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The skills training manual for Radically open dialectical behavior therapy : a clinician's guide for treating disorders of overcontrol / Thomas R. Lynch.

Lynch, Thomas R. (författare)
ISBN 9781626259317
Publicerad: Oakland, CA : Context Press, an imprint of New Harbinger Publications, Inc. [2018]
Copyright: ©2018
Engelska xxi, 558 pages
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  • Machine generated contents note: What Is Overcontrol? -- Four Core Deficits -- RO DBT Therapeutic Stance -- Basic Assumptions -- The Primary Mechanism of Change: Social Signaling -- Treatment Structure and Targets -- Individual Therapy Treatment Target Hierarchy -- RO Skills Training: Global Aims and Targets -- Orienting OC Clients to RO Skills Training -- Structuring RO Skills Training Classes -- Composition of RO Skills Training Classes -- Think Nondiagnostically to Enhance Class Size -- Maximize Learning by Maximizing the Physical Environment -- Teach Directly from the Manual -- Summary -- Why Dialectics? -- Why Radical Openness? -- Why Self-Enquiry? -- Summary -- When a Classroom Goes Quiet -- Use Heat-On and Heat-Off Strategies to Shape Desired Behaviors -- Maladaptive Social Signals That Cannot Be Ignored in Class -- Protocol for Therapeutic Induction of Social Responsibility -- Managing Alliance Ruptures and Repairs -- Managing Suicidal Behavior -- Summary. 
  • Note continued: Deciphering an RO Lesson Plan -- Additional Instructions for Using the Skills Manual -- Lesson 1 Radical Openness -- Main Points for Lesson 1 -- Materials Needed -- (Recommended) Mindfulness Practice: Mindfulness of Ambiguity -- (Required) Class Exercise: Our Perceptual Biases: How We Become Closed to New Information -- (Required) Teaching Points: Perceptual Biases -- (Required) Teaching Points: What Is Psychological Health? -- (Required) Teaching Points: To Be Open or Closed? That Is the Question! -- (Recommended) Class Exercise: Myths of a Closed Mind -- (Required) Teaching Point: What Is Radical Openness? -- (Required) Teaching Point: Flexible Mind DEFinitely: Three Steps for Radically Open Living -- Lesson 1 Homework -- Lesson 2 Understanding Emotions -- Main Points for Lesson 2 -- Materials Needed -- (Recommended) Mindfulness Practice: Participate Without Planning -- (Required) Teaching Point: Five Emotionally Relevant Cues. 
  • Note continued: (Required) Teaching Point: Pulling It All Together -- (Required) Story and Discussion: "So Close and Yet So Far Away" -- Lesson 2 Homework -- Lesson 3 Activating Social Safety -- Main Points for Lesson 3 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Discussion Point: Hunting Dogs, Shields, and Swords -- (Required) Teaching Point: The Social Safety System -- (Required) Class Exercise: Playing with Eyebrows -- (Required) Teaching Points: Talking Eyebrows -- (Required) Teaching Point: Activating Our Social Safety System -- (Required) Class Exercise: The Big Three + 1 -- (Required) Teaching Point: Expansive Gestures Communicate Safety -- (Required) Class Exercise: Practice Big Gestures -- (Required) Teaching Point: The "Slow Your Breath" Skill -- (Required) Class Exercise: Slowing Our Breath -- (Required) Teaching Point: The Tense-and-Relax Skill -- (Optional) Class Exercise: Muscle Relaxation Exercise. 
