations without judgment and without. trying to change it, 2 ATTENTIONAL CONTROL Focused Mind Staying focused on one thing at a. From DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents by Jill H Rathus and Alec L Miller Copyright 2015 by The Guilford Press. ermission to photocopy this handout is granted to purchasers of this book for personal use only see copyright page for. Mindfulness Handout 2,Mindfulness Why Bother,Being mindful can. 1 Give you more choices and more control over your behavior It helps you. slow down and notice emotions thoughts and urges i e increases. self awareness and helps you choose a behavior more thoughtfully. rather than act impulsively and make situations worse. 2 Reduce your emotional suffering and increase your pleasure and sense. Skills Training Handouts for DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents by Jill H Rathus and Alec L Miller Guilford Publications Inc Limited Photocopy License The Publisher grants to individual purchasers of this book nonassignable permission to reproduce this material This license is limited to you the individual purchaser for personal use and use with your clients This license does not

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