Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills Training to Improve Turkish College Students’ Psychological Well-Being: A Pilot Feasibility Study

  title={Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills Training to Improve Turkish College Students’ Psychological Well-Being: A Pilot Feasibility Study},
  author={Ayse Meltem {\"U}st{\"u}ndağ-Budak and Ezgi {\"O}zeke-Kocabaş and Andre Ivanoff},
  journal={International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling},
The primary objective of this pilot study was to consider the feasibility of whether Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) skills training could improve Turkish college students’ psychological well-being by equipping them with effective skills. The study examined the use of DBT skills training with sophomore and junior Turkish college students self-identifying with adjustment-related issues (settling and transition). Participants attended an initial 8-week skills program combined with 12-weeks… 
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