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Chapter 27. Theory and Practice of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Joan Wheelis, M.D.
DOI: 10.1176/appi.books.9781585623648.376763

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The development of a new psychotherapeutic venue defines a clinical problem, a theory of its etiology, and the process and means to change it. Within the climate of managed care and the emphasis on evidence-based treatment, the expectations of clinicians, patients, and insurers alike are increasingly influenced by research efforts to define effective treatment to maximize change.

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Table 27–1. Stage 1 targets (for severe behavioral dyscontrol) in dialectical behavioral therapy
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Table 27–2. Secondary behavioral targets in dialectical behavioral therapy
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Table 27–3. Patient agreements in dialectical behavioral therapy
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Table 27–4. Therapist agreements in dialectical behavioral therapy
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Table 27–5. Levels of therapist validation in dialectical behavioral therapy
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Table 27–6. Reasons for hospitalization in dialectical behavioral therapy

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