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Dialectical Behaviour Therapy

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Dialectical Behaviour Therapy in Practice

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Managing Borderline Personality Disorder in General PracticeChris Willcox 
Complex Trauma and Dialectical Behavioural TherapyPeter King 
Dialectic Behaviour Therapy (DBT) with Torture and Trauma Clients at STARTTS (Case study)Gordana Hol-Radicic 
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Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Pharmacology

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Psychodynamic aspects of psychopharmacology.Thomas C.W Li 
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DBT programs

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Comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Therapy Programs in Western Sydney LHDDenise Chu 
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Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Mindfulness

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Neuroscience, psychotherapy and mindfulness.Geoff Dawson 
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Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Borderline Personality Disorder

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What else works: evidence for psychotherapy models for treating borderline personality disorderNick Bendit 
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Dialectical Behaviour Therapy

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) was developed by Marsha Linehan for treating women with Borderline Personality Disorder who deliberately self-harmed. It is now used with both genders, adolescents and adults, and with people whose primary difficulties lie in areas of substance abuse and eating disorder. The comprehensive model has patients attending individual therapy and group-based skills training weekly with phone support for generalisation of skills outside of therapy. DBT is a combination of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, mindfulness practice, acceptance-based principles and dialectical strategies with the purpose of addressing life-threatening and self-harming behaviours, behaviours that interfere with therapy, major quality of life issues and the acquisition of life skills.


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