Conclusion

This chapter introduced DBT as an empirically supported treatment for those clients who have multiple, severe disorders. The treatment is multifaceted and involves five modes to address the functions needed to help suicidal clients. The chapter described the theory of dialectics and its place in the treatment. It is predominantly dialectics, the balancing of acceptance and change, which sets the treatment apart from other cognitive-behavioural treatments. Dialectical behaviour treatment is relatively new - its first study was published in 1993. More study is needed to analyse what makes DBT effective and to further determine its efficacy. Modifications have been created and studied and more are currently being researched. However, at this point, DBT is a treatment worthy of consideration for severely disordered populations.

Exploring EFT

Exploring EFT

EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Technique. It works to free the user of both physical and emotional pain and relieve chronic conditions by healing the physical responses our bodies make after we've been hurt or experienced pain. While some people do not carry the effects of these experiences, others have bodies that hold onto these memories, which affect the way the body works. Because it is a free and fast technique, even if you are not one hundred percent committed to whether it works or not, it is still worth giving it a shot and seeing if there is any improvement.

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