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Teaching the GIVE skills (Part 2)

9.22.2021 - Teaching the GIVE skills Part 2

This feature by Christine Dunkley, DClinP is Part 2 of 2 in a series about one of the skills in the interpersonal effectiveness module. In the first part, Christine began by examining the first two GIVE skills: Gentle and Interested. Part two explores the GIVE skills of Validation and Easy manner.

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Using Skills in the Natural Environment: Strategies for Enhancing Skills Generalization (Part 2)

8.25.2021 - Using Skills in the Natural Environment - Strategies for Enhancing Skills Generalization part 2

This feature by Allison K. Ruork, Ph.D. and Shireen L. Rizvi, Ph.D., ABPP of Rutgers University is Part 2 of 2 in a series about DBT skills generalization. In the first part, Allison and Shireen began by discussing making a plan with clients on how to use DBT skills in a real world environment and how homework and phone coaching can facilitate the process. Here in part two, they discuss alternatives to phone coaching and technological advances that have created more opportunities for skills generalization.

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Using Skills in the Natural Environment: Strategies for Enhancing Skills Generalization (Part 1)

Using Skills in the Natural Environment: Strategies for Enhancing Skills Generalization

This feature by Allison K. Ruork, Ph.D. and Shireen L. Rizvi, Ph.D., ABPP of Rutgers University is Part 1 of 2 in a series about DBT skills generalization. In this first part, Allison and Shireen begin by discussing making a plan with clients on how to use DBT skills in a real world environment and how homework and phone coaching can facilitate the process.

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How DBT Skills Can Help Patients Coping with Cancer (Part 2)

How DBT Skills Can Help Patients Coping with Cancer Part 2

This feature by Elizabeth Cohn Stuntz, LCSW and Ronda Oswalt Reitz, PhD is Part 2 of 2 in this blog about the way DBT Skills can help patients cope with cancer. In the first part here, Elizabeth and Ronda shared the story of Maria, who was diagnosed with cancer. They presented two skills, mindfulness and labeling emotions to regulate them. In part two, they explore additional DBT strategies that can help cancer patients and their loved ones feel less helpless and have more faith in their ability to cope.

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How DBT Skills Can Help Patients Coping with Cancer (Part 1)

How DBT Skills Can Help Patients Coping with Cancer (Part 1)

This feature by Elizabeth Cohn Stuntz, LCSW and Ronda Oswalt Reitz, PhD is Part 1 of 2 in a piece about how the application of DBT Skills can help patients cope with cancer. In this first part, Ronda and Elizabeth examine the impact of balancing the challenges of dealing with cancer as well as the first two tools that may be of assistance to cancer patients.

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