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SELF Definitions DBT Skills Effective Communication Misc
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What is Safety
What the S stands for in SELF
100
What is Grounding
Means to bring your focus to what is happening to you physically, either in your body or in your surroundings, instead of being trapped by the thoughts in your mind that are causing you to feel anxious.
100
What is Emotion Regulation
In this DBT skills category you will find the skills:
100
What is Non-verbal communication
Communication without the use of spoken language, it includes gestures, facial expressions, and body positions. 70% of communication.
100
What is thoughts, emotions, behaviors
Cognitive behavioral therapy involves the process of learning about the connection between what 3 things
200
What is Emotions
What the E stands for in SELF
200
What is Mindfulness
A mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one's feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, used as a therapeutic technique.
200
What is Distress tolerance
In this DBT skills category you will find the skills:
200
What is validation
To confirm, legalize, or prove the accuracy of something.
200
What is DEARMAN
An acronym in the Interpersonal Effectiveness DBT skills. This skill teaches you how to ask for something from someone while still maintaining a good relationship with that person. It's also a skill that can help you resolve conflicts and effectively say no when you need to.
300
What is Loss
What the L stands for in SELF
300
What is Disassociation
A lack of connection between thoughts, memories, surroundings, actions, and identity.
300
What is Interpersonal Effectiveness
In this DBT skills category you will find the skills:
300
What is active listening
Fully concentrating on what is being said rather than just passively 'hearing' the message of the speaker.
300
What is square breathing
A type of breath-work that can shift your energy, connect you more deeply with your body, calm your nervous system, and decrease stress in your body.
400
What is Future
What the F stands for in SELF
400
What is Coping skills
These help you tolerate, minimize, and deal with stressful situations in life. Managing your stress well can help you feel better physically and psychologically
400
What is Mindfulness
In this DBT skills category you will find the skills:
400
What is having a plan B conversation/ making a plan
Usually involves reflective listening and clarifying questions, gathering information related to the who, what, where, and when of the unsolved problem, and asking the kids what they're thinking in the midst of the unsolved problems and why the problem occurs under some conditions and not others.
400
What is fidgit
Self-regulation tools to help with focus, attention, calming, and active listening.
500
What is Fight, Flight and Freeze
The 3 fear responses related to safety are:
500
What is Cognitive Distortion/ Thinking Error
These are habitual ways of thinking that are often inaccurate and negatively biased.
500
What is Radical Acceptance
This DBT skill is when you stop fighting reality, stop responding with impulsive or destructive behaviors when things aren't going the way you want them to, and let go of bitterness that may be keeping you trapped in a cycle of suffering.
500
What is collaborative problem solving
Is an evidence-based model based on neurobiological research. It allows caregivers and professionals to address challenging youth behaviors through empowerment, empathy, and mutual solving of the shared problems that tend to cause behaviors.
500
What is Group Therapy
A form of psychotherapy in which a group of client meet to describe and discuss their problems together, or learn new skills with a therapist.




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