M1
Observing
Start developing your mindfulness skills by observing a single object.
M2
Mental Body Scan
Learn to relax your body and strengthen your mind-body connection.
M3
Internal vs. External
Is your orientation toward internal or external events? Create balance.
M4
Describe Your Emotions
Delve into the emotions you experience and the associated actions and thoughts.
M5
Mental Noting
Mental noting helps you become more aware of your thoughts and emotions.
M6
Thought Defusion
Create space between you and unproductive thoughts and emotions.
M7
Mindful Breathing
Calm your mind when you are feeling anxious or uncomfortable.
M8
Wise Mind
Make decisions that balance your rational and emotional mind.
M9
Negative Judgments
Become aware of automatic and unproductive negative judgments.
M10
Letting Go of Judgments
Reduce the impact of unwanted judgments on your thoughts.

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  1. I just found this website while looking for some resources for a client who prefers video/audio options vs. written materials. Holy smokes! I am so grateful that these videos and handouts have been made freely available. Wonderful resource. THANK YOU!

  2. I am SO happy I just found this website.
    I’ve tried to find something like this for many years. I could never find anything and always wanted to start something up myself but never found the motivation. DBT is one of the reasons I am still here today. I’m excited to share this with everyone I know.

  3. My wife is displaying terribly disturbing behavior. She is convinced that Hallucinations of morbid acts are actually happening and exhibiting EXTREME paranoia. She was diagnosed bipolar in 2015 but hasn’t taken her medicine in years. She is becoming a danger to herself & others. I am scared for her

    ADMIN – Hi Brannan,

    You should seek care for her from a local mental health professional.

  4. Wow I am so glad I found this website! I am a therapist who is working virtually and have found this website so great for helping my clients review skills in between sessions.

  5. I have been using this for patients/worksheet. This has been a phenomenal website: clear/organized and free. thank you for creating this. Clinician to Clinician you rock!!

  6. I’ve been doing a DBT group therapy already and this website is helping to clear up some confusion and give additional support as I’m learning the skills. Distress Tolerance! whoo!

    ADMIN – Whoo!

  7. I shared the worksheets with some of my clients. They are ever so grateful. I say all praise to you guys for providing this amazing resource. Thank you.

  8. Brilliant!!! Whoever came up with this. Am very grateful to find and be part of this community. It is very helpful in many ways to help with our everyday struggles,-M.W.ILLIAM

  9. Hello! I am a therapist but I have No training in DBT , this website is so informative and clear, would it be ok to put a link to your site on mine ? Let me know if that’s possible . Thanks so much!

  10. My trauma therapist found this website for me.
    While waiting for DBT Therapy to open up and working on my own in workbooks this is very helpful to gain more understanding and guidance. Appreciate you sharing this with public free.
    Thank you!

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