전문가를 위한 DBT 다이어렉티컬 행동치료 제2판

Dr. Linehan’s 『DBT Dilaectical Skills Training Manul 2nd Ed.』, and 『DBT Dilaectical Skills Training Workbook 2nd Ed.』are supportive materials for clinicians and clients who are going through DBT treatment, as they explore 25 years worth of research.

 

Alongside with these two books, there is 『DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents』written by Dr. Linehan and Dr. Miller, which aims to guide individuals with emotion dysregultion, behavioral difficulties, borderline personality disorder, and suicidal ideation. 

 

DBT Skills Training Manual 2nd Ed. I Dr. Marsha Linehan I Translated by Dr. Yongbum Cho I The Tree Group I Published in October 2018

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[ALC] “I Can” Series #2 – I Can Spell without Making Mistakes

Students who experienced academic struggles due to unclear acquisition of alphabets when first learning English as their first or second language joined the psycho-educational programs at our School of Life – Active Learning Center. Younger children especially get easily confused by certain alphabets that look similar to one another, or misspell words due to the sound vs. spelling irregularities in the English language. They lose confidence due to uncertainty in spelling and as they get older, naturally lose interest in learning altogether. However, simply having them memorize spellings will only reduce their motivation to learn, which results in ignoring psycho-educational methods suitable for each child.  

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Students who experienced academic struggles due to unclear acquisition of alphabets when first learning English as their first or second language joined the psycho-educational programs at our School of Life – Active Learning Center. Younger children especially get easily confused by certain alphabets that look similar to one another, or misspell words due to the sound vs. spelling irregularities in the English language. They lose confidence due to uncertainty in spelling and as they get older, naturally lose interest in learning altogether. However, simply having them memorize spellings will only reduce their motivation to learn, which results in ignoring psycho-educational methods suitable for each child.  

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I felt hopeless and lethargic when I first visited the tree Group. I gave myself a hard time by concluding in advance that I couldn’t do anything on my own. Although I wanted to meet people and catch up, I was afraid. I disconnected myself from others, couldn’t keep up with my work, and was depressed.

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