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Product Details
Format:
Book - Soft Cover
Length:
278 pages
Dimensions:
8.5' x 11'
Authors:
LANE PEDERSON, PSY.D, LP
CORTNEY PEDERSON, MSW, LICSW
Publisher:
PESI Publishing & Media
Copyright:
2/1/2017
CE Available:
No, CE credit is not available
Product Code:
PUB084840
ISBN:
9781683730460

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Author

LANE PEDERSON, PSY.D, LP

Dr. Lane Pederson is an award-winning author who has provided DBT training to over 20,000 therapists across the world through his company Lane Pederson and Associates. He also owns Mental Health Systems, PC (MHS), which is one of the largest DBT-specialized practices in the United States, and he co-owns Acacia Therapy and Health Training in South Africa. Dr. Pederson uses his DBT skills every day, with some days being more effective than others.
Lane Pederson is not affiliated or associated with Marsha M. Linehan, PhD, ABPP, or her organization.

CORTNEY PEDERSON, MSW, LICSW

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Reviews
'How do you make the best book about DBT by its most gifted trainers even better? You find ways to include more great ideas and pragmatic skills while making it even more accessible and immediately applicable'
Barry Duncan, PsyD, Author of On Becoming a Better Therapist and developer of the Partners for Change Outcome Management System
'The second edition is easy to understand, practical, and a welcome addition to anyone's library -- therapist or layperson. The manual presents the skills in a way that is self-explanatory, rather than requiring a trained professional to wade through pages of clinical jargon. Once again, Lane irreverently refusing to tiptoe through proprietary minefields in order to make DBT more accessible to everyone.'
Stephanie Vaughn, PsyD, Clinical psychologist and DBT-Linehan Board of Certification, Certified Clinician
'Marsha Linehan developed DBT. And Lane Pederson has expanded it! Many practitioners have knowledge of evidence-based practice, but few have the ability to translate that knowledge into practical, real-world tools that can truly help give struggling individuals a life worth living. Unlike the many books that go unused on your shelf, this companion is a daily 'go-to' resource for any practice treating emotionally dysregulated clients. Dr. Pederson is a true leader in the field and his second edition has outdone his first!'
Jeff Riggenbach, PhD, LPC, Author, The CBT Toolbox: A Guide for Clients & Clinicians and The BPD Toolbox: An Evidence-Based Guide for Regulating Emotions
'This manual is the most thorough, up-to-date, and valuable resource for clinicians who use DBT. Now spiral-bound, it's easy and convenient to make copies for both individuals and groups. And the inclusion of strategies for using social media is brilliant,especially for those working with adolescents and young adults. It's becoming more and more evident that DBT skills are life skills, and this manual provides all the necessary tools. A most beneficial book.'
Linda A. Curran, BCPC, LPC, CACD, CCPD Author of bestselling 101 Trauma-Informed Intervention
'Dr. Pederson has provided therapists and clients with a very thorough, expansive and easy to understand explanation of the skills clients need to learn to regulate their emotions and live a full and satisfying life. Pederson is able to explain concepts in new ways that bring additional clarity even to seasoned DBT therapists and trainers. The addition of modules on addiction and social media, as well as skills to learn behaviors that enhance anyone’s life (such as problem solving, making friends or developing routines) make this book unique and indispensable for any therapist, for all clients and even for family members. I wholeheartedly recommend it and look forward to using its concepts and skills in my own work with clients.'
Pat Harvey, ACSW, LCSW-C, DBT trainer and therapist, co-author of Parenting a Child Who Has Intense Emotions, Dialectical Behavior Therapy for At-Risk Adolescents and Parenting a Teen Who Has Intense Emotions
'An abundance of fresh, practical and reproducible tools for healthier emotions and stronger resilience. The second edition updates and expands the knowledge, research and skills so greatly needed by mental health professionals and those who depend upon us to deliver the most accessible, effective and well-proven treatments possible.'
Henry Emmons, MD Author of The Chemistry of Joy and The Chemistry of Calm
'There are many books and resources about DBT, but Pederson’s second edition rises above as an essential. His strategies have been proven in more than a decade of successful clinical practice, and this new book makes his important work accessible to all.'
Cathy Moonshine, PhD, MSCP, MAC, CADC III, Author of Acquiring Competency and Achieving Proficiency with DBT, Volume I & II
'Dr. Pederson's second edition is a must-have book for both clinicians and clients. As a leader in 'Second-wave DBT,' Dr. Pederson continues to generate amazing and accessible content. This book provides new perspectives on the classic skill modules by expanding explanations and introducing new examples and handouts. One of the most exciting aspects of this book is the expansion of six other skill modules: Dialectics, Cognitive Modification, Problem-Solving, Addictions, Building a Satisfying Life, and Social Media. The new modules help clinicians and clients address their real world struggles by providing meaningful content and fresh ideas. I strongly encourage you to add this book to your desktop collection of works. I have been working with DBT theory, skills, and concepts since the 1990s with thousands of clients and this work will be immediately integrated into my training and practice.'
Mark Carlson, PsyD, LP Founder & CEO of Mental Health Systems, specializing in DBT treatment
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A team cannot be expected to perform well right from the time it is formed. Forming a team is just like maintaining a relationship. It takes time, patience, requires support, efforts and members often go through recognizable stages as they change from being a collection of strangers to a united group with common goals.

