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December 6, 2020

Dialectical Agreements

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1. Fox, T. (1998). Integrating dialect behavioural therapy into a community mental health program. Psychiatric Ward, 49 (10), 1338-1340. 6. Error agreement: we agree in advance that we are all fallible and that we make mistakes. We agree that we have probably done everything we are accused of or have done part of it in order to be able to adopt a defensive attitude to prove our virtue or competence. Since we are fallible, there is a consensus that we will inevitably violate all these agreements, and once that is done, we will rely on each other to emphasize polarity and move on to a synthesis. 7. Koons, C.R., Robins, C.J., Tweed, J.L., Lynch, T.R., Gonzalez, A.M., Morse, J.Q., Bishop, G.K., Butterfield, M.I., Bastian, L.A.

(2001). Effectiveness of dialectical behavioral therapy in veterans with borderline personality disorder. Behavioural Therapy, 32 (2), 371-390. When two team members are polarized, it is difficult to step back and see the truth from the other`s point of view. Having multiple team members to draw attention to polarization and help create a dialectical synthesis between the two positions is essential for a well-functioning consulting team. Has. The dialectic of teenagers. Miller, A.L., Rathus, J.H. (2002). Young dialectical dilemmas. Behavioral Tech, L.L.C.b.

Katz, L.Y., Gunasekara, S., Cox, B.J., Miller, A.L. (2004). The feasibility of dialectical behavioral therapy for adolescent hospitalized parasuicidal patients. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 43, 276-282. 1. To keep the team`s chords, above all stay compassionate, attentive and dialectical. 1. Dialectic agreement: We agree to accept a dialectical philosophy: there is no absolute truth (and it is also not true).

If we are caught between two opposing opinions, we agree to seek the truth in both positions and seek a synthesis by asking questions such as: “What is omitted?” 2. Trupin, E.W., Stewart, D.G., Beach B., Boesky, L. (2002). Effectiveness of a dialectical behavioural therapy program for incarcerated young offenders. Child and Juvenile Psychiatry, 7, 121-127. 15. To repair with the team in one way or another if team meetings are missed. 16.

Continue, even if you are exhausted, frustrated, tired, overwhelmed, underestimated, desperate, ineffective (of course more easily engaged than done). □ The team meeting involved a balance between acceptance and change styles.6 To be willing to give clinical advice to people who have more experience than you (especially when it`s hard to imagine that you are able to offer something useful). DBT-LBC certification requires ongoing participation in a DBT orientation team. The counselling team is often referred to as “therapist therapy.” The role of the team is to help the therapist think clearly about how the patient, relationships and behavioral changes can be conceived in DBT theories, and how treatment can be skillfully applied. (Linehan, 1993, 428). The team also helps each member maintain balanced attitudes and behaviours towards clients, and members act as cheerleaders to maintain each member`s motivation. . 10. Call “the elephant in the room” when others ignore or do not see the elephant. 1.

Sunseri, P.A. (2004). Preliminary results on the use of dialectical behavioural therapy to reduce hospitalization in home care adolescents (non-RTC).

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