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FRHD 3150 Lecture Notes - Therapeutic Relationship, Marsha M. Linehan, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy


Department
Family Relations and Human Development
Course Code
FRHD 3150
Professor
Michelle Preyde

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April 2, 2013 (dialectical behaviour therapy)
FRHD 3150
Agenda
o Intro
o History of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
o DBT vs cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT)
o Dialectic
o Components of DBT
o Treatment targets
o Getting at the answers and making a commitment
o Completing the Chain Analysis
o Example of the Chain Analysis
o Pros and cons
o Devil's Advocate
o Freedom to choose
o Generating hope
o Questions
Introduction to DBT
o http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfBHByj39rc
Cognitive behaviour approach developed to treat people with personality disorder
2 parts
Once-weekly psychotherapy session
Weekly group therapy sessions
History of DBT
o Late 1970's
o Marsha Linehan
o Attempted to use CBT
o High drop-out rates/ increase anger
o Clinician burn-out
o Clients just weren't getting results they needed so DBT was introduced to them
Needed to know that what they were feeling was normal
DBT vs CBT
DBT
CBT
Emotion
Cognition
Emotional arousal
Cognitive distortions
Thoughts reasonable and understandable
Thoughts are wrong
Thought process consequence intense emotions
Change dysfunctional thoughts
Acceptance and validation
Therapy interfering behaviours
Therapeutic relationship
Dialectical process
Dialectic
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