This workbook offers 50 worksheets that will help clients learn strategies to manage their emotions in constructive ways, instead of turning to overeating, alcohol abuse, practicing unsafe sex, overspending, lashing out in anger, or other harmful behaviors.
The worksheets complement the content you and your clients cover during your appointment, by providing homework for them to do between sessions.
This workbook is divided into techniques covering each of the four DBT skills: mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. Each worksheet is written specifically for clients, in a manner that is practical, user-friendly, and easy to understand. While no single worksheet is effective for everyone, we are confident each client will discover techniques that inspire change.
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About the Authors
Elyse Pipitone, LCSW, is a writer, editor, and clinical social worker. She has worked with
populations including low-income families at risk of homelessness and individuals facing opiate addiction. She has served as a volunteer career coach to members of the National Association of Social Workers’ Massachusetts chapter since 2011. Ms. Pipitone holds a bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University and an MSW from the Simmons University School of Social Work. She is a licensed clinical social worker.
Angela M. Doel, MS, is a writer and director of operations at Between Sessions Resources. She has served in various clinical supervisory positions and worked as a family therapist. Ms. Doel holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Toledo and earned her MS in Counseling Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. She holds an advanced certificate in nutritional counseling, and her areas of specialization are health education and eating disorders.