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Emotion Regulation in ST and DBT

Inside Out

Emotion Regulation in ST and DBT

The article explores ways in which both Schema Therapy (Jeffery Young) and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (Marshall Linehan) target emotion dysregulation present in Borderline Personality Disorder and other forms of psychopathology. Useful for informing therapy and treatment based decisions.

 


 

Emotion Regulation in Schema Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy
by Eva Fassbinder, Ulrich Schweiger, Desiree Martius, Odette Brand-de Wilde and Arnoud Arntz
Published 14 September 2016, Frontiers in Psychology

The article explores ways in which both Schema Therapy (Jeffery Young) and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (Marshall Linehan) target emotion dysregulation present in Borderline Personality Disorder and other forms of psychopathology. Useful for informing therapy and treatment based decisions.

 

 

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Fassbinder E, Schweiger U, Martius D, Brand-de Wilde O and Arntz A (2016) Emotion Regulation in Schema Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Front. Psychol. 7:1373. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01373

For further readings and/or self-help workbooks:

DBT Workbook
Schema Therapy Self Help

 

Schema Therapy
Practitioner’s Guide
Introductory Chapter to Schema Therapy

Schema Therapy

Introductory Chapter to Schema Therapy

Schema therapy is an innovative, integrative therapy developed by Young and colleagues (Young, 1990, 1999) that significantly expands on traditional cognitive-behavioral treatments and concepts. The therapy blends elements from cognitive-behavioral, attachment, Gestalt, object relations, constructivist, and psychoanalytic schools into a rich, unifying conceptual and treatment model.

 


 

Book by Janet S. Klosko, Jeffrey Young, and Marjorie E. Weishaar

Schema Therapy: A Practitioner’s Guide
https://www.guilford.com/excerpts/young.pdf

 
 
 
 
 
 

Schema therapy is an innovative, integrative therapy developed by Young and colleagues (Young, 1990, 1999) that significantly expands on traditional cognitive-behavioral treatments and concepts. The therapy blends elements from cognitive-behavioral, attachment, Gestalt, object relations, constructivist, and psychoanalytic schools into a rich, unifying conceptual and treatment model.

Schema therapy provides a new system of psychotherapy that is especially well suited to patients with entrenched, chronic psychological disorders who have heretofore been considered difficult to treat. In our clinical experience, patients with full-blown personality disorders, as well as those with significant characterological issues that underlie their Axis I dis- orders, typically respond extremely well to schema-focused treatment (sometimes in combination with other treatment approaches).

Guidebook For Caregivers of Persons With Mental Illness

Guidebook

Guidebook For Caregivers of Persons With Mental Illness

This Guidebook is specially written for caregivers and families looking after persons with mental illness in Singapore.

It hopes to serve as an introductory guide for new caregivers, while at the same time allowing experienced caregivers to have an up-to-date reference on the types of assistance and services available in Singapore.

 


  

by Caregivers’ Association of the Mentally Ill (CAMI)

58 pages / 4 chapters

“This Guidebook is specially written for caregivers and families looking after persons with mental illness in Singapore.

It hopes to serve as an introductory guide for new caregivers, while at the same time allowing experienced caregivers to have an up-to-date reference on the types of assistance and services available in Singapore. Caregivers, doctors, and rehabilitation professionals have contributed their valuable experience and knowledge towards the publication of this guidebook.

While this guidebook is not intended to be a substitute for formal caregiver training, we hope that it will inspire our readers to attend more structured courses.”

 


 

Contributed by Claire

 


 

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Cutting: Understanding and Overcoming Self-Mutilation

Understanding

Cutting: Understanding and Overcoming Self-Mutilation

A fact sheet about self-harm with a strong focus on cutting.

 


 

by Levenkron, S.

5 pages

A fact sheet about self-harm with a strong focus on cutting. Amongst others, this looks at the why‘s and how‘s of self-harm, characteristics of a self-harmer, parental behaviour that influence self-harm, and what parents can do to help their children overcome self-harm.

 


 

Contributed by Wren

 


 

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