  • Note continued: (Required) Teaching Point: Using Touch, Chewing, Hearing, and Vision Skills -- (Required) Teaching Point -- (Optional) Teaching Points: Downregulating Defensive Arousal via Activation of Other Neural Substrates -- Lesson 3 Homework -- Lesson 4 Enhancing Openness and Social Connection via Loving Kindness -- Main Points for Lesson 4 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Teaching Points: Loving Kindness Meditation -- (Required) Class Exercise: Loving Kindness Meditation Practice -- (Required) Discussion Points: LKM Practice -- Lesson 4 Homework -- Lesson 5 Engaging in Novel Behavior -- Main Points for Lesson 5 -- Materials Needed -- (Recommended) Mindfulness Practice: The Oompa-Loompa -- (Required) Teaching Point: Why Engage in Novel Behavior? -- (Required) Teaching Point: How Do We Learn Something New? -- (Required) Teaching Point: Engaging in Novel Behavior: Flexible Mind Varies. 
  • Note continued: (Required) Teaching Point: Remembering How to Play: The Art of Nonproductivity and Being Just a Little Bit Silly -- (Required) Class Exercise: The Extremely Fun Extreme Expression Workshop -- (Optional) Class Exercise: If It's Not Fun, It's Not Play -- Lesson 5 Homework -- Lesson 6 How Do Emotions Help Us? -- Main Points for Lesson 6 -- Materials Needed -- (Recommended) Mindfulness Practice: Deal an Emotion -- (Recommended) Class Exercise: OC Myths About Emotions -- (Required) Teaching: Emotions Are There for a Reason -- (Required) Story and Discussion: "The Logical Romantic" -- (Required) Teaching Point: Why Bother Labeling Emotions? -- (Required) Teaching Point: Four Steps to Emotion-Labeling Bliss -- (Recommended) Teaching Point: Not Everything That's Important Is Emotional -- Lesson 6 Homework -- Lesson 7 Understanding Overcontrolled Coping -- Main Points for Lesson 7 -- Materials Needed. 
  • Note continued: (Required) Teaching Point: Overcontrol Is a Habit That Is Hard to Kick! -- (Required) Teaching Point: Overcontrol Can Become a Habit -- Lesson 7 Homework -- Lesson 8 Tribe Matters: Understanding Rejection and Self-Conscious Emotions 165 -- Main Points for Lesson 8 -- Materials Needed -- (Optional) Teaching Point: Better When Together -- (Required) Teaching Point: Got Tribe? -- (Required) Teaching Point: What Does Tribe Mean? -- (Required) Teaching Point: Humans Fear Social Exclusion -- (Required) Teaching Point: Rejection: No, Thanks! -- (Required) Teaching Point: Despite Being Painful, Shame Is Prosocial -- (Required) Teaching Point: Self-Conscious Emotions Are Triggered During Social Interactions -- (Required) Mini-Class Exercise: Exploring Low-Intensity Signals -- (Optional) Teaching Point: Tribes Punish -- (Required) Teaching Point: When Feeling Shame, Embarrassed, Rejected or Excluded, Practice Flexible Mind SAGE. 
  • Note continued: (Required) Mini-Class Exercise: Using the RO DBT Self-Conscious Emotions Rating Scale Effectively -- Lesson 8 Homework -- Lesson 9 Social Signaling Matters! -- Main Points for Lesson 9 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Class Exercise: What We Show on the Outside Matters! -- (Required) Teaching Point: Open Expression = Trust = Social Connectedness -- (Required) Class Exercise: Four Mini-Social Signaling Exercises -- (Required) Teaching Point: Humans Are Expert Social Safety Detectors -- Lesson 9 Homework -- Lesson 10 Using Social Signaling to Live by Your Values: Flexible Mind Is Deep -- Main Points for Lesson 10 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Teaching Point: The Three Functions of Emotions -- (Required) Teaching Point: Nonverbal Social Signals Matter! -- (Recommended) Class Exercise: Apollo Eyebrows! -- (Required) Class Exercise: "The Still Face Experiment". 
