Opposite Action: An Adaptation from the Deaf Perspective
Acting opposite to your emotions is an effective way to change emotions you want to change. In this 42-minute educational recording, two Deaf therapists work with an all-Deaf DBT Skills Group to teach the skill of Opposite Action. This video is an adaptation of "Opposite Action: Changing Emotions You Want to Change" by Dr. Marsha Linehan, developer of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Opposite Action is an Emotion Regulation skill in Linehan’s (1993) Skills Training Manual for Treating Borderline Personality Disorder.
Adapted and produced by the Deaf Wellness Center at the University of Rochester School of Medicine Deaf Wellness Center at the University of Rochester School of Medicine, Behavioral Tech Research, Inc. and Behavioral Tech, LLC. The adaptation and production of this DVD was funded by a grant from NIDA.
Produced By: The Deaf Wellness Center, Behavioral Tech Research Inc. and Behavioral Tech, LLC
Length: 42:25 minutes