The House of DBT is a metaphor that is used to describe the stages of treatment in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). In this 18 minute video, Marsha Linehan, Ph.D., ABPP, the treatment developer of DBT speaks directly to clients about the stages of DBT and treatment. Customers will have the ability to view this streaming video from our website. Viewing access is unlimited, internet connection is required.
Once the video is purchased the video file is accessible on the customer’s MY ACCOUNT page of www.behavioraltech.org. The file can be accessed and viewed forever from this location.
In this four volume series you'll watch Dr. Linehan in an unscripted role-play. These sessions include the elements that need to be covered in the pre-treatment stage of DBT. These elements are, orienting the client to treatment, introducing BPD diagnosis and biosocial theory, and getting a commitment to participate in treatment and decrease dysfunctional behaviors.
In this two-session unscripted role play, Dr. Linehan demonstrates some of the DBT suicide protocols used in treatment. She demonstrates different elements in assessing suicide while creating a working relationship with a suicidal client. Dr. Linehan sets the stage for treatment, forms a relationship with the client, and gets a clinical picture of both the clients’ suicide history as well as her reasons for living.
In Core Components of DBT: Behavioural and Solution Analysis, Michaela Swales and Christine Dunkley demonstrate how to conduct a behavioural analysis and implement a comprehensive solution analysis. In the two unscripted role-plays on this DVD Michaela and Christine demonstrate a range of different solutions and how to engage the client in behavioural rehearsal of those solutions in session.
In the third video of the From Chaos to Freedom Series, Marsha Linehan, Ph.D., reveals the three skills that have enabled ordinary people to cope with extraordinary problems, disappointments, and personal trauma.
In this unique, fourth video of the From Chaos to Freedom Series, Marsha Linehan, Ph.D. offers Eastern and Western practical wisdom for finding joy, self-understanding, and freedom from our insecurities by living fully and consciously in the present.
This program, the first in a five-part series on BPD and families, explains what BPD is through the personal experiences of families who have a relative with borderline personality disorder.
This program, the third of a five part series on BPD and families presents the diagnostic criteria for making a diagnosis of BPD and how getting a diagnosis is the first step on the road to recovery.