  • Note continued: (Required) Teaching Point: Using Social Signaling to Live by Your Values: Flexible Mind Is DEEP -- (Required) Class Exercise: Examining How Valued Goals Are Expressed Without Ever Saying a Word -- Lesson 10 Homework -- Lesson 11 Mindfulness Training, Part 1: Overcontrolled States of Mind 233 -- Main Points for Lesson 11 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Teaching Point: Learning to Be Open About Being Closed -- (Required) Teaching Point: Learning About Fixed Mind -- (Optional) Discussion Point: Selfishness -- (Required) Class Exercise: Finding My Fixed Mind -- (Required) Teaching Point: Being Kind to Fixed Mind -- (Required) Teaching Point: Learning About Fatalistic Mind -- (Required) Class Exercise: Finding My Fatalistic Mind -- (Optional) Discussion Point: Fatalistic Mind -- (Required) Teaching Point: Challenging Fatalistic Mind -- (Required) Teaching Points: Understanding Flexible Mind -- (Required) Class Exercise: Finding My Flexible Mind. 
  • Note continued: Lesson 11 Homework -- Lesson 12 Mindfulness Training, Part 2: The "What" Skills -- Main Points for Lesson 12 -- Materials Needed -- (Recommended) Mindfulness Practice: Urge-Surfing -- (Required) Teaching Point: Mindfulness "What" Skill: Observe Openly -- (Required) Teaching Point: Describe with Integrity -- (Required) Class Exercise: The Awareness Continuum -- (Recommended) Teaching Point: Examples of "Describe with Integrity" Practices for Overcontrol -- (Required) Class Exercise: "I Am NOT Pouting!" -- (Required) Teaching Points: Participate Without Planning -- (Required) Class Exercise: Mini-"Participate Without Planning" Practice -- Lesson 12 Homework -- Lesson 13 Mindfulness Training, Part 3: The Core Mindfulness "How" Skill: With Self-Enquiry 280 -- Main Points for Lesson 13 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Teaching Point: Introducing the "With Self-Enquiry" Skill -- (Required) Teaching Point: What Is Self-Enquiry?. 
  • Note continued: (Required) Teaching Point: How Does Self-Enquiry Facilitate Mindful Living? -- (Required) Teaching Point: Deepening Our Understanding of Self-Enquiry -- (Optional) Teaching Point: Cultivating Healthy Self-Doubt -- (Optional) Mini-Class Exercise: Fun with Self-Doubt -- (Optional) Self-Enquiry Practice: "Who Makes These Changes?" -- (Required) Practice: Outing Oneself -- (Required) Practice: A Step-by-Step Self-Enquiry and "Outing Oneself" Practice -- (Optional) Class Exercises: Examples of Self-Enquiry and "Outing Oneself" Exercises That Can Be Practiced in Class -- Lesson 13 Homework -- Lesson 14 Mindfulness Training, Part 4: The "How" Skills -- Main Points for Lesson 14 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Teaching Point: With Awareness of Harsh Judgments -- (Optional) Discussion Point: Emotions -- (Required) Teaching Point: Judgmental Thinking -- (Required) Teaching Point: With One-Mindful Awareness -- (Optional) Class Exercise: Everything Is Relative. 
  • Note continued: Lesson 14 Homework -- Lesson 15 Interpersonal Integrity, Part 1: Saying What We Really Mean -- Main Points for Lesson 15 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Teaching Point: Effectively and with Humility -- (Required) Teaching Point: Why Do We Dislike Deception? -- (Required) Class Exercise: Mindful Awareness of Lies -- (Required) Teaching Point: Not All Lies Are Bad -- (Required) Teaching Point: Saying What We Really Mean -- (Required) Mini-Class Exercise: Phony Polite Versus Impolite: What's the Social Signal? -- (Required) Teaching Point: Hiding Intentions and Disguising Demands -- (Recommended) Mini-Class Exercise: Curiosity Versus Sarcasm -- (Required) Mini-Class Exercise: "What's the Real Meaning Behind This?" -- Lesson 15 Homework -- Lesson 16 Interpersonal Integrity, Part 2: Flexible Mind REVEALs -- Main Points for Lesson 16 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Role Play: "Pushbacks" and "Don't Hurt Me" Responses. 
