This is a mental health therapy and skills development podcast designed to help listeners improve their ability to regulate emotion, reduce problem behaviors and learn new, skillful behaviors. This is all based on the Dialectical Behavior Therapy treatment model! Prepare for zigging and zagging, simply because life will do that, and we can choose how to respond - wisely!
Unrelenting Crisis vs. Inhibited Grieving - DBT Weekly - Season 2 - Episode 9
This is all about secondary dialectics found in DBT. Give a listen if you are experiencing many kinds of crises and you want to figure out how to make the cycle stop!
Emotional Vulnerability vs. Self-Invalidation - DBT Weekly Season 2 - Episode 8
Do you or someone you know invalidate themselves when they experience an emotion they don't know how to handle?
Covid and DBT - DBT Weekly Season 2 Episode 7
What skills have you been using for the last year? What have you been able to notice and accomplish? Have you been hard on yourself or others? Listen up! :D
Trouble with DEARMAN - DBT Weekly Season 2 - Episode 6
Have you had a hard time with the DEARMAN skill? Here is a review and some reminders that will improve your skills use!
Being Dialectical - DBT Weekly Season 2 - Episode 5
DBT teaches that there is no absolute truth, and when being dialectical is the most effective choice, often there is much more freedom in letting go of being right and being able to notice both sides of a situation. This takes practice and being willing first and foremost to let go of being right.
Myths vs Facts of BPD - DBT Weekly Season 2 - Episode 4
Have you heard things about Borderline Personality Disorder that you want to fact check? Here are 7 myths that have been busted for your listening enjoyment. This episode is for anyone that struggles themselves, or has a friend or family member that is struggling. Please help spread awareness and stop the hurtful myths.
Great info and full of reminders to stay on track, and to improve our life skills. It’s also comforting to know we’re not alone in our struggles. I appreciate you so much.
Very helpful. Please write more. Examples of StOp skills in relationships would be great.
Would love more episodes
This podcast has been great for helping me review the DBT skills I learned a few years ago. I was struggling to remembering and implement skills and this podcast has been so incredibly helpful. Thank you.