Favorite Resources at this Time of Coping with Covid
On these pages, you will find resources for expanding our relationship skills. DBT or Dialectical Behavior Therapy holds that each of us can always learn more about our patterns of relating, of thinking, of feeling, and being in the world. We can learn skills and perspectives that help us to be more accepting of our current lives while also more able to effectively change. This ongoing (sorry, nothing is permanent) balance of acceptance and change is the core dialectic that guides our creating meaningful relationships.
Mindfulness in the Red Zone?
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Three DBT Skills for Families Coping in this Pandemic
Tuesday, November 3rd, 6-7:45pm
No Charge. Any donation to wonderful family resources, NEABPD or NowMattersNow, is welcomed.
Through this online presentation and brief practice exercises, you will learn several methods to employ mindful awareness, "BIG emotion" management, and communicate with validating for more effective family conversations.
Friends & Families Workshops at CBT Durham. www.cbtdurham.com/workshops
Validation Workshop: Increasing Validation and Decreasing Invalidation
Saturday, November 7th, 10am-1pm
Melissa Miller & Caitlin Fang
Principles of Reinforcement and Behavior Change
Saturday, December 5th, 10am-12pm
Melissa Miller, Caitlin Fang, & Jennifer Buchholz
12 Week DBT Skills for Couples, Jan-Mar 2021.
DBT Fundamentals Training
A 2 Day Introduction to DBT for Psychotherapists,
Educators & Helping Professionals
TBA - 2021 Online Class.
Saturday DBT Family Skills Training series, TBA - 2021.
Deep Dive into Nonjudgment with Martha Golden and John Mader, Friday, TBA, Chapel Hill.
Join us as we get curious about NONJUDGMENT.
Learn how to regulate your emotions and increase your problem-solving capabilities through a more compassionate, nonjudgmental stance. Learn how to become more effectively equipped to practice this transformative skill in daily living.
Video introductions to Family Skills Training
For your skillful coping during your next visit with family and old friends... DBT Cope Ahead Chain for Visits with Family & Friends, including Five Common Tasks You Can Cope with More Skillfully.