  • Note continued: (Required) Teaching Point: "Don't Hurt Me" Responses -- (Required) Teaching Point: "Pushback" Responses -- (Required) Teaching Point: Letting Go of Habitual "Pushback" and "Don't Hurt Me" Responses: Flexible Mind REVEALs -- Lesson 16 Homework -- Lesson 17 Interpersonal Effectiveness: Kindness First and Foremost -- Main Points for Lesson 17 -- Materials Needed -- (Recommended) Class Exercise: OC Myths About Interpersonal Relationships -- (Required) Teaching Point: Enhancing Interpersonal Kindness, Effectiveness, and Connectedness -- (Required) Class Exercise: Making Flexible Mind ROCKs ON Come Alive -- (Required) Teaching Point: Flexible Mind ROCKs ON -- (Required) Discussion Points: Kindness First and Foremost -- (Required) Teaching Point: Using Valued Goals to Guide Behavior -- Lesson 17 Homework -- Lesson 18 Being Assertive with an Open Mind -- Main Points for Lesson 18 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Teaching Points: Flexible Mind PROVEs. 
  • Note continued: (Optional) Discussion Point: The Pros and Cons of Punishment -- (Recommended) Class Exercise: Having Fun with Asking-and Saying No! -- (Required) Teaching Point: After the Interaction -- Lesson 18 Homework -- Lesson 19 Using Validation to Signal Social Inclusion -- Main Points for Lesson 19 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Teaching Point: "We Are Tribe!" -- (Optional) Discussion Points: Enhancing Intimacy -- (Required) Teaching Point: Using Validation to Signal Social Inclusion -- (Optional) Class Exercise: The Nonverbal Validation Game -- (Required) Teaching Point: Reflecting Back -- (Required) Class Exercise: Practicing Reflection -- (Required) Teaching Point: Empathic Mind Reading -- (Optional) Class Exercise: Validating Based on History -- (Optional) Class Exercise: Differentiating Validating Based on History from Validating Based on Normalizing -- (Optional) Class Exercise: Signaling Trust -- (Required) Class Exercise: Reciprocity Matters!. 
  • Note continued: (Optional) Class Exercise: Validation on Demand -- (Required) Teaching Point: What About Invalidation? -- (Recommended) Minipractice: Learning How to Learn from Invalidation -- Lesson 19 Homework -- Lesson 20 Enhancing Social Connectedness, Part 1 -- Main Points for Lesson 20 -- Materials Needed -- (Optional) Teaching Point: Dependency -- (Required) Teaching Point: Friendships Can Be Hard Work -- (Required) Class Exercise: Thinking About Distrust -- (Required) Teaching Point: Differences in Desired Intimacy -- (Required) Class Exercise: The Intimacy Thermometer -- (Required) Discussion Point: What Characterizes a Genuine Friendship? -- (Required) Teaching Points: Trusting Others -- Lesson 20 Homework -- Lesson 21 Enhancing Social Connectedness, Part 2 -- Main Points for Lesson 21 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Teaching Point: Flexible Mind ALLOWs -- (Required) Class Exercise: "We Can Never Fully Know". 
  • Note continued: (Optional) Discussion Points: Hiding Versus Revealing -- (Required) Match + 1 Class Demonstration: Self-Disclosure Matters -- (Required) Teaching Point: Enhancing Intimacy with Match + 1 -- (Required) Class Exercise : Let's Practice Match + 1 -- Lesson 21 Homework -- Lesson 22 Learning from Corrective Feedback -- Main Points for Lesson 22 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Class Exercise: Recalling a Time We Felt Criticized -- (Required) Teaching Point: Being Open to Feedback from Others: Flexible Mind ADOPTS -- (Optional) Discussion Point: Trying out Feedback -- (Required) Class Exercise: The Many Ways People Respond to Criticism -- (Recommended) Class Exercise: Listening to Criticism -- (Optional) Class Exercise: Demonstrating Pinpointing -- (Required) Teaching Point: Before Trying Out a Suggested Change, Evaluate It -- (Required) Teaching Point: Return to Teaching the Last Two Steps of Flexible Mind ADOPTS, Using Handout 22.1 -- Lesson 22 Homework. 
