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PSY 210 Unit 3 – Flashcards 88 terms
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Abnormal Psychology Dialectical Behavior Therapy Object Relations Theory Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder
Abnormal Chapter 16 – Flashcards 69 terms
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Sarah Adrian
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Dialectical Behavior Therapy Progressive Muscle Relaxation
Behavior Therapy – Corey – Flashcards 52 terms
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Charlotte Small
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Counseling Psychology Dialectical Behavior Therapy Music Therapy Social Skills Training Therapy
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Sonia Kelly
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James Storer
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Clinical Psychology Deep Brain Stimulation Dialectical Behavior Therapy Psychology Stimulate The Brain
Psychology Chapter 14-Psychological Treatments – Flashcards 18 terms
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Steven Colyer
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Abnormal Psychology Dialectical Behavior Therapy Positive Symptoms Of Schizophrenia Psychology Psychopathology
Mood Disorders – Flashcards 36 terms
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James Storer
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Abnormal Psychology Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Essentials of Abnormal Psychology, chapter 11 – Flashcards 19 terms
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William Jordan
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Dialectical Behavior Therapy General Adaptation Syndrome Higher Level Cognitive Positive Psychology Right Hand Side
KIN 199- FINAL EXAM – Flashcards 119 terms
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A therapist states, “I seldom use drugs when I treat clients with borderline personality disorder.” The therapist MOST likely says this because: a) the risk of suicide increases because using drugs may lead to overdose. b) in most cases, drugs seem to make aggressiveness even worse. c) in most cases, drugs seem to make emotional outbursts even more extreme. d) the therapist is unaware that drugs are always used in combination with dialectical behavior therapy, the most effective therapy for those with borderline personality disorder.
a) the risk of suicide increases because using drugs may lead to overdose
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Dr. Marsha Linehan, developer of dialectical behavior therapy, would have diagnosed her young adult self with: a) antisocial personality disorder. b) borderline personality disorder. c) narcissistic personality disorder. d) dependent personality disorder.
b) borderline personality disorder
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Which of the following interventions is not associated with the third wave of behavior therapy? a. acceptance and commitment therapy b. dialectical behavior therapy c. relaxation training d. mindfulness based cognitive therapy
The theorist associated with dialectical behavior therapy is
Marcia Linehan
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Dialectical behavior Therapy (DBT)
Originally developed by Marsha Linehan -1987 to treat borderline personality disorder is another approach that incorporates mindfulness and acceptance procedures. 1. The early part of therapy focuses on helping the client express what he or she hopes to get out of therapy 2. The client is encouraged to nonjudgementally observe and describe his or her overt and covert behaviors, especially those that are potentially harmful to the client or others, or that might interfere with the course of treatment. 3. Interpersonal skills are eventually targeted so that clients learn to say no, ask for what they need, and appropriately interact with others in their lives 4. After clients learn to accept aspects of their lives without distortion, judgement, or evaluation, they are much more likely to be able to learn and follow specific behavioral strategies for achieving their therapeutic goals. effective for treating BPD, women with bulimia nervosa, and elderly people with depressoin
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