Free exercise to help clients define their goals & ambitions
The primary goals of DBT are to help clients identify alife worth living and guide them towards changes that’llhelp them reach their goals. With this practical and printable tool from Katelyn Baxter-Musser, LCSW, CDBT, it's easy to work together to establish your clients' goals.
Watch this FREE, short video to learn an easy way to voice your needs and wants.
Lane Pederson shows you step-by-step how to use the acronym DEAR MAN to help your clients learn how to speak their needs.
FREE Worksheet Download
Lane Pederson – Mindfulness is a skillset at the heart of DBT. Yet, many therapists struggle teaching mindfulness practices to clients.
Practicing mindfulness skills open doors to acceptance, experience, and connection to yourself and the world.
Download 73 mindfulness exercises you can use with your clients to help them slow down and find peace, contentment, and enjoyment in everyday life.
Free DBT Opposite to Emotion Worksheet
Lane Pederson – Opposite to Emotion, often referred to in DBT by O2E (oh-2-ee), recognizes that emotions pull us into “mood congruent” behaviors that get us stuck. When mood congruent behaviors strike, O2E is the heavy-hitting answer clients go to… help your clients get UNSTUCK from prolonged and overly intense emotional states with this approach.
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FREE Diary Card Worksheet
In this video, DBT expert Lane Pederson, Psy.D., LP, DBTC, shares a tool that will not only help your clients, but also truly transform how effective you can be as a therapist.
FREE Video & Behavior Analysis Worksheet
Lane Pederson – International trainer and author shares his FREE Behavior Analysis in a video demonstration and worksheet download to show you how you can engage your clients, how you can help them understand what's behind these behaviors, and more importantly, how you can use this awareness to help them to change.
The Bridge-Burning exercise to remove the means of acting on harmful behavior
Bridge-Burning is proactively removing the means of acting on your urges to engage in addictive behaviors. The concept of Bridge-Burning recognizes that relapse into harmful behaviors happens more easily when there is the immediate opportunity to act on impulses. Eliminating the opportunities and/or inserting barriers between urge and action will result in more opportunities to practice skills.
How to Explain Dialectics to Our Clients
If you've ever struggled to explain dialectics to your client, you're not alone. Learn how to clearly explain DBT to your clients, and get a free worksheet to help your client bring about dialectical balance and assist them in seeing options in their lives.
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