  • Note continued: Lesson 23 Mindfulness Training, Part 1: Overcontrolled States of Mind (Repeated from Lesson 11) -- Main Points for Lesson 23 -- Materials Needed -- Lesson 24 Mindfulness Training, Part 2: The "What" Skills (Repeated from Lesson 12) -- Main Points for Lesson 24 -- Materials Needed -- Lesson 25 Mindfulness Training, Part 3: The Core Mindfulness "How" Skill: With Self-Enquiry (Repeated from Lesson 13) -- Main Points for Lesson 25 -- Materials Needed -- Lesson 26 Mindfulness Training, Part 4: The "How" Skills (Repeated from Lesson 14) -- Main Points for Lesson 26 -- Materials Needed -- Lesson 27 Envy and Resentment -- Main Points for Lesson 27 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Teaching Point: Envy -- (Required) Discussion Point: Helpful or Unhelpful Envy? -- (Required) Teaching Point: Distinguishing Helpful from Unhelpful Envy -- (Required) Teaching Point: Flexible Mind DARES (to Let Go) -- Lesson 27 Homework. 
  • Note continued: Lesson 28 Cynicism, Bitterness, and Resignation -- Main Points for Lesson 28 -- Materials Needed -- (Recommended) Mindfulness Practice: "Who Makes These Changes?" -- (Recommended) Mini-Class Exercise: Fun with Cynicism -- (Required) Teaching Point: Learning from Cynicism -- (Required) Teaching Point: Bitterness -- (Required) Teaching Point: Flexible Mind Is LIGHT -- Lesson 28 Homework -- Lesson 29 Learning to Forgive -- Main Points for Lesson 29 -- Materials Needed -- (Required) Discussion Point: Understanding Forgiveness -- (Recommended) Mindfulness Practice: Recalling a Time We Needed Forgiveness -- (Required) Teaching Point: What Is Forgiveness? -- (Required) Class Mindfulness Exercise: Finding a Past Injury -- (Required) Teaching Point: Flexible Mind Has HEART -- (Required) Class Exercise: Practicing Forgiveness -- (Required) Teaching Points: Forgive Again and Again -- Lesson 29 Homework -- Lesson 30 RO Integration Week -- Main Points for Lesson 30. 
  • Note continued: Materials Needed -- Integration Week Practice Examples Designed to Loosen Inhibitory Control -- Integration Week Practices and Teaching Designed to Enhance Relationship IQ -- Lesson 30 Homework -- References.
  • "The Skills Training Manual for Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy offers a groundbreaking, transdiagnostic approach for clients with difficult-to-treat overcontrol (OC) disorders, such as anorexia nervosa, treatment-resistant depression, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Written by the founder of RO-DBT and published for the first time, this manual offers clinicians step-by-step guidance for implementing this evidence-based therapy in their practice"--Provided by publisher. 


Beteendeterapi  (sao)
Självbehärskning  (sao)
Impulskontrollstörningar  (sao)
Utbildning  (sao)
Dialectical behavior therapy.  (LCSH)
Obsessive-compulsive disorder  -- Treatment. (LCSH)
Behavior Therapy  -- methods. (MeSH)
Compulsive Personality Disorder  -- therapy. (MeSH)
Behavior Therapy  -- education. (MeSH)
Self-Control  -- psychology. (MeSH)
Tvångssyndrom  -- behandling (sao)
Education  (LCSH)
Impulse control disorders  (LCSH)
Behavior therapy  (LCSH)
Self-control  (LCSH)


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