If you want to live in current moment, cope with healthy stress, regulate your emotions and improve your relationship with others then this therapy is for you. DBT is cognitive behavioral therapy which is intended for the humans with personality disorders. Dialectics is based on the concept that everything is composed of opposites and that change occurs when one opposing force is stronger than the other.
DBT explained in this book is suitable for everyone due to its easy to implement process. Therapy includes core mindfulness, which is perhaps the most important strategy in DBT, teaches you to focus on the present or “live in the moment. You will learn how to tolerate or survive crises using techniques explained in this book. More focus is given to interpersonal effectiveness which will helps you to make more assertive in your relationship.
Below are the benefits which are discovered in this book:
- How DBT works and its history
- Disorders which can be treated with DBT
- Living in current moment
- Stress management
- How to manage painful emotions
- When to apply DBT
If you want to treat your personality disorders at your own, then you must buy this book instantly because techniques explained here are easy to follow at home also. Skills explained here will help you to slow down so that you can focus on your healthy coping skills. You will listen and communicate more effectively, deal with difficult people and will start respect others.
- Q: For whom DBT works?
A: It works for all ages of human with mental health disorders
- Q: How long does it take for DBT to work?
Result can be seen after five to eight months of implementation
- Q: Is DBT good for anxiety?
A: This is best treatment for anxiety and anger management
- Q: Is DBT better than CBT?
A: DBT is simply a modified form of CBT that uses traditional cognitive-behavioral techniques, but also implements other skills like mindfulness, acceptance, and tolerating distress.
- Q: Can we treat bipolar with DBT?
A: Patients in the treatment group received lessons in DBT skills and mindfulness techniques as well as general psychoeducation for bipolar disorder.