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Re: What do you think of online DBT? Dinah

Posted by fallsfall on August 16, 2003, at 23:33:50

In reply to Re: What do you think of online DBT? judy1, posted by Dinah on August 16, 2003, at 21:51:16

The diary cards don't necessarily generate a conflict. I found that they were a good way to record what was going on (so I wouldn't forget it). My therapist always looked at it from a standpoint of either "Wow that was good", or "Why was this hard and how can we make it easier for the next time.

I had enough trouble understanding the skills with the presentation in a group and immediate feedback from the therapists. If the online DBT is all text, I think it would be hard. If there is video then it might be better.

I think that you would need to go over the homework with your therapist to be sure you were understanding it. Would you want him to also make sure you did the homework?

I guess DBT is 3 things:

1. Review diary cards to see if there are problem areas
2. Review homework to make sure you did it/understood it.
3. Presentation of new material and demonstration of how the homework should be done.

I'm impressed that you found DBT online! How can he say that you are lazy??????




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