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Re: DBT combines the two even more Dinah

Posted by fallsfall on May 27, 2003, at 7:24:20

In reply to Re: DBT combines the two even more, posted by Dinah on May 26, 2003, at 22:22:32

Hey Dinah,

Hmmm. I brought the Skills Training Manual to my therapist, too. She later said "You are the first patient to bring me a Skills Training Manual, and a good one at that!" She got both books and read them. We found a Skills Training Group which I attended and she went to weekly(?) meetings with that DBT group (at no charge to me - I think she saw it as a training opportunity). Sometimes she refers to DBT and stuff I was supposed to have learned (mindfulness....). I should look back over it, too. I want to read through the therapist instructions in the skills training manual to understand the exercises better. But they, like my therapist, assume that certain concepts are understood (like the basic mindfulness stuff), and I have no clue about them (it is like talking to a blind person about color). Guess I'll have to keep seeing my therapist (what a shame).




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