Therapists reported assimilating aspects of DBT into their non-DBT individual psychotherapy, particularly the skills training, which was used by nearly 90% of therapists in the study. Those with a non-cognitive-behavioral theoretical orientation were even more likely than those with a cognitive-behavioral orientation to introduce the mindfulness skills taught in DBT into their non-DBT work.Lastly, researchers should continue to examine the types of clients who maintain their gains following DBT, in addition to ... One of the major modifications to the DBT manual was that the individual psychotherapy and group therapy foranbsp;...
|Title||:||Use of DBT with Various Clinical Populations: A Survey Study of Clinical Practice|
|Author||:||Kimberly Epstein DiGiorgio|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|