Bruce Tuckman presented a model of five stages Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing in order to develop as a group.

Orientation (Forming Stage)

The first stage of group development is the forming stage. This stage presents a time where the group is just starting to come together and is described with anxiety and uncertainty.

Members are discreet with their behavior, which is driven by their desire to be accepted by all members of the group. Nuvoton. Conflict, controversy, misunderstanding and personal opinions are avoided even though members are starting to form impressions of each other and gain an understanding of what the group will do together.

Typical consequences of the forming stage include achieving an understanding of the group's purpose, determining how the team is going to be organized and who will be responsible for what, discussion of major milestones or phases of the group's goal that includes a rough project schedule, outlining general group rules that includes when they will meet and discovery of what resources will be available for the group to use.

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At this stage, group members are learning what to do, how the group is going to operate, what is expected, and what is acceptable.

Power Struggle (Storming Stage)

The second stage of group development is the storming stage. The storming stage is where dispute and competition are at its greatest because now group members have an understanding of the work and a general feel of belongingness towards the group as well as the group members.

This is the stage where the dominating group members emerge, while the less confrontational members stay in their comfort zone.

Questions around leadership, authority, rules, policies, norms, responsibilities, structure, evaluation criteria and reward systems tend to arise during the storming stage. Such questions need to be answered so that the group can move further on to the next stage.

Cooperation and Integration (Norming Stage)

In this stage, the group becomes fun and enjoyable. Group interaction are lot more easier, more cooperative, and productive, with weighed give and take, open communication, bonding, and mutual respect.

If there is a dispute or disruption, it’s comparatively easy to be resolved and the group gets back on track.

Group leadership is very important, but the facilitator can step back a little and let group members take the initiative and move forward together.

Synergy (Performing Stage)

Once a group is clear about its needs, it can move forward to the third stage of group development, the norming stage. This is the time where the group becomes really united.

At this stage, the morale is high as group members actively acknowledge the talents, skills and experience that each member brings to the group. A sense of belongingness is established and the group remains focused on the group's purpose and goal.

Members are flexible, interdependent, and trust each other. Leadership is distributive and members are willing to adapt according to the needs of the group.

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Closure (Adjourning Stage)

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This stage of a group can be confusing and is usually reached when the task is successfully completed. At this stage, the project is coming to an end and the team members are moving off in different directions.

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This stage looks at the team from the perspective of the well-being of the team instead of the perspective of handling a team through the original four stages of team growth.