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DBT # 1
Transcript of DBT # 1
you coping skills for managing emotional and behavioral problems. Four Modules:
Interpersonal Effectiveness Mindfulness: A way to be in the moment in order to distract yourself Distress Tolerance: Emotion Regulation: Skills to help make a change when feeling negative emotions; help you deal with primary and secondary emotions Interpersonal Effectiveness: Skills to help people have better relationships with others 2 - Learning and Practicing these skills will help you manage problems in a healthy way that will assist you with reaching both your academic and personal goals in your life. 3 - In addition, you can all support each other in
reaching your goals. Plus, learning how to function well in a group setting is an important skill for all people. Ground Rules:
Keep it confidential.
Put away electronics. What it looks like!
Two Groups : Group A & B
Each time a new student enters the Bridge we will introduce ourselves.
Shelley and Eileen's Part: Teach new skills, facilitate activities related to skills, answer your questions about the skills, and otherwise support you as you learn.
Your Part: Participate! Share examples. Ask questions. Give classmates feedback. This is a learning process; there are no stupid questions.
....I don't understand?
Never fear! We'll keep working with you until you do.
....I miss a group?
We will work with you individually until you understand.
...I'm having a hard time emotionally at Bridge?
We will "coach" you in using the skills from group to resolve the problem. The more you practice, the more the skills will become second nature! Three States of Mind: Skills to help tolerate people/situations that cannot be changed. Can you agree?
Anything to add? Emotion Mind: Emotions control actions and decisions.
Can you think of any examples of times you or someone you know has been in this state of mind? Reason Mind:
Your logical, rational side is in control--"just the facts."
What might operating in this state of mind look like? Wise Mind:
Emotion Mind and Reason Mind are integrated. You use your intuition to make decisions that are wise, good for you, and in line with your values.