Dialectical Behaviour Therapy: Distinctive Features

THE DISTINCTIVE THEORETICAL FEATURES OF DBTPrinciple-driven treatmentIntegrative treatmentDialectical principlesInterrelatednessOppositionChangeEmphasis on the primacy of affectEmotion as a total system responseEmotional vulnerabilityInability to moderate affectTransactional biosocial theoryLearning theory i: classical conditioningClassical conditioningLearning theory ii: operant conditioningA behavioural approach to diagnosisZen principlesTHE DISTINCTIVE PRACTICAL FEATURES OF DBTimplementing treatment modalities to fulfil programme functionsEnhancing capabilitiesEnhancing motivationEnsuring generalizationStructuring the environmentEnhancing therapist capabilities and motivation to treat effectivelyCoaching on the phoneConsulting in a teamTreating the systemOrganizational pre-treatmentStructuring the treatment in stagesStrengthening commitment in pre-treatmentTargeting behaviours according to a hierarchyOrganizing primary targetsStructuring the session agendaTargets in other modalitiesValidating in the current context or clients' inherent capabilitiesAnalyzing behaviours, with a twist or twoIntegrating multiple CBT procedures in a solution analysisGenerating solutionsEvaluating solutionsImplementing solutionsClinical vignetteUsing skilful meansExposing to a variety of affectsManaging contingencies in the therapeutic contextChanging cognitive behavioursBeing dialecticalBEING DIALECTICALUsing self-disclosureDistinctive types of self-disclosureFunctions of self-disclosureConfronting and being irreverentConsulting to the clientTreating the client's therapy-interfering behaviourTreating the therapistEvidence for efficacy and effectivenessEfficacy of DBTEffectiveness of